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Ensuring Water Safety, Security, and Sustainability
Prof. Dr. Ashok Vaseashta, Executive Director of Research for the International Clean Water Institute in Virginia, United States, presented his views on Water Safety, Security, and Sustainability on Risk Roundup. Need For Water Safety, Security, and Sustainability Clean water supplies are becoming unsustainable, unsecure, and unsafe. While the availability of clean, fresh water is crucial […]
The Science Of Fear: Fight Or Flight
Prof. John S. Torday, a Developmental Physiologist from UCLA, participates in Risk Roundup to discuss the “Science of Fear: Fight and Flight.” The Science of Fear: Fight or Flight It is not just the United States; across nations, people are more afraid than ever before. The growing fear has many reasons. For instance, human security […]
Food Industry Trends Beyond 2020
Dr. O. Shawn Cupp, a professor at the U.S. Army with broad research interests in security and defense support to civil authorities (DSCA) military operations based in the United States, participates in Risk Roundup to discuss Food Industry Trends Beyond 2020. Food Industry Trends Beyond 2020 The year 2020 has brought us enormous, complex challenges. It has been an uncertain and highly stressful year for everyone across nations. […]
The Science Of Human Behavior
Prof. John S. Torday, a Developmental Physiologist from UCLA with a strong interest in How and Why Physiology has Evolved, participate in Risk Roundup to discuss the Science of Human Behavior. Science of Human Behavior Irrespective of cyberspace, aquaspace, geospace, space, or quantum space, human behavior can be the most significant security risk. Today, as […]
Implications of Quantum Cybersecurity
Dr. Vikram Sharma, Founder and CEO of Quintessence labs based in Australia, participate in Risk Roundup to discuss the “Implications of Quantum Cybersecurity.” The Implications of Quantum Cybersecurity Over the years, encryption has become a constant in our daily life. While it has become an indispensable part of modern life, security in cyberspace is still […]
COVID-19 Pandemic: Efficiency Versus Resilience
Moshe Y. Vardi, a George Distinguished Service Professor in Computational Engineering and Director of the Ken Kennedy Institute for Information Technology at Rice University based in the United States, participates in Risk Roundup to discuss the Lessons from COVID-19 Pandemic: Efficiency Versus Resilience. Lessons From COVID-19: Efficiency Versus Resilience The COVID-19 outbreak reminds us of […]
Very insightful. Please keep it up
Take a pass
Host’s knowledge and expertise is greatly overinflated. She is almost combative at times with guests. Podcast is not high quality.