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"reck" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts
"That's very well said. I was interested. I'll come back to Candace in a moment. Candace's remark where she said I'm not going to make the same mistakes. Or I wasn't going to make the same mistakes that the filmmakers did in making a murderer. But I don't know if that's accurate Sean. Let's just follow up on that. But they didn't make mistakes. It would appear to me and what you are showing through the first now five roughly episodes of make a convicting a murderer is that it wasn't a mistake. They intentionally set out to weave a story to tell a tale that wasn't true. Is that accurate. I can't. It's not accurate to say they set out to do it but it's accurate to say that's what they ended up doing. And I don't know the reasons. I don't know if they sunk their life savings into this and then slowly realized oh gosh this guy sure looks like he did it. And then left a lot of exculpatory evidence and background information on the cutting room floor. But for some reason you know they were vested in this and they saw it through even though it became very apparent. But yeah there were some problems with the paperwork and there's some things that can't be explained but you know it's a pretty in my estimation it's a it's a conviction that hasn't been overturned. And he's got the best appellate attorney in the world in these types of cases and she hasn't been able to make much happen. You know it's it he's if people knew what was left out they would probably some of them would have made a different determination after watching the original series. Yeah I think that's that's an understatement. I'll speak for myself then and you can respond to it if you wish. The title of the original series making a murderer indicates to me what they set out to do. They set out to prove that this guy was made into a murderer that he was indeed framed that they had to get this guy maybe because of the 36 million dollar lawsuit against the state of Illinois or against the county rather for you know wrongful imprisonment on the case that he was you know wrongly convicted for years before that. So it sounds to me like they really did come into this with the idea of saying this guy was railroaded and we're going to prove it. And then as you say maybe as they went along they realized it wasn't true so that's when they had to tweak a few things and do the selective editing that you guys feature so much in convicting. I think that's I think that's probably what happened Bob. So so so the documentary the documentary filmmaking industry if you will you just talked about the integrity of it that it's important because and I heard you talk about this before and in fact when you and I spoke on the radio before. You talk about people seem to think when there is a documentary it's a lot more believable than it was even if it was just a you know this film inspired by true events documentaries tend to lend themselves to credibility don't they. Well it's implicit when you watch a documentary you think you're watching facts. If if the documentary was paid for by someone who has a dog in that race you need to know it if the documentary that's not the case with making a murder but it's the case with a lot of documentaries. It's a case where the first documentary ever Nanook of the North was paid for by the fur industry by a fur trader. So I think that that needs to be disclosed if you take a side you need to say this is an advocacy piece and we took this side. If you paid your subjects you need to disclose that you paid your subjects we paid some of our subjects. I'll disclose that right now. We paid them for exclusivity so they wouldn't do any other project. You know these things have to be disclosed. You can't act as if it's straight news when you actually have an agenda and the agenda is shaping and shaping your editing decisions and it's very easily proven in this case that it did. Yeah and that's a big problem in general in media. That's something I wanted to bring up anyway is whether it be a documentary filmmaker or you know typical traditional legacy media outlets. It seems as though oftentimes there is too much of an agenda to make news rather than report news and to twist and bend news to fit an agenda that you might have. And obviously filmmakers are not immune to that. Yeah that story is too good to check out. That's a little joke in the newsroom you know about 20 years ago this polarization started. It's been made much much worse by social media. Okay but this polarization started. I'll tell you what let me let me interrupt you on that story because that's a very important story I think you're about to tell but I've only got a few seconds left here. We're going to take a time out. We're going to come back. Sean Reck the director of the number one documentary in the world right now. It's called Convicting a Murderer. We'll continue with us on The Dennis Patterson Show. Okay 20 minutes past the hour. Welcome to Bob Franson for Dennis. Millions and millions of people saw the Netflix series back in 2015 Making a Murderer. Now millions more are seeing the rest of the story. The rebuttal to the story if you will it's called Convicting a Murderer. The director of that film or that 10 part series which is available now on Daily Wire Plus is Sean Reck and he continues with us here on The Dennis Prager Show. So Sean we were starting to talk about the the media's ability and their desire and their agenda to sometimes twist news and make news and you started to say that you really started to see a shift about 20 years ago and that's where we left off. Well 20 years ago is when we started to see a polarization of newsrooms and it was pretty obvious that Fox was heading right MSNBC was heading left. And it served their shareholders you know their job the presidents of those news divisions job is to serve their shareholders but it stopped becoming news. If you watched Devin Archer's Hunter Biden testimony a month or two ago and you watched MSNBC and then you watched Fox you would see two completely different news stories. And what happens is that left it kind of left the truth and the pure story in the middle for someone else to cover and that's a golden opportunity for documentary filmmakers to do long form video journalism. And we're starting to get paid what we deserve to get paid now because there's so much demand for content like this in part because of making a murderer and what it did for Netflix. And we can't blow this chance by showing skewed information and saying that it's news and that's that's why we're trying to correct the record with this documentary and we wanted to issue a call for filmmakers to get together and create a uniform set of documentary filmmaking standards some ethical standards.
"reck" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts
"Our number two of the Dennis Prager show is underway six minutes past the top. Thanks for joining us. I'm Bob France live in Cleveland Ohio the relief factor dot com studios of AM 14 20 the answer. Sitting in for Dennis as he commemorates Yom Kippur a very important day of course the day of atonement. Dennis should be back tomorrow and it's my honor to be sitting in for him. I mentioned Cleveland Ohio all the time because that's where I'm from that B that's where my local program originates on WHK radio. But in this particular case it's because I'm kind of proud of what I'm about to tell you. The number one documentary television program in the world today was made right here in Cleveland Ohio. It's number one because it's an incredible story. Now I told you this before the break. If you saw any part of or if you binged the Netflix series making a murderer back in 2015 2016 range. You know the story of Steven Avery and you may think you know what happened. You may think that he was railroaded by a corrupt system corrupt police officers corrupt justice system or more. And if you think that it's because that's what you were supposed to think. Well somebody decided to tell the rest of the story the whole story maybe the whole truth. And that is where the number one documentary comes in here it's called convicting a murderer. I want you to listen and if you're watching the show right now on the Salem News Channel you can watch along. I'm going to give you the trailer of convicting a murderer fire. This is a collect call from Steve an inmate at the Calumet County Jail. The man served 18 years in prison until DNA evidence cleared his name. The Two Rivers man was convicted of sexual assault in 1985 but exonerated with DNA evidence in 2003. So this is the infamous Avery lot. Now two years later he again finds himself tied to a police investigation. Accused of murdering Teresa Holbuck on the Avery property. Steven Avery's 16 year old nephew admitted his involvement in the rape and murder of Teresa Holbuck. The car is discovered just around the bend. It was just this worldwide phenomenon. I think they framed this guy. I think he intended to crush the vehicle but ran out of time. Avery thinks the 36 million dollar lawsuit he filed is why he's being targeted in this investigation. 10-21 and 24 Main Street. Copy. Do we have Steven Avery in custody? Netflix made millions of dollars from making a murderer. But the filmmakers left out very important details. Mountains of evidence that you have not yet seen. The blood vial. The most egregious manipulation from the movie. Interrogation. That's when he started beating me because I told him that he's sick. Cell phones. And I saw melted plastic parts of a cell phone. Interviews. Her arms were pinned behind her head. They made Steven Avery look like a victim. Do you believe your brother is guilty? I don't know if I'm a suspect. I did not know. I'm getting sick and tired of media deception. Evidence piling up. Why would they omit so many different things? Why are you editing my testimony? I am not going to make the same mistake that the filmmakers did. Rearranging the testimony. They delete a portion of it at the end. How could they claim to care about the truth? They all know that Steven Avery committed this. This crime. The evidence forces me to conclude that you are the most dangerous individual ever to set foot in this courtroom. So there you have it. That's the official trailer for convicting a murderer. The number one television documentary in the world right now. Joining us here on the Dennis Prager show is the director who put that entire thing in motion. And put the entire film and ten part series together. Sean Reck who is the director of Transition Studios in Cleveland. As well as True Blue Factual Streaming Network. Sean Reck so good to talk to you again. How are you? Great Bob. And I'm happy to be on your show and I love Dennis Prager too. We all do. We all do. Dennis is a treasure and I'm so happy to be sitting in his chair. And I'm happy to talk to YouTube for a couple of reasons. Number one, obviously like so many others I was fascinated by the Steven Avery story. And I'm fascinated by the fact that you and your team put together kind of a rebuttal to the making a murderer narrative. But I want to start with this question. Sean why? Why did this matter to you? You watched it in 2015 like everybody else and you said oh wow that's unbelievable it seemed like they framed this guy. Why didn't you just turn off the TV like everybody else did after the last episode and go on about your day? Something stuck with you and something stuck in your craw. What was it? Well what sticks in my craw now is that a lot of people didn't just turn off the TV. A lot of people mobilized to try and free Steven Avery with you know having been misinformed. And I think that it's very important that the factual film industry deliver facts. And it's easily demonstrable that the filmmakers and Netflix in this case did not deliver facts. And the record needed to be corrected. If no one else is going to police us we have to police ourselves. So that's what I feel like we're doing. We have to set the record straight to preserve our integrity as documentary filmmakers.
"reck" Discussed on The Bitboy Crypto Podcast
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"reck" Discussed on The Bitboy Crypto Podcast
"But I think with the debt ceiling stuff, which was the news that broke right before the show, debt ceiling news is good for the market. Probably bad for the country, but whatever. It's good for the market. And, you know, when it comes to Bitcoin, there's also some really good news there, too, because we're basically trying to put in that 30 % tax for Bitcoin miners, and that did not go through on the final version of the debt seal agreement, the debt ceiling agreement. So anyways, decided to throw that out there. There's a lot of really cool stuff going on out there. But go ahead. I will say, you know, any, like, I am talking about being cautiously optimistic for a potential another move to the downside. And like I said, I do want to press that, you know, nothing crazy to the downside. I do want to be very clear about that. If we do get that next move down, it might start to happen really fast. You know, get those cascading red candles. People will be freaking out. But I'm not really expecting any kind of crazy meltdown. Like Ben just said, you know, if we do get that pull down, I would expect it to be a pretty quick move down to about $25 ,000, $3 ,000, $25 ,000. And then if we hold those, if we hold those levels, I'd be feeling pretty good about some more upside for Bitcoin for sure. Like Ben was just saying, June could, you know, could be big. The market section is, the chart section is brought to you guys by Big Ed as always, one of our partners. They are doing a special deal with Bencoin. So you guys can check it out. If you sign up for Big Ed, we had a lot of people sign up for Big Ed, using our link that's down below in the description. There is a spot new listing, which has been, that was last week, but also when you sign up on Big Ed, you get $20 in coupons, and you complete the first trade to get
"reck" Discussed on The Bitboy Crypto Podcast
"This is my message to Donald Trump. He said he's not a fan of Bitcoin. You can be pro -America and pro -Bitcoin. I would actually argue it's the only way to be pro -America is pro -Bitcoin. But I do want to address one thing that occurred overnight, okay? So you guys know who have been paying attention that I had been agree that he wasn't going to do any more tokens. This is it. So basically this, and we're going to make a big announcement video tonight, 10pm EST, the announcement video of what loyal is going to be doing. And a lot of people said, oh, you know, you should take your focus off Bitcoin. Bitcoin is 100 % the focus. You guys are going to find out tonight at 10 o 'clock what that means, and what loyal is about. Don't sell your Bincoin for loyal. That's what I keep trying to tell people. A lot of people think we're shifting our focus to our coin, and everybody go sell your Bincoin, and get, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no. Tonight, you're going to find out what it all means. So if that's what you're thinking, that's a lateral move at best. What we're doing with Bincoin is so big, so massive. I had another call this morning, which I'll talk about at the end of the video, about with someone getting into a whole other area of adoption that we haven't even really talked about, but it's just as important, so I'll talk about that at the end. Overnight, I know where Ben lives, just so you all know. I know where Ben Dottie lives. I know what time zone he's in. I know when he should be asleep. I know when he's awake. While he was asleep, I know if he's good or bad, he better be good for goodness sake. How's that? You're Santa Claus. Ho, ho, ho. That's pretty good, yeah. So the fact is, last night, while he was asleep, and I know when he's asleep, he stops texting me when he sleeps, right?
"reck" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"On a Friday. As is becoming a bit of a habit and we like that is the editor of auto sport dot com and that's Hayden car Hayden. Hello, I'm not too bad, thanks. How are you? Yeah, good, actually. Of course, we are both in the UK, so neither of us got a ticket to Miami boots. Yeah, I know. So it's light, so I'm guessing our listeners probably listening to this. Probably not on Friday night. Well, it's already Saturday as we are recording this. So free practice, then FP two and they take the fuel out and do some slightly quicker runs. We saw Max Verstappen leading the way with Carlos Sainz, a four tenths back actually. There was a big, a bit of a big gap and then Charles Leclerc, another tenth back followed by Sergio Pérez and Fernando Alonso in the Aston Martin still looking a bit quick in Miami. Lando Norris putting in a quick lap for McLaren. We'll talk about that because he did it an unusual time. Did it on the softs, but much earlier than everybody else and then Lois Hamilton in 7th Lance stroll 8th espanol and Alex albon. George Russell, not getting a mention until we get down to 15th. He had some trouble with the steering rack. It was a experimental part in free practice one which then had to be taken apart and put back together again and whilst Oscar piastre in the McLaren was looking rapid at some points was down in 6th, but let's get into it. So what did you make of practice today? Well, I guess it's worth saying, it was a normal. Non sprints, Friday. That's right. Very much a return to form. Yeah, going off the excitement and bar minus of the first sprint race a weekend of the season. Traditional FP one FP two for Friday. And yeah, yeah, return to return to the normal sort of Verstappen keen to get that quick early lap on the board and largely dominate dominate the sessions and obviously top the second session by a decent margin over the two Ferraris. And yeah, it is very much a teams could revert to their normal Friday practice run plans, getting those early laps in, few setup tweaks here and there, and then when you get into the meat of the second session, you do your soft tyre, run, and halfway through and then focus on the long runs. And despite a couple of red flags today, so there was one in first practice for hulkenberg crashing, and then yeah, as you mentioned earlier, the second one for leclerc crashing in FP two. All drivers by and large got a decent chunk of lap count up with them. So unlike Baku where they were going in with a lot of blind setups, they will have plenty of data to churn through tonight and into tomorrow's final practice session. And yeah, again, I think the pace, as you mentioned there, sort of the pecking order largely reflects what we've seen over the first four rounds so far this season going into the 5th round of Red Bull at the front, Verstappen, certainly this circuit seems to be suiting a lot more than Baku. He has openly admit as well that Baku is now not his favorite circuit, so it seems to be of a weak one for him and I think yeah, he's feeling a bit more comfortable in Miami having won the inaugural Miami Grand Prix last year. And yeah Ferrari encouraging that, again, once again, sort of second and third running a new floor and diffuser, which everyone's been very keen to keep an eye on and we think leclerc avoids damaging it in his crash in FP two, but we'll wait for the full diagnosis on that one. Yeah, big drama. Was it turned 7 or turn 8? He lost the cut of the rear of the car in turn 7. Slammed on the brakes to not spin and threaten the wall with his diffuser and that just meant he went headlong into the barrier reck in the front wing and the front right of the car. But yeah, at least from our vantage point it looked like the most important parts were all safe and not too badly damaged. And that was certainly the impression that you got from leclerc's radio message as well to his team. He was like, oh, it's all okay. Don't worry. So they should be all right for tomorrow. Yeah, I think Michael Schumacher did this quite famously once when they were short of parts and maybe it was going into Sandoval somewhere, but yeah. I can't remember which year, but that does ring a bell yet. Famous case of not even going to, he knew that they were short on pass at the rear of the car, so I'm not even going to turn, I'm going to go headlong in. We've got we've got front wings. We've got suspension parts. Well that's interesting. So of course we've gone straight from Baku to Miami so very little can in terms of development get done between those two races. But I guess things could have been shipped or there weren't ready for Baku or made their way to Miami. Anything making the news pages of auto sport dot com this week in terms of any technical upgrades that we need to worry about, or is it much the same as a week ago? Well, that's right. You got it. Yeah, spot on. The majority of teams haven't brought a great deal because of the tight turnaround between two races. But Ferrari always sort of said that at Miami there'd be delivering their first bigger upgrades and indeed that's been the case with the new floor and diffuser on the car, particularly looking at they know that they've got the single lap pace in the car as we saw with the clerk getting poles in Baku, but really looking for that sort of race pace and that tyre life management and trying to basically put Red Bull under a bit of pressure, really. And yes, it's early days and obviously the crash wouldn't have helped massively on their data front. But it looks a fairly relatively positive step forward. So we're certainly keeping on that overnight and see what see what they make of it come the end of the Grand Prix on Sunday. Now, in free
"reck" Discussed on Timothy Keller Sermons Podcast by Gospel in Life
"And people came by and some of the people just cursed at us, but a lot of people sat down and talked to us about it. And that's when I first was coming to the conclusion that really happened. Second time, as you kind of alluded to, I had thyroid cancer in when I was in my early 50s. And that's when I actually read through at least another year or two after I had cancer. This book on the resurrection by anti reck was just coming out. And I, in my recuperation time of a year or two, I read that book. And it strengthened my belief in the resurrection, even though thyroid cancer I was immediately told, we can treat this, we can get rid of this. So it was never, it was never quite now. It was certainly frightening, but at the same time it was they reassured me. And they were right. They did cure it. It was fairly easy to cure. But in that time, I read it again. And I realized I didn't really grasp this as much. And Wright was terrific. So there's been three times. It was thyroid cancer, pancreatic cancer, and when I first became a Christian. And now lastly, I wanted to ask for those who are reading this book that are followers of Christ. What does the resurrection have to say for our purpose in life, the mission of our lives? For Christians. Look, I'm glad you asked me that because I realized I don't think I stressed that enough in this interview. So thank you being a good interviewer. One of the main things about the resurrection is that Jesus didn't just rise from the dead, like a miracle, which it is. A great miracle that proves that he's the son of God. Yes, it is that. But when he roast in the dead and gate put the spirit in our hearts, Jesus Christ was actually bringing the future into the present. Partially, not fully, but partially.
"reck" Discussed on WTOP
"Hazard. The deaths of two children have been reported, the items were sold at numerous stores between 2020 21. Time for a quick look at the top stories we're working on at WTO. A major setback for plans to ease congestion on parts of the beltway and I two 70. A closely watched jobs report due out today could have a big impact on the economy. Great reports are out for how schools in Maryland performed last year. Keep it here for full details on these stories in the minutes ahead. Now 6 18. Can we have traffic and weather on the aids with Jack Taylor in the traffic center? Still, these delays early in Maryland, riding in prince George's county on the bottom of Washington Parkway, southbound, your delayed near NASA Goddard riding through the beltway interchange to the crash down near the good luck road overpass that was along the left side of the roadway. Also a little heavier now in Chevrolet. 50 headed westbound, the delay near two O two, rides past Columbia park road You're looking good between the beltways on 95. So far, no delay, two 70, south from Frederick, headed to the lane divide you're looking good. A couple issues on Pennsylvania avenue. Northbound and upper Marlboro after three O one, a reck was over on the shoulder. Now, it sounds like inbound on Pennsylvania avenue in your silver hill road. Word of another crash. You're in good shape, south of town, inner loop looks good. Branch avenue down toward the Wilson bridge. We're a little heavier, topside outer loop now around kohlsville road toward George avenue. Good-looking rides in Virginia right now in the greenway, the toll road, 66 going east, 95 coming north. Everybody headed toward the beltway without delay. 95 south down in thornburg, New York said one 18, crash clean up there. The last of its along the left side of the roadway. Three 95, you're fine, leaving the beltway north up toward the 14th street bridge. We are a bit busier in the district now, just a little heavy traffic reported going inbound on suitland Parkway toward Stanton road. D.C. two 95 south, maybe a little crowded as you approach east capital street. So far you're fine on the freeway. Third street tunnel, New York avenue you're looking good. Super pet expo, the DMV's largest pet shopping extravaganza is back, march 17th through the 19th and the Dallas expo center. Buy tickets online at super pet expo dot com. Jack Taylor. Traffic. Some parts of our area seeing some precipitation this morning. Here's storm team four meteorologist Mike staniford. Good morning, Michelle. Sing a few sprinkles of ran around in the Freddy's burger area right now. Otherwise, we are rain free this morning, and there are some few light showers, a little bit of wet snowflakes back in the Shenandoah valley. So some occasional light rain
"reck" Discussed on WTOP
"Certa pro painters business is independently owned and operated. 7 38. Traffic and weather a check of things now with Rita Kessler in the traffic center. It looks like the crash that was northbound on the Baltimore Washington Parkway near NASA Goddard is completely out of the roadway delays are easing a bit. Northbound just slows approaching into greenbelt, southbound has a delay coming from one 98 trying to make your way past one 97, but not quite as far as NASA Goddard. And it seems like southbound 95 is still messy headed past 32. That reck was on the left side. We have major delays along route 132 getting on to 95 and southbound 95 slows between 132. Also eastbound on 32, you're finding delays approaching and passing I 95 headed toward route one, not sure if people are avoiding the delay on southbound 95 and taking it over to route one or whether there's a problem on route 100. This could also be the reason for the volume on the southbound Baltimore Washington Parkway from one 95, headed to one 75, and on southbound 29 through Columbia, headed past 32. So it's messy no matter what road you're trying to take along that stretch. Now, if you're on the outer loop of the beltway delays, from 95, around towards Georgia avenue with the lanes available to you, it was southbound Georgia avenue in your veers mill road. That was a report of a crash with delays back near our Cola avenue. Southbound father Hurley boulevard at two 70, the wreck had been along the right side, and if you're in Virginia, it was northbound 95. We were still seeing some delays coming past the Prince William Parkway, the earlier rec gone, then delays in lorton, but then you slow in Springfield on to three 95, headed all the way toward king street, the crash on three 95 was reported as before seminary road along the right side, watch for more response. Northbound George Washington Parkway looks like we have the work after one 23 again with a single lane. Getting you by. Take advantage of window nation's deep discounts, get two free Windows with every two you buy and pay nothing for two full years. Save thousands, 8 6 6 9 nation or go to window nation dot com. I'm Rita Kessler WTO P traffic. With the forecast Chad Merrill. Lots of cloud cover this morning sunny and breezy this afternoon temperatures in the low 50s, but it will feel like the 40s as winds gas to 35 miles an hour. Breezy
"reck" Discussed on WTOP
". It's 7 O 8. Michael and sons Keating tune up for only $69. Traffic and weather on the 8s and Jack, what's the latest with our roads? Well, they're not too bad right now, but I always am scared to answer that question in case I jinxed anything. I'd be aware we'd had some slowdowns on the bottom or Washington Parkway going south, leaving one 98. The delay extended to a point just south of one 97 is look a little bit better now if there was a crash, hopefully it's now out of the roadway. 95 still looking good both ways between the beltways, little slower, topside outer loop coming around from 95 over to Georgia avenue, two 70 slowed early this morning. There was an early morning three or four vehicle crash south of 80 as you headed down toward one O 9 that's out of the roadway. The delays back at 85 also, you'd had slower than normal traffic on three 55, headed in the southbound direction trying to avoid the delay onto 70. You're going to find the inner loop south of town word of a broken down vehicle near saint Barnabas road unclear if anything was found beyond it, you're going to be slow as you approach two ten down toward the Wilson bridge. You will find Marlborough pike out in your walker, mill road, there's a reported crash, be very careful you should make the ride in Virginia. We'd had some very slow traffic with a wreck on 95 north, the delay is easing the rack up at centerport Parkway off the roadway behind the barrels left side, lanes open now, delays looking a little bit better. Heavy again with slowing Dale City into woodbridge, then again some slowing lorton toward newington. There is 66 east to slowing in manassas, good news is out in your business two 34, the incident cleared from the left side of the roadway. Route 7 is jammed at a Hamilton going eastbound after Berlin turnpike. That reck was along the left side of the roadway. It's just a broken down bus in Virginia going three 95, headed south down near edsel road, all the activity off the roadway on the right shoulder. Jack Taylor WTO P traffic. Your forecast now with Chad Merrill. A gorgeous Valentine's Day shaping up across the region will be in the mid 50s by the middle part of the day, lower 60s
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"All right. my last one here is finished. The sentence if i if i log in and i'm not using mfa. I am what you're probably not you. You're probably you're probably. You're probably from a different country and if you're not using mfa to log in. Yeah you're you're you're lucky that you're still able logging. I would that. I would go with screwed. But that's just me all right so you know you've been super johnson your time. I do want to talk a little bit about this. Identity management day that we can of cheese at the top of the show. I mentioned that it's april thirteenth. The second tuesday april. It is a brand new thing. So if you don't feel like you missed out. Last year is something that has been started by the identity defying a security alliance along with some help from the national cyber security alliance as well. I think this is probably breaking news. It wasn't sure if you're aware of it. Rob but Yeah there's there's a identity management day april thirteenth thoughts. Does that mean. We have to sign in more times that day. What do we do to celebrate that day. Well we've talked about maybe doing a cake in our last episode I think there's a lot of different ways people get involved. There are a few different things that you can do. You can go to identity management day dot org. They have a bank brand spanking new website. Where you can do things like nominee in evangelist of the year or maybe rate a podcast of the year and the im space and i think that would be. You know something that people might be interested in You could do not like an orgy of the year. I know they're looking for content as well for blogging around identity management. And you know maybe doing blog or some sort of video or audio type thing that you know. They're looking to kind of help. Highlight the need for. I m You know maybe that's something that You know people might be interested in go. Check that out any thoughts on being in an evangelist of the year for a friend from an. Im perspective that's fantastic. I i don't think i get to to win that. I don't think i've been a good enough evangelist. But i do think that you know we do. Need these days to to get people to think about this. Kind of behind the scenes the pipes in the walls authentication is is critical for our success. We want to make sure that we're getting better. So i appreciate them putting this together eject jumped last week. We celebrated national pancake day. I think a basic question. Why isn't there an identity management day right another risk by april thirteenth You know. I think we're we're we're trying to figure out. What does that look like for us to show perspective on. How can we helped kind of celebrate that you know. It's it's always great to get recognition. I think the more people that are aware of identity and how important places security you know. I would argue. That identity is at the center in chimps when it comes to security and being able to to know what you're trying to protect so you know i i fully support it jim. I think you know you do too absolutely You know. I think what you're saying rates..
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"Because because i do want that extra layer or it's going to be you know these four or five other things we can require and for maybe the lower level stuff you know it could be available with with just a using a password. We can choose based on how highly sensitive information as i talked a little bit there. Let me let me come back. Just re cap it off with. I think every organization has to go through that exercise themself to identify what are the most important resources and then start working on a plan. For how did they roll out. Zero trust those most important resources i yet. You touched on the thing. That i was thinking here too because we get asked a lot about you know zero trust and will how do we do it. What's the reference architecture. Look like zero. Trust i. i don't think there really is. It's more the concepts and the ideas that you have to address because every organization is going to have different resources. Different targets different Acceptable levels of risk. Right all that stuff and sure you need. Probably some technologies right to be able to accurately identify users. And make sure that you're getting the right signals to be able to make authentication decisions and things like that. But i think that's i'm glad you brought that last point because they feel like there really isn't a one size fits all right. It's it's more of the concept of than taking those concepts and applying it to the infrastructure or the organization that you're trying to protect i've now had the opportunity you know talking to different customers and different friends in the industry to see dozens of different companies architecture for zero trust and i've seen a lot of good ones probably more than more than half of them have been pretty good and none of them have been alike now. They've all got their different spin. And and i think it's right. I think it's how it should be because you're just like if asked me what's a good security program look like i'm going to say well..
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"I'm wondering i'm assuming you kind of deal with trump as well right. Obviously you have to stay on the cutting edge of this technology but at the same time you've got so many pieces through secure. What do you think about empowering developers through kind of move forward them with a framework the letting them have some control over security and at the same time learning in that watchdog rare. Yeah i think it goes back to that earlier comment architecture and it's making the they paved road the secure road. 'cause people people want to go down whatever the easiest path is and and they want it to be secure just to be clear. There's i i've never met a developer. Who who wants to release insecure a low quality product However you know they also need to get out by a certain date and how do we. How do we make sure that we're accomplishing both of those things. It's going to take it. It's gonna it's gonna take the security team working with whatever architecture team or development team you've got to to ensure that the the way that's easiest also the way that's the most secure eruptions with your minutes With zero trust. I love how your trusted been garnering. So much attention to me. It's our Net breaches can be caused by persons that we typically trust store people that we think are safe people who are on the inside the firewall What are your thoughts in terms of kind of powell organization. How folks like yourself who manage information security for their organization. How should they be thinking about your trust than and taking what's good from zero said applying it to their existing framework. Yeah i'm i'm a massive fan. As i briefly mentioned that when i was talking about how i got over to paying right zero. Trust is the answer for the question. Okay we'll Network basically doesn't work. So what does well. Zero trust does work. And and i'm i'm i'm really happy to see the the positive trend we've seen especially over twenty twenty over twenty twenty during the pandemic where people are moving that direction. You know the the foundation of it. And i think you guys when we're prepping for this you know said it really well that the It's just about not having trust just because someone on my network right. That's a really nice one sentence summary of what this is about when you get into actually implementing it you realize that. There's a whole bunch of assumptions and challenges built into that ended up. Simple sentence that that mean you have to go a lot deeper in as you know within ping as as i came on board we created our own our own reference architecture. For what zero trust mean to us and and we we call it red corp in our logo is red and and may maybe a play on google beyond corp. It's how how we envision zero trust working for us. And i think that any company that serious about this really has to go create their own reference architecture their own perspective on how you do it the the the starting point is you know at least the way i look at it. There's there's three really important keys number one. You have to lock down the end point..
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"I would imagine that kind of words of the wise would be you know question back us the least privileged model where where possible and i think it just goes to the posture of if you don't have if you don't have a a standard upfront. That says here's how we are going to provision these new servers when they come in and and security is handing the i team. This is the way we want you to do it. The i team's just going to look for the path of least resistance. You know what the fastest way to make it. Work wa if. I use this domain admin account it just works right. I i never have any problems whereas if i'm using this this you know. Solar winds limited accounts man. I keep getting these errors. Not getting all the data i need. It's a struggle. So you really have to be proactive. In order to to to fight against that path of least resistance being challenging on those of questions around you know. I feel like a lot of time. It comes down to application teams developers. Who say okay. Well here's how we've quoted our application and they didn't go to the effort of splitting out. What permissions they actually need. Just say what is god rights on on whatever machine it is or whatever system is so that thing will work i think challenging that back to software vendors and other folks who we know who are putting things environment makes a lotta sense to make sure that you don't get stuck in this well everyone if everyone's a domain admin high supposed to protect it and especially if they're an application like solar winds where it's doing the things that you wanted to do trying to detect anomalous behavior might be difficult because of what is designed to do just makes it even that much harder. Yeah i think this just goes back to having a level of maturity and your in your it program that that many companies don't and investing in that and you know my my motto for security for years has been security cannot be any better than.
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"Safe environment The you can only get to appropriately and and frankly win it is accessed. There should be some kind of monitoring for how it's accessed and alerting on that. So they got in. They stole the key. Or let's let's say you happen to have done a good job putting it in. Hsm and they. They couldn't get to the key. What could they do instead. Could they do. They have administrative rights on the box. Well there is. There is a in this situation. Folks who got who had the key protected would see the attacker go onto the box and actually alter the running binary of the federation server so now they own that binary they can do whatever they want with it and that of course is a is a risk of as well that needs to be looked at. How do you do that. Will once again traditional security controls right making sure that the right folks only that the wrong folks. she's me can't get access to it. And and you know things like file integrity monitoring on those boxes to look for any changes and detect if anything inappropriate happens and then the last element of that. That's that's really interesting is signals of people standing up new federation servers. And if you're standing up a new federation server man that should that should be aligned in your in your ticketing system and we should have alerts in place to let us know that that's happening. So a series of those are four different. Oh sorry there. That's three the fourth one that i have to think about from my perspective is ensuring that i'm doing the right things on on my own corporate environment right like all these things we just talked about is not just for my customers where i have to help them. And and ensure our products are configured to make them successful. Also need to make sure an internally. We're doing the right things and work closely with my partners to do that. And can say. I'm comfortable that we weren't impacted and all that good stuff but there's always room and we're all we're always looking to get better. I mean the the private signing key parts comes to mind. I think probably for most sources that seems like eighty s was talked about a lot with this attacking obviously s something that a company would be hosting themselves if they had a cloud base Adp solution with this still. Be an issue. While you're all you're doing is you're consolidating the the risk right which is not to say that that's not better age it just depends but you're you're taking it from having every individual enterprise having to to secure against that to having a one place where were the bad guys would go to to try and compromise although signing keys. So yeah i. It doesn't eliminate it but it certainly changes the risk. So i find an interesting about the whole deal l..
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"There's more than you might expect. and then we also do an interview with a local person You know it really is just targeted for those colorado folks but Anyone who's interested in that happy to have him come. Listen so rob Typically when we talked to cis oh that person is the top. I am within their company. You're the aso at identity. And i identity company so i'm gonna venture to guess that you're probably not the top top one or two people in terms of i am knowledgeable than the organization. So am i right and kind of what is that. Life real yeah. It's it's definitely was humbling. I'll say and i've i've been insecurity now for almost twenty years. It for significantly longer. And i've always been you know you know the the top person for who cared about identity and and what would have good theories for how we should improve the user experience And i come to paying. And i'm made number three hundred three the three hundredth best identity person in the company. That might be generous. I don't know there's just you know. I don't know if you guys know brian campbell and david weight and Jerry miller these guys you know part of creating the standards across the industry they are pillars within our company who You know who who. I go to and ask for advice on how we can get better at practically doing the identity things that That paint helps companies do. It's it's definitely others the good and bad right. There was a number one. I talked about that. I've got all these amazing resources but then you know every time i want to roll out new security thing. I i get a lot of lot of opinions. Why didn't we do this. There's this new guidance you can do it this way and you know the i. It's not that. I don't appreciate the opinions. It's that i don't have time to respond to three hundred people every time we want to make a change and explain why what we had to do with this way for this reason. It's definitely interesting experience. And one that i wouldn't trade. Yeah absolutely help. Lots of helpers but now i think you're perfectly positioned to talk to us about. Our main topics are today. Which is a quote unquote solar winds. Reach or weather. A lot of people were calling soared. So larry gate. And i got that right And we you know. We've already talked about those. So i know you've got a perspective in kind of you know you're looking at this from different angles. Obviously you're this. The iso at a software development firm that has you know you do a lot of your business offering cloud services But you know the kind of the first obvious angle is the end game. What we've all heard about gate which is in the attack was getting into Victim companies and taking control of their ide- specifically eighty s Too many tokens and basically impersonate people within the target organisation to cloud services. That they're being federated's is so in other words in a boil. This dallas allows the attacker. I could get into your organization. Takeover your eightieth as them and then impersonate anyone within your company to your office. Three.