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"michael coats" Discussed on Power 106 FM
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"michael coats" Discussed on Down the Security Rabbithole Podcast
"Any other another number of SAS applications and really quickly people start sharing things in ways, you don't intend share over to their personal Email account, typo it and share with the wrong person. Or maybe they open it up by linked to the whole world through personal experience. I found that's really hard to wrap your hands around. How do you understand when those critical doctor at risk? And then how do you have a single place to remediate those issues and ultimately set technical policy to prevent them from happening through through personal trials and tribulations. This is the solution. I wanted I couldn't find it. So I said, you know, what put my money where my mouth isn't go build it. So it's been a lot of fun. So far as awesome, cool pay. Thanks for van the show. Thanks for joining us. Episode three forty two. All right. Well, let's see if we can get you back before we hit four hundred or something. All right awesome. Thanks, guys. Thanks for listening. Folks. This has been episode three forty two is Michael coats. And we've we've kind of covered some interesting topics as always be show notes. James, thanks for riding along, buddy. Always happy to be here. Raff as we March on towards three fifty and Finnegan beyond to quote buzz light year. All right folks for listening. This has been down to secure evid whole podcast. We'll catch you another time. Another place another down skewed you ever hold podcast Jau. On another down this security ribbon whole episode. We'd like to encourage you chat with our and guests using bidder. Hashtag pound. Our please check out the show catch up on episodes EBay of miss and subscribe this. Few or website is white rabbit dot net. One two three or a BVI T dot net. So on behalf of James, good bucks. We'll see you on another down this security.
"michael coats" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Something to change the narrative about the rabid left turn of not the hurricane but of their own party. So Donald Trump goes to a rally because tens of thousands of people were waiting, and there was nothing. He was going to be able to do at this moment that wasn't being done to help the people in the panhandle. And as you can see from the comments from Rick, Scott, Marco Rubio and Rhonda Santa's they were getting all the help they needed. And then some and the preparedness on the part of a Florida was just it's amazing. And it's and it's a horrible thing to see this flood coming in in the aftermath of hurricane Michael coat about a lot worse. But. It's still bad. I mean, the fact that this storm actually moved in the direction that it did by twelve miles it hits the air force base. Didn't hit the residential area as it could have. I mean, this could have been as bad as it looks. This could have been just heart wrenching loss of life. So we're going to find out more about this as the day goes on as daylight hits the panhandle, and you're able to see just how much damage was done the strongest hurricane to hit the panhandle apparently ever. But again the area in which it hit was not where they thought it was initially gonna hit on in Panama, Panama beach area. So we thank God for that. But still huge amount of damage was done. So do you think Donald Trump doesn't care? And that's why he went to do this rally in Pennsylvania like he didn't care. By the way, the Democrats didn't care when when we lost in American ambassador in Benghazi Christopher Stevens after the attack on an American compound in Libya where we had four dead, including the ambassador and President Obama doesn't aknowledge that it's terrorism clearly clearly acknowledged any flew off to the south west to do an event. Now, it's good for the goose again. But it just doesn't even compare. This is a horrible thing a natural disaster. But the president was getting all the help to the region that was needed. And so the Democrats trying to make this big story today. I just don't think people buy it. You want the president focused down on the storm. That's happening. What is he gonna do FEMA chief you want in talking to people on the ground? You want him talking to the governor's? I can tell you is that Bush wasn't going.
"michael coats" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Yeah you know i don't know what the justification was in this case but anything short literally of of mr cohen like stoking kindling fire with the evidence that he supposedly has would know the answer is no because it seems to me there's a very it's a very weird thing between just because you're an attorney commit a crime right right it's carte blanche to commit a crime or cover up a crime yet they're still very sacred helping of attorney client privilege yeah i mean look i don't know what what mr cohen did or didn't do but look there are there are better ways to get this information and the us attorney's manual is very clear that this is the action of last resort you can you can do a subpoena you can maybe get the records as you know we're not talking about a drug dealer flushing a bag of coke down the toilet here we're talking about records rod kendall carl brizzi talk a little bit about the the situation evolving michael coat lawyer for president donald trump now they say we're going after business dealings that seems very vague to me shouldn't they have had to reveal to mr trump or anyone else who is a client of mr cohen what exactly that they're looking for because there's a lot of stuff via a client mr cohen that i'm a little worried going i don't maybe want them looking at that even if it's nothing bad as it's why stop and you're not entitled to well and that's so they put those clients really in a trick bag because cohen and his lawyer said hey mr cohen represents other people and you guys ought not be able to go through this legal fishing of having your separate lawyers look at the documents and then the judge who are those clients well now if i'm a client i'm like i don't want the judge to no i'm your client you know i i have no business in any of this stuff and obviously sarah on hannity got roped in ankles i'm not a client but i asked him advice that it ended up now you're telling me on the carl brizzi live podcast which you can find it karl rove live dot com once.
"michael coats" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Attack at the news conference at city hall i asked the ceo of secure works michael coat does he know who is behind the hack yes mayor bottom says because this is a situation and money is being demanded who's behind this remains a well guarded secret we've seen them attack cities we've seen them attack hospitals i mean who can understand why anybody does what they do at city hall robin will ski wsb facebook here's facing legal pressure for allowing its user data to be misused for political purposes in a new letter sent to facebook ceo mark zuckerberg over three dozen attorneys general from across the country demand answers regarding what facebook knew and didn't know about what cambridge analytica was allegedly doing with user data california attorney general heavier sarah specifically is demanding that facebook handover information about safeguards in place to protect user privacy zuckerberg has apologized promising changes are being put in place alex stone abc news breaking news i this is w sp twenty four hour continuing news opposition is mounting against a bill that could affect voting times in georgia's upcoming primary elections henderson with common cause georgia says the bill preempts local control it requires county elections offices hold early voting on the third saturday or sunday but not both counties to decide for themselves we've had this law in place it's twenty ten why are we trying to roll it back now in a huge election year the bill also closes the polls and our earlier in the city of atlanta from eight to seven pm the bills awaiting a vote in the full house from the state capital sandra parrish wsb georgia state patrol investigates deadly team driving crash in clayton county it was senior skip day at community christian school in.
"michael coats" Discussed on KGO 810
"From the city that changed the world this is cagey oh san francisco oakland san jose the next generation of k g o eighteen a cumulus station now on the listen on alexa opened the cagey oh eight ten skill good afternoon i'm nikki medoro and another shakeup at the white house president trump replays national security advisor hr mcmaster with john bolton a former us ambassador to the united nations trump has repeatedly clashed with mcmaster a respected three star general his departure follows trump's dramatic ouster of secretary of state rex tillerson last week investors reacted negatively today after president trump launched a trade crackdown on china correspondent cristina lsu reports the dow fell more than seven hundred point it's pure fear that administration has unleashed the mother of all trade wars announcing tariffs on china this of course is sparking fear of retaliation from china which holds a large portion of us debt white house officials say they will try to minimize any price increases for american shoppers facebook's chief operating officer says the company is taking steps to be more transparent about how it's data gets used and misused sheryl sandberg echoed ceo mark zuckerberg statement that the cambridge analytica incident was a huge breach of trust sandberg admits that scandals like this will probably lead to some kind of regulation of influential tech companies and facebook's out the only social media company dealing with data's data security here's keijo tens of middleton still reeling data manipulation scandal that broke about a week ago one that ceo mark zuckerberg calls a breach of trust fall out from fake news on social media though is not just contained to facebook this week twitter is also dancing twitter's chief information security officer is leaving the company michael coats who joined the company in january twenty fifteen is quitting to start his own company that's from the verge dot com coats oversaw the protection of data on the platform period twitter has been under increased scrutiny after foreign powers fakes trolls and bots have run rampant on the platform is even prompted twitter ceo jack dorsey to solicit outside help coaches exit comes shortly after news reports that facebook's chief security officer alex stamos is also planning.
"michael coats" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Of course it's your point this is making me look bad these are things that have to stop we have to stop you have to stop doing this i want to let this marinate forbid so if you ever say good i if you ever say congrats at an eighth grade graduation be the agent of change how do you stop that right now how do you feel about people congratulating fans on their team's winning championships to hold it well here here's this one the astros won when the astros won the world series i said i'm happy for you right and i appreciate it because i knew you weren't i feel and and again i'm making this bigger than it is because so let's make a big it's our show i felt uncomfortable when people say i'm best the world series i'm like i mean i didn't have any official at bats so but where you're involved is in the history of the astros are still looking at the astrodome it hot and they can't seem to find the spot continuing insistence that i stole home plate for wanted all the home plate snouts the lineage of the team and they're missing the astrodome home plate but i i don't know where it is not talking about all i know is his time for the city national bank business prasad eighth grade graduation fall out from fake news on social media though is not just contained to facebook this week twitter is also dancing twitter's chief information security officer is leaving the company michael coats who joined the company in january twenty fifteen is quitting to start his own company that's from the verge.
"michael coats" Discussed on KGO 810
"It's been closed some minor flooding over shell bills noma area no we're good at age santa rosa kogan creek which is south central county it's running pretty full and then we have a a small slide in some flooding on adobe canyon road which is cut it down to one lane a flash flood warning for cinema county has expired and the rain is becoming more scattered remain seen some pictures on twitter of blue sky and parts of cinema fallout from fake news i'm social media is not just contained to facebook this week jason middleton explains facebook is still reeling from a data manipulation scandal one that broke about a week ago and one that ceo mark zuckerberg calls a breach of trust but twitter is also dancing when it comes to data security twitter's chief information security officer is leaving the company michael coats who joined the company in january twenty fifteen is quitting to start his own company this is according to the verge dot com coats oversaw the protection of data on the platform period twitter has been under increased scrutiny after foreign powers fakes trolls and bots have run rampant on the platform it has even prompted twitter ceo jack dorsey to solicit outside help and advice coaches exit comes shortly after news reports that facebook's chief security officer alex stamos is also planning to leave that company stay most reportedly advocated facebook be more transparent about russia's usage of the platform i'm jason middleton ethan bearman will be going indepth with jason later this hour youtube has banned videos that provide instructions on how to make a firearm ammunition high capacity magazines and accessories such as bump stocks silencers youtube also prohibits content about the sale of guns or firearms.
"michael coats" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Is that you know the government clamped down on who companies do business with so you know never mind the cost of doing business there's just the simple reality of doing business which is part of the knicks as well well one thing that i find kind of curious is that just going back to facebook for a second because we spent pretty much three days straight talking about them and their decline in their shares initially it was being made as a fullon tech story that this indicates a tipping point at which point we're gonna see more regulatory action from major governments then it became a facebook specific story are we shifting back to a narrative where we're gonna see more potential regulation from around the world not just the us but europe also which has been much more aggressive with this at least in talk i'm looking at twitter shares they are down today after rebounding a little bit they're down three point four percent is a significant significant to the extent that the person who was in charge of the whole data protection side of twitter is leaving the company name is michael coats that's when people familiar with the matter told us anyway twitter declined to comment on at least yesterday we reported this out but the idea of people's data being restricted in that sense i mean that's that's the issue that facebook's back and forth kind of brings front and center here so you know the idea that the person who's in charge of making sure the data doesn't wander off and gets used in ways that you know twitter's users might not like that you can understand why that stock is falling again although i should point out that alphabet the parent of google also down today by a little more than one point four percent so we are seeing declines across the board which explains why the nasdaq is underperforming but dave wilson bloomberg stocks editor we're going to check back in with you next hour and we always look forward to it dave wilson bloomberg stocks editor columnist and blogger at mlive go on the bloomberg right now it's nine to one studios in washington dc nathan hager is there with world.
"michael coats" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The coin the other side is you'll these companies like the airlines and china basically told by the government you're not going to buy boeing planes there isn't much they can necessarily do about it so that's i suppose the ultimate risk in any trade dispute is that you know the government clamped down on who companies do business with so never mind the cost of doing business there's just the simple reality of doing business which is part of the mixes well one thing that i find kind of curious is that i just going back to facebook for a second because we spent pretty much three days straight talking about them and their decline in their shares initially it was being made as a fullon tech story that this indicates a tipping point at which point we're gonna see more regulatory action from major governments then it became a facebook specific story are we shifting back to a narrative where we're going to see more potential regulation from around the world not just the us but europe also which has been much more aggressive with this at least in talk i'm looking at twitter shares they are down today after rebounding a little bit they're down three point four percent is a significant significant to the extent that the person who was in charge of the whole data protection side of twitter is leaving the company his name is michael coats that's when people familiar with the matter told us anyway twitter declined to comment on at least yesterday we reported this out but the idea of people's day the being in restricted in that sense i mean that's that's the issue that facebook's back and forth kind of brings front and center here so the idea that the person who's in charge of making sure that data doesn't wander off and gets used in ways that twitter's users might not like the can understand why that stock is falling again although i should point out that alphabet the parent of google also down today by a little more than one point four percent so we are seeing declines across.
"michael coats" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And this is dave wilson we do we have dave wilson and we've got a check on the red across the screen why why are we seeing these declines while there are plenty of ready to be found among the individual stocks we might as well start with facebook book it is the most active stock in early trading after a bounce yesterday the shares are falling again they're down about three percent ceo mark zuckerberg's blog post interviews yesterday about cambridge analytic has access to user data weren't enough to satisfy the social media companies critics lawmakers in the us and europe renewed calls for zuckerberg and other facebook officials to give testimony so that issue is certainly still out there twitter's down two and a half percent people familiar with the matter said the social media companies top data protection executive michael coats is leading they said codes is going to start his own company twitter declined to comment while we're at it might as well mention snap the owner of snapchat that stock down one and a half percent in early trading elsewhere you've got abby down six percent the drug maker said in a statement that it won't see accelerated us approval for a lung cancer treatment abby said secondstage study results on the drug and i'm quoting here we're not what we hope for on the earnings front accenture is down two and a half percent the consulting firms forecast for this fiscal year showed prophet may fail to meet analysts average estimate in a bloomberg survey even as revenue beats projections wynn resorts down one percent founder steve wynn stake in the casino owner by about third after settling a court battle with his ex wife elaine wynn conagra brands up two percents the food makers fiscal third quarter earnings top analysts highest estimate kanakas full your profit forecasts also seeded projections we should know canal gra falling yesterday along with a lot of other food stocks in response to disappointing words from general mills about its business darden restaurants down four and a half percent third quarter sales at the owner of olive garden and other chains missed analysts estimates sirius xm up two percent the satellite radio broadcaster should say down two percent the stock was cut to neutral from buy at citigroup and i should point out bloomberg l p provides programming to sirius xm on channel one nine thousand nine hundred and while we're at we got.
"michael coats" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Power so they can consolidate a paneuropean actions couldn't they set some kind of precedent commissioner what are you hoping for an outcome if facebook were to be found guilty or negligent in some way i am not happy at all about this case because to in my view this is not only about data protection breaches they this is about the threat to democracy and individual freedoms of people so of course this will surface a precedent for for the future and i can say that in europe we are ready for these cases also as for preventive measures because as i mentioned regulation is very tough we require very strict rules to be obeyed in the eu especially as far as the consent of the people is concerned because we want the providers to have the consent of people the people who must understand the purpose why the data is collected and what the provider will do visit the data and of course it is clear that the providers on monetize into data the people must know what is behind that what are the plans will you be specifically asking facebook for mark zuckerberg to come to europe and speak before either the parliament in general or national parliaments there will likely come the request so for such hearings there is a new thing that tomorrow the prime ministers and the presidents of all the member states will gather in brussels and upon request of the president macron this will be on the agenda so we can expect also consolidated at from the site of the member states highest their presentation and very likely also the national parliaments will take lie out to get the explanation that was the european commissioner for justice vera giralda speaking to bloomberg's ed quinn now headline crossing the terminal twitter's chief information security officer that's michael coats is set to be leaving the company this according to reporting from the verge now coach joined the.
"michael coats" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
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"michael coats" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"Hundred thirty thousand dollars of his own money just days before the election but said in a statement now that the trump organization nor the trump campaign was a party to the transaction daniels attorney says the president must have been aware the suggestion or any suggestion that he didn't know about it is quite honestly observer flagrant better term we believe that he absolutely knew about it the white house pressed on this today had conversations with the president about this and as i outlined earlier that this case had already been won an arbitration and that there was no knowledge of any payments from the president and he's denied all of these allegations in her lawsuit daniels noclaims booed nondisclosure agreement is invalid why there is a signature line four mr trump on the agreement he was obligated to sign it and he never signed it and it's really that simple daniels claims that used aliases in the agreement president trump was referred to as david dennison and she was peggy peterson and right here you can see a space were daniels says mr trump would have signed but it's blank and thomas with us now we heard sarah sanders say just a moment ago that they already won an arbitration that got her attention to they would've she mean by that that front we actually have some new reporting on that david now stormy daniels attorney tells us that last week michael coat of paint a temporary restraining order against miss daniels essentially saying if she talks about confidential information regarding president trump she could be subject to damages daniels attorney calls us a bogus arbitration order and that they will not be intimidated cohen is not return our phone calls dave all right tom great to have you there is late word tonight of a new school shooting this time in birmingham alabama police responding to reports of shots fired at huffman high school at least two students were wounded a school was leading out one of them suffering lifethreatening injuries school briefly placed on lockdown on authority tonight believe the shooting may have been accidental at in florida the showdown at this hour in the state capital over what to do after the deadly school.
"michael coats" Discussed on New York Times - The Book Review
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"michael coats" Discussed on KGO 810
"Two or three miles drive to sacramento in back or you really gonna make it a dead that's the thing that you get a gauge here you've got to change your lifestyle basically an nab down it it is not a bad change necessarily gget it something you've gone keep in mind it's like i look in the part mun right now uh you know they're which jarred it off speak chart yet they're chargers in town but you know that's a three block walk to plug the current overnight i was just talking about that actually with the chevy represent sat down in the bolton i was like oh this real really exciting i said but what about the eu of i've got twenty miles of range left on my e v and all my little ap says there is an easy parking station in there all taken now where do i do oh yeah that's that's always a fear with the the ev so what about like hydrogen fuel cells that's two hundred fuel cells take the ev infrastructure issue up to a much higher degree because they're just now building out the hydrogen obstruct it's it's honest way in inter's not that many cars out there so it's kind of yet what you can fill it up in minutes as opposed to allow us just a gasoline car you just you literally hooked the nozzle up in uh two three minutes later your tanks fall ready to go and another three hundred some and again the in air advantage of a high volume fuelcell uh michael coats is joining me clean fuel report cling few will report dot com or clay fleet reward executive fleet thumper i would be better if i looked at the door um so clean fleet report and um but the advantage there is so you have uh water essentially as the emission out of vidgis dead diesel water vapour yet it's it's it is a good costlier is owner to build up the moisture's super clean yet well it see a you know like like evc it's going to happen in the bay area in in california first right happen a little bit unease goes but you know in the state is actually funding hydrogen station so the tone of your tax dollars these are willing to work uh like.
"michael coats" Discussed on KGO 810
"To sacramento in back backer you relief gonna make it a dead that's the thing you've got you've got to gauge here get a change your life lifestyle by an nub down it's it is not a bad change necessarily but it something you gotta keep in mind it's like i look in the partner and right now uh you know they're which jarred at all speak chart yet they're chargers in town but you know that's a three block walk to plug the current overnight i i was just talking about that actually with the chevy represent sat down in the ball tonight i was like oh this real really exciting i said but what about the issue of now i've got twenty miles of range left on my e v and oh my little ap says there is an easy parking stay and they're all taken now where do i do that's that's always a fear with the the ev so what about like hydrogen fuel cells that's two hundred fuel cells take the ev infrastructure issue up to a much higher degree because they are now building out the hydrogen infrastructure it's it's on it's way and then there's not that machar is out there so it's kind of cute yet but you can fill up in minutes as opposed to house just like a gasoline car you just you literally hooked the nozzle up and now two three minutes later your tanks fall ready to go and another three hundred some miles and again the in in an age of a hydrogenfuelcell uh michael coats is joining me from clean fuel report clean fuel report dot com or clay fleet reward excuse me a fleet tampa i would be better if i looked at the next head of um so clean fleet report and um but the advantage there is so you have a water essentially as the admission out of asia vidgis dead diesel water vapour yet bp says carfree resilient to build up the moisture's super clean yet well it c eight like like evc it's going to happen in the bay area in in california first rive happening a little bit unease goes but you know in need the state is actually funding hydrogen station so the tone of your tax dollars are are going to work uh like the charging steady ends they were based i empty a lot.