17 Burst results for "Richard Clarke"

"richard clarke" Discussed on No Chill Enneagram: Watch Party

No Chill Enneagram: Watch Party

05:49 min | 10 months ago

"richard clarke" Discussed on No Chill Enneagram: Watch Party

"This is an area code podcast. There's a whole other conversation we could have about. And i actually wanted to have about whether that part of me read that whole thing and it obviously is not intended to be but part of me read that whole thing as just a straight up rebuke of the graham. Oh hi i'm richard clarke and i'm bethany perkins. We love pop culture and we loved the any graham. We are obsessed. That's why we're hosting a podcast where we can get it all out of our system. This is no chill any graham. Watch party a safe space for any graham and top culture fanatics and a pretty great idea for a podcast. Hey everybody. I'm richard clarke. I am a four on the nea. Graham and a nine on the hotness meter. it's.

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"richard clarke" Discussed on No Chill Enneagram: Watch Party

No Chill Enneagram: Watch Party

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"richard clarke" Discussed on No Chill Enneagram: Watch Party

"Everybody feels like they have to be on for certain people for different versions of yourself for different people different versions at work different versions around friends different versions of yourself around different friends on different version of yourself. Run family everybody has to be duplicitous Or or feels that they have to in some ways be duplicitous and that's part of the human experience but it's also exhausting and you kind of learn that every one of us has the ability to become a shape shifter total. What does that do us. Hi i'm richard clarke i'm bethany perkins. We love pop culture and we loved the we are obsessed. That's why we're hosting a podcast where we can get it all out of our system. This is no chill any graham. What's party a safe space for any graham and pop culture fanatics and a pretty great idea for a podcast. Hey everybody mea. Grab watts party. I am one of your host. Richard clarke pop culture expert. And i'm here with their house coach anthony and hello all right. Yeah so i just felt like maybe at the beginning shall we should say bona fides. That's good so.

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"richard clarke" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"richard clarke" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

"It's clear that they will protecting the Brooklyn Sale. The Navy broke down the trade center than as part of an historic relationship with Islamist militant types which ratcheted up seriously in the nineteen eighties. You can go way back with it because they're they're convenient proximity to carry out geostrategic games and that's that's what the CIA and assorted intelligence agencies do to protect Americans from Tara threats a right now. There's a semi threads to pull on. I might even if I have the time dig up a clip that you have from one of the things where you play in interview from Richard Clarke who was in the White House official position in the White House. He was national security coordinator in the White House so heap deep oversold different agencies in their relationship to the executive branch then the stunning thing about about that for me that kind of encapsulates a places whole thing is Richard. Clark was just really hung out to dry. Ns you know like Gosh. How did you blow this because we have to find somebody to blame and he fought back a little bit by kind of outing some people and in this interview he kind of out the C. I. A. and the FBI in terms the information he's getting back back and he goes right up to the verge of saying clearly you know these guys lied you know including Mueller from the FBI including including all these other guys but then he backs off in typical you know intelligence fashion which is all will ever get and that's my my bottom online and this is all we'll ever get is Richard Clarke saying well? It could be this which is totally ridiculous or could be this which is totally ridiculous or I don't know what it is Yep so Richard clocks clip is both deeply revealing and probably not entirely true okay title we certainly question the narrative vs eastern across because I'm just to give listen the narrative and two of the hijackers who voted flight seventy seven seven which went into the Pentagon at the newly came into the country and November failed to inform the FBI who should have taken over the case then but deliberately absolute obsolete blocked the FBI from ever finding out they were there and whilst these guys with ferried around by Saudi intelligence with links to the royal family open to the point they board of the planes and so this is like a total crime right and Richard Clocks hypothesize that the we're trying to flip these I guys because they didn't have agents inside al-Qaeda rights and that's the bit the it doesn't really make sense on a lot of ways okay when you when you go into we've just interviewed interview to an FBI agent who was involved in allocation of time. That's the bin. Laden unit who also if that opinion who is also used on his very angry about but how the CIA would not let him pass this information onto his colleagues of the FBI and you know when you talk to someone who's on the inside and they can resolve your questions..

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"richard clarke" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"richard clarke" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Well Richard Clarke we just moments. this one's freaky weird. this is from Kaiser health news there is an ongoing scam operating around the United States where are particularly senior citizens are called. and they're called by someone acting very authoritative that it's time for them to have the tests that they need to have under the Medicare program and they'll come to the door they'll call them on the phone fellow solicit them on Facebook and they'll even if they need to build drive somebody to have the tests done these tests that are being taken seniors are genetic tests. yeah they're criminals are getting paid kickbacks often for taking people to have these tests that Medicare is them build for. in the in this case Medicare is paying typically many thousands of dollars to as much as many tens of thousands of dollars to have these tests done. a test results are never given to you they're never given to your doctor instead what happens as criminals if they want it have all kinds of personal information about you. and they make all the money from having referred you for these tell us what you need to know and fortunately some of the perpetrators have been sent to prison this still going on around the country according to the Kaiser health news reports is you need to make sure your loved ones no. when they are solicited by somebody saying that they need a medical test or anything like that but that is not an individual they should talk to any kind of tests or whatever ordered should be done so by their doctor only. and not by some solicitor calling member coming by the house. in addition to the other problems that can occur here there can be issues of identity theft piled on top told we have time to sneak in an escort are we sure do there's one from Eduardo he says there's a trading company to help you learn how to trade they charge about fifteen thousand dollars for tuition and membership dues plus brokers fees the minimum to open this account is three thousand dollars is this legit or is there a better way for me to learn how to trade I don't believe and buying and selling systems are what are used to be called red light green light systems I don't believe in high frequency trading to me the three thousand dollars is much better spent being kept in your own pocket there was somebody who says they gonna teach at a dare to be rich doing stock trading you're listening to the Clark Howard show. now the knoll Napper save up to ten.

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"richard clarke" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"richard clarke" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Counterterrorism he recently came to the Commonwealth club to discuss concrete steps that can be taken to strengthen systems against malicious interference he was in conversation with Audrey Cooper editor in chief of the San Francisco Chronicle let's join Richard Clarke and Audrey Cooper for the discussion at the Commonwealth club good evening and welcome to today's meeting of the Commonwealth club you can find the Commonwealth club on the internet at Commonwealth club dot org see the club's videos on you tube and catch up with the club on Facebook and Twitter I'm Audrey Cooper editor in chief of the San Francisco Chronicle and your moderator for today's program it is my pleasure to introduce today's distinguish gas Richard Clarke the former US national coordinator for security infrastructure protection and counterterrorism and co author of the new book the fifth domain defending our country our companies and our selves in the age of cyber threats Mr Clark is an internationally recognized security expert who served in the White House for three US presidents as America's first fibers are and its first counterterrorism czar he is currently an on air consultants for ABC news and teaches at Harvard's Kennedy School of government prior to his White House years Mister Clarke served for nineteen years in the Pentagon the intelligence community and the state department in his new book Mister Clark says the threat of cyber attacks is manageable and he provides concrete steps that can be taken towards cyber resilience including building more resistant systems raising the cost for cyber crime and avoiding the trap of over reacting to digital attacks to discuss all of this please welcome Richard Clarke thank.

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"richard clarke" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"richard clarke" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"Networking working. It's free not enter your credit card. Free just free free. I think i said that earlier in the show that's at jordan harbinger dot com slash course you gotta start now. Procrastination leads stagnation when it comes to personal and business relationships in other words you cannot make up for lost time when it comes to relationships and networking. You have to dig the well before you get thirsty. I once you need relationships now. You're coming out of left field hailed buddy old pal. I need some not gonna work. The drills take a few minutes a day. That's what we call it six minute networking. It's probably even less than that. I wish i knew this stuff twenty years ago. This is just been crucial and a deciding factor in my success of the show here in my personal life as well again all for free <music> at jordan harbinger dot com slash course by the way most of the guests on the show they subscribed the chorus and the newsletter so come join join a bunch of smart people in improving themselves yourself yourself included. I would love to have you in there and i take questions of course speaking of building relationships. You can always reach out and or follow me on social at jordan harbinger on both twitter and instagram. This show is produced in association with podcast. One and this episode was co produced by jason defillo and jen harbinger show notes and worksheets by robert fogerty fogarty music by evan viola and i'm your host jordan harbinger. Our advice and opinions and those of our guests are their own and yes. I am a lawyer but i am not your lawyer so dear research before for implementing anything you hear on the show and remember we rise by lifting others. The fee for this show is that you share it with friends when you find something useful which should be in every episode so so please share the show with those you love and even those you don't in the meantime. Do your best to apply what you hear on the show so you can live what you listen and we'll see next time a lot of people ask me which shows i listened to an recommended. One of those is smart. Passive income with my friend pat flynn who i've known for a long time pat right. I got to admit when i first heard the title of your shows like oh. What's one of those make money online like come on and then i got to know you and i was like oh. This is like the one guy who cares about his customers and audience and really is focused on helping them grow and you did a recent episode that i thought was interesting as p._i. Three seventy five the state of podcasting in two thousand nineteen a lot of people have opinions on this but i'm curious what you what you guys discussed over five hundred million active youtube channels five hundred million blogs in less than one million podcasts. I did not know that i knew that there were seven hundred or seven hundred and fifty thousand podcast but i had no idea where we stacked up up in relation to blogging and and youtube channels yeah yeah. It's we even though podcasting. It's been around for a while. It is just getting started. We really wanted to kneel down in this episode matt who join me who's my c._o._o. <hes> we're actually going pretty all in on podcasting moving forward and we just wanted to be open about why and you know a lot of you listening to this now you are a listener of a podcast and maybe you want to listen to more or understand how it's gonna change in terms

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"richard clarke" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"richard clarke" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"Well i got news for you can't be sure that next time it'll be pro republican again they may be it pro democrat they a or the republicans may get brushing support. Maybe the chinese will get involved this time <hes> and and on inside the democrats. I don't want foreigners begging our president or our senators our congressmen i think any american does <hes> and so what we really need to do is bang the drum here to pass the bill in the senate over mitch mcconnell objections to get aid aid to the states and counties so that they can defend their networks and have some cybersecurity <hes> for the election system yeah that type of thing he should keep everyone up at night because no matter who you favor the idea that this could happen so easily and a lot of people will say never happened. This is not something that ever happened and even even if that's the case and i think it's all pretty convincing that there's something happened regardless. Even if that's the case. It's so easy when you see someone if if you are not interested or if you're not able to wrap your head around this but you are interested in this i should say go to defcon in vegas and just go look at the guys doing demonstrations inspirations on voting machines thirteen year old girl voting machine three minutes yeah ister it's incredible. I was working there at the social engineering village a long long time ago and keith alexander the former head. I think at the time of the n._s._a. He stopped by with him secret service agents. It was really cool and you'll you will see you'll see a guy. A couple of talks with the voting machine was really interesting. <hes> there was a guy who showed us the skater systems. He was a simulation because of course you can't really hack into detroit power power and energy or whatever and not get in trouble. He also did a demonstration where he showed air traffic control and the way that you say that you're a plane in flying is you just tell air traffic control the aeroplane flying and he said so i just put fake planes in flight patterns and other planes have to move out of the way and he goes what would happen if i put put seventy or eighty planes right over washington d._c. And put them in restricted airspace. They don't have to be there. They just have to say that they're they're people we'll go absolutely crazy and this is really easy and these are like unencrypted publicly open systems that a twenty year old with with <hes> an antenna and a computer can start messing with. I learned a long time ago not <unk> conferences like blackout and defcon and have to believe what you see because they're lally big companies out there and big government agencies. They'll tell you oh that could never be done chair. <hes> you go there. You see it being done and then a year later. Unfortunately it gets done in the real world. Take thank you so much. This has been going great. Greg greg officers great big. Thank you to richard clarke. The book is called the fifth domain defending our country our companies and ourselves in the age age of cyber threats. There's video of this interview on our youtube channel as well at jordan harbinger dot com slash youtube. I'm teaching you how to connect with great..

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"richard clarke" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"richard clarke" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"I need to put some tape over my webcam on my computer because defcon and i saw him hacker friends turn the camera on in about three minutes you know without me installing anything and i thought okay if that's easy i you know i got i still put stickers and tape over the cameras online and when i which north korea they took our phones at the airport and you get back later you go to china and a business delegation they take your phone and scarily they bring it back to twenty minutes later which you know i mean in north korea. I thought they just didn't want me to use the phone. In china they give it back to you so it's not that clear that i just wanted to dump the contents of my phone onto a server somewhere when they do and so it's just amazing how far all of this has come at it seems almost hopelessly complicated and yet ninety. Five percent of cyber attacks are very preventable double by just like installing the damn windows update. A lot of cyberattacks are preventable. <hes> and that's why we do now have companies. He's that are succeeding in preventing them. Was there anything else that you want to leave us with that. I haven't asked well. The one thing i'm concerned with is the twenty twenty election asian <hes> and <hes> we know the russians penetrated thirty nine states voted databases <hes>. We don't know what they they did because they weren't automated <hes>. They weren't <hes> instrumented so they're going to do a lot again. They're going to have faked personas says and social media micro targeting voters very skillfully telling people who are concerned about the environment to vote for the green party drawing votes away from the democrats <hes> telling african americans that the white candidate hillary clinton doesn't really like blacks doing that in a in a convincing way with convincing text the draws just enough the blocks away so they didn't vote in rather specific specific places <hes> like philadelphia <hes>. They're going to do all this again. They're going to determine the outcome of the next election unless we do something about it. We need to improve the security of the election infrastructure. We need to help help the states and the counties <hes> with cybersecurity the money to do that has passed the house and is being held up in the senate <hes> by the republicans now the cynic will say they're republicans. Don't want money spent because they liked. The russians getting involved in our elections because the last time they did that <hes> they were republican..

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"richard clarke" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"richard clarke" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"Devices per square kilometer connecting simultaneously. That's that it's a hard number. Wrap your head around right yeah <hes> so the notion is that everything could be talking on the internet at the same time and doing in high bandwidth and high speed with five g. Five g. is not going to be everywhere. It doesn't work well through walls. You can be a lot of repeaters. Take a lotta transmitters not gonna have rural five g. but in cities you're going to have it and it it will allow things like autonomous cars art <hes> because the thomas cars really the cars each have to talk to each other <hes> and so one car may have to be talking to six other cars at the same time so so that they can keep pace keep separation. One guy knows that the other guys gonna break the other one's gonna go that sort of like <hes> so you need high speed and you need high. Hi capacity five g. will provide that great it will also allow all sorts of devices in the house in the office space to go straight to the internet without going through a router router or firewall okay see. I didn't know that i thought i've got nest. I've got a ring doorbell. What's the big deal is. It's just gonna be a bunch of those types of things. I didn't realize it doesn't then have to go through a router. She doesn't have to do now. You'd be wise to put it through yeah that seems to be wise to put it through through a firewall by they won't have to <hes> and so i think it'll be eat much easier <hes> for people they'll be more devices to hack the more devices says you have to hack the more likely you are to succeed in hacking and let me guess the cheapest ones will be the ones that have no security built in they're not protected and they go straight to the internet and there will be millions of them yeah <hes> so the attack surface will develop. I'm building. Oh well who cares well. We already saw a case where h. chinese <hes> surveillance camera net nanny cams a little <hes> cheap chinese cameras that you can put up anywhere where hundreds of thousands of them got hacked because they were so easy to hack <hes> and then they were used as jumping off points for a denial of service attack so all the little chinese cameras lit up and simultaneously when after one site bang and took that site them <hes> so the the more devices there are out there connected to the internet and unsecure the more they will be <hes> denial of service attacks. Take down things that we care about and and these will be of enlarge. Unfortunately it seems like china while away they've got a lot of contracts for five g. Internationally and we already get worried lied about little chips and little firmware in there that spying on sniffing the traffic sending data and metadata back to china or wherever for use or misuse issues so that's a little scary and i'm just it's funny to hear all this and think how far you've studied this for a long time. Do you ever think wow how far cyber cyber has really come because i think the biggest worry that i had a few years ago. Aside from denial service attacks against against my web servers and things like that was oh..

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"richard clarke" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"richard clarke" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"It. Because of course you do think oh well if somebody hacks us and we're going back and good. I'm glad we're in low level all cyber conflict with russia and iran and china instead of in conventional conflict but it's kind of just a matter of time at that at that rate. Why is it. This might be a silly question but why are countries like russia iran so heavily involved in cyber war against the u._s._a. Is it because they can't match us conventionally. I mean what's what's in the case arusha <hes> in around. I think it is they. They can't match us conventionally and there's a low low barrier to entry. It's not zero but there is a a low barrier to entry. Even north korea has north korea. Can barely you know i mean they can't even keep the lights on literally cities the can't do anything again feed their the people but they have a cyber unit yeah that that country's a whole whole mystery. I wonder how people attributed tax to them because don't they have to use proxies in china they they do. They use the facilities in china one point. I knew a particular floor of particular hotel the particular city and if i knew do that the north koreans were attacking from the third floor of a hotel in dalian china. The chinese must have known that to of. I'm sure i mean you can't even have if you're going to run a kind of attack. I mean it doesn't necessarily have to be a lot of traffic but you can if you know what you're looking for. You can find people signaling networks works have running a distributed denial of service attack and speaking of that five g. the internet of things this is going to change the way cyber attacks are going to change the whole world of course but can you tell us what five g. is and why this is going to magnify this problem even further so five. G. is the fifth generation of cellular phone service and recently. We went from three g. to four g. right. You probably didn't know this now. It just seems like faster internet on your oil. Maybe maybe it seemed like faster. Do i didn't i know this. The only thing i noticed was somewhere my phone that said for jeans. I couldn't tell the difference in terms of speed five g. You'll notice there's going to be a hundred times faster. We have fake five g. Now this your phone says five g._e. And it's like that might as well be five g. asterisk and then it says not five but when it happens which will be next year probably in most places the international standards for five g. is the ability to do one hundred times faster bandwidth <hes> over the year with a million.

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"richard clarke" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"richard clarke" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"Scenario. I mean what would that look like. Is there a scenario which damages are so bad that insurance companies can't cover it. Insurance companies are worried worried about that and that is why shirts companies are writing relatively small coverage policies. <hes> and i and i've talked to state insurance regulators because insurance for some reason is not regulated at the federal level healthcare is but property casualty insurance churns continuity business insurance all that kind of stuff is regulated at the state level and i've talked to the state regulators about this and their concern earn chief concern is that the companies are going to write cyber policies that are too big and then there's some big huge attack that comes in the wipes everybody out <hes> and that will wipe out the insurance companies <hes> so given that concern that regulatory concern the insurance companies are running small policies. What would a big nine eleven attack look like. I guess it's a matter of definition. I say in the book book that in some ways the russian attack on our democracy <hes> in two thousand sixteen was kind of like nine eleven <hes> <hes> it was a big attack <hes> the colossus flat-footed it succeeded and we hadn't we didn't even though his coming <hes> and we did nothing to stop stop it and it had a pretty profound effect it was attacking the very substance of the center of who we are as a country our electoral process our democracy a lot of the tax rate now or kind of relegated to the ones we hear about are relegated to ransomware right we see police departments hospitals and businesses getting getting their computers locked up or encrypted and they have to pay bitcoin to somebody to unlock it ransomware and things things like that coming from north korea <hes> some of which was meant for ukraine but it does seem dangerous if we're not prepared for this and you made this this point your book and i had never thought about this if we can't really fend for ourselves in the cyber domain this is problematic not just because we're a little bit defenseless but because then our next option option is not oh we'll we'll call the the pros and they'll really handle this. It's well. I guess we can go blow up something because that's what we're really good at so you don't have of this kind of incremental escalation. You have well shoot. We can't respond kinds now. We've got to think of boat now or destroying airport. No i think that's right. I think people coming back to our earlier point about how people think cyber is safe and and <hes> not lethal and therefore it's okay to use you get to some level of damage for the cyberattack and some of these gonna say. I'm not going to respond in kind. I'm gonna go bomb them and in fact that somebody is the pentagon. The pentagon's public policy is if there's a level of damage and they won't define it but <hes> the we'll know it when we see it right if there's a love some level of damage to the u._s. By cyberattack we feel that we have the right to respond not just with another cyberattack against you but by bombing and sending missiles against you that's our policy so a war in cyberspace ain't gonna stay in business and everybody while we can find a neat clean antiseptic war. No no no it doesn't make sense especially because if we can't get them to stop tacking what you do is you take out the office building where they all work read the so israel just did this. Oh really yeah so those who was an office building in gaza <hes> where all the hamas cyber unit was and they were doing whatever they could the mai israel's life miserable <hes> israel's pretty good about their cyber ever defense but nonetheless <hes> and the israelis thought about detroit while like these people are paying the as we have to spend a lotta time defending against this. Oh come on cyber unit get an f. sixteen <hes> and they blew it up. They called in sixteen. They drop the bomb on the cyber unit in gaza. I think that's a metaphor sharon for much larger kind of operation that could occur this. All is a little surprising if you're not used to it..

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"richard clarke" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"richard clarke" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"There's a lot of companies now. Have these sort of hacking back policies i don't. I don't know if this is still a thing but there's a lot of companies that go oh well. We're going to find the source of this and go back after them. What do you think of that because that sounds like that sounds like somebody's little brother gets picked on and they punch the guy in the nose and then what happens when they go back and they hack iran then what then they have to tap on the shoulder of they're big brother the u._s. army and say hey we pissed off iran because they came at shutdown are a._t._m. Thing and then we went and screw them. It's a really bad idea yeah. It seems like a bad <hes> and i'll tell you is a couple of reasons why. I think it's a bad idea. One is what the hell differences amac who hacked you right now. If you're a company you're corporation you really care ear. Whether it was the iranian revolutionary guards or the north korean army of the you've got hacked fix it and make sure it can't happen again. Figure out how it happened. That's that's what you should be doing. Figure out how it happened. Make sure it can happen again. You cannot legally attack the guy who act you. It's a class a felony so it may feel good share to say oh. The iranians hackney in iowa back fried the iranian computer. You can be arrested for that right. It's not self defense right. You're not stopping someone from punching watching in the phase. You're burning down their house because they burnt your house down and that's that's that's illegal under the computer fraud and abuse act so that's one reason awesome but that's an appeals a law. What what how about an appeal to reason. Why shouldn't you do it. Well one of the jobs we had in the in the government. <hes> of robin i <hes> was to talk to all the agencies who might be hacking and to do something called deconfliction so f._b._i. Might be hocking c._i._a. Might be hacking and essay might be hacking cyber. Command might be hacking. Maybe the british are maybe the australians are <hes>. If everybody goes after the same target. There's going to be a lot too much noise and somebody is going to be picked up by a detection system and the attack the hacking won't work so and you want to be very very careful to only have people who know what they're doing with the most sophisticated capabilities around doing doing the hacking and you don't want a lot of other people in the network making noise <hes> or you do. Sometimes you know make make noise intentionally over here to distract people while you attack over here but having the random american company decide to be a vigilante <hes> and get into this mess and not be conflicted on all that's going to do is put in jeopardy u._s. Intelligence and military law enforcement activities that are probably occurring on that target network in other words. Let the pros pros go after the bad guys. <hes> you know if somebody's <hes> done something. Don't get your gun and go after them. Call the swat team yeah yup. That makes sense that makes sense is there any sort of missouri hate using hyperbole like this but forgive me is are we expecting any sort would've liked cyber nine eleven type scenario..

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"richard clarke" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"richard clarke" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"S. cities many people are wondering what they need to do to be prepared well I had a chance to sit down and chat with Richard Clarke is one of the world's leading experts on security cyber security and terrorism and he sure some tips on what you can do to prepare yourself should a cyber attack happened I would think about it as a hurricane you know a really bad hurricane like what happened the Porter Rico can knock out the power for a long and so you want to think about what would I do if I didn't have power we all live on our credit cards but it has no power no one can use a credit card and you can't get money out of the ATM yeah you might want to have some cash stashed away to get through North Korea fired two missiles into the sea and Japan's defense minister says the test launches are probably a violation of UN security council resolutions north Korean expert Geoffrey Lewis of the Middlebury institute has details on the missiles United States because this missile the hay and twenty three it is a short range missile it can carry a nuclear weapons ties payload to about four hundred and fifty kilometers that's far enough to put a nuclear weapon on most US bases in South Korea tickets with you on your computer or mobile device and listen anytime USA radio dot com anyone America's best days are behind to fight for this nation I believe with all my heart is in fact one nation under god it's great to be here and I sure appreciate all of you being.

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"richard clarke" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"richard clarke" Discussed on KGO 810

"So cool that Richard Clarke in here guy that said you know seven sit down meetings with Reagan and Clinton and bush on matters of national security around here and talk about at his new book which I read about three quarters of its called the fifth the main great writers so interesting very interesting stuff and you know as as as as normal a case I hog the conversation but you know it's it's I think about when I think about our future and I talk to people like this it makes me feel a little relieved that he's optimistic that we doesn't it yeah yeah it was because I was like if he even knowing what he knows and how things work still thinks that it's possible for us to really defend ourselves and protect ourselves maybe feel it means something to me and and they he's a classic American story this is not a guy that came from money he went to the university of Pennsylvania so state school he went and he got into M. I. T. for his grad program and then worked his way up anyways tell me stress we're in the hall talking for a little bit and just tell me stories about you know I mean we can our both were talking about white privilege you go from Boston I grew up in DC and as the no I would get out of trouble because I would say my dad was a cop and I'm white he said oh yeah I'm I knew his mother worked for somebody who works for the town constable and so we you know we had an interesting background he's works the publicans and and Democrats and I'm you know bush is this is what's after up about where we are now is it bush saw how good he was and and kept them through just like right I am not mistaken that's what Obama did with the FBI director he kept in general who is a director under under a bush and into his administration the bottom line is is that despite all the animosity at an end sure we just raw anger I have at this president we're all citizens and we all need to protect you know people around the world from the bad hombres you know like Putin or right yeah I will get by we have more that coming up from yeah so that's in the book in the fifth the main check it out and it to that tonight at the Commonwealth club you can it I think they're still tickets there I'm so pedestrian there's nothing in here couple desperate advocates in Sam Cisco the calling for state emergency for people who walk through our city how bad is it talk about that next good afternoon at the Senate has voted to make sure of victims compensation fund related to the September eleventh attacks never runs out of money here's correspondent and Donahue the bill would extend through twenty ninety to a fund created after the two thousand one attacks to treat the first responders money had been rapidly running out first responder John peel pointed out two Republican senators who had been blocking the bill as rand Paul and my way I told you so we want your **** field and John Stewart had been up front in extending funding yes I cried with John but that was to excel that was to get eighteen years of pain and suffering out for Jon Stewart first responders deserve that money he can never repair a all that the nine eleven community has done for our country but we can stop penalizing them and Donahue Washington now begin the residency vacuum waited because the cannon fire can return home the sheriff's office as residents should be prepared to show their ID at the roadblock highway one twenty it is expected to re open at seven o'clock tonight the fire south of lake Berryessa is sixty four acres and sixty five percent contained L. Fauria is reimagining the DMV governor Newsome today announced plans to improve customer service as the state faces in October twenty twenty deadline to implement the real ID driver's licenses one of those changes is the acceptance of credit cards a DMV offices for the first time doing it all hundred and seventy two field offices at once again we're learning our lessons of the past but you'll see the first credit card being accepted the department of motor vehicle.

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"richard clarke" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"richard clarke" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Conservatism conference Peter Thiel one of silicon valley's most successful entrepreneur investors called upon our government to investigate whether Google has been infiltrated by Chinese intelligence this case is really quite strong artificial intelligence is a field of technology with numerous important national security implications Google has worked closely with Chinese companies on a I it is well known the Chinese companies are not truly independent of the Chinese government Google refused to work on a I with the US Pentagon while China is well known for using intelligence services to steal I. P. from foreign companies Richard Clarke who is a career anti terrorism official recently told CNBC that he agrees with feel on the face of it certainly seems like there's enough smoke to see if there's fire we should take deal seriously I'm Gerry Boyle sponsored by a D. F. alliance defending freedom our fathers brought forth upon this continent a new nation conceived in liberty and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created I know not what course others may take but one the world will little note nor long remember what we say here but it can never forget what they did here what your country can do for you tear down this wall I'm is America first with fashion Gorka please all areas of my guy a new show going it very well I heard good thank you.

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"richard clarke" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

04:51 min | 3 years ago

"richard clarke" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"And I found some and I had to cut them from the show because it was sort of tangential issues on jurisprudence. And and so I I wanna go back and kind of share those thoughts with with our listeners and how I got there not to not to justify, you know, making an error. But but because I think there's some interesting legal stuff. I continue to think that the listener question that was posed that that sort of used Corey, Robin. You know, paraphrased his his thesis. I stand by my comments. Corey Robin has engaged with us a little bit. And you know, maybe we'll have him on the show if if he'd like to come on open invitation from to do that. But I wanna be one hundred percent clear, right. This was someone with whose work. I was not previously familiar. I I said that at the outset I made some judgements and those were one hundred percent wrong. And I want to you know, unconditionally apologize and say, you know, look, if if somebody had had called me a conservative online, I I think I would have come back pretty strong too. So so I get it. And I was I was absolutely wrong about that. And listen on Tuesday for more. But I mean, if you had written down a whole episode about how Clarence Thomas is a secret genius in jurisprudence is actually brilliant than how bad could you be for never mind in any event? I got it wrong. But, but I do think it's important to you know, I think. Important own up to that. And I think it's important to kinda share how I got there because you know, you may recall sort of parenthetically when I said, you know, he appears to be conservative. I said, you know, we certainly not a, you know doctrinaire. And and is an interesting guy that that is true end and understatement. So some of the things I had to allied on Tuesday show. I will go into more depth on next Tuesday show, which will be episode to forty four are right. And I quick note here, I got the English language wrong. Okay. That's my what's another thing. You might have gotten rock. Yeah. This was more of an aside. But I I really think it's important to be clear, and and I loved I got a really kind Email from Richard Clarke who writes into say that he is a high school civics teacher. He uses opening arguments in his competitive constitutional class called the people. I was always more of a casual constitutional. I couldn't cut it with a competitive constitutional. I love that he teaches competitive constitution. So Richard rights on owing to thirty four information reference to the equal protection clause of the fourteenth amendment creating the doctrine of incorporate. Equal protection clause. Definitely did not create the doctrine of Inc. The due process clause did. And then he goes on to reference to cases Burlington and Quincy railroad company versus Chicago and get low versus New York. So two things number one. Yeah. I absolutely just mentally transposed. Those doctrines off the cuff, it wasn't in my script. And that's what happens when you go off script. So he is one hundred percent, correct. That it is the due process clause of the fourteenth amendment that created the doctrine of Inc. Let me explain what that is. Right. The the fourteenth amendment. Does a unique thing in that it reiterates the language of the fifth amendment. Right. So the fifth amendment says that no person shall be denied, quote, life liberty or property without due process of law the fourteenth amendment when it was passed specifically expand that outright because we know that stricture of. The fifth amendment applied to the federal government. Right. So states could do and liked it. So white people. Yeah. And around the time of the thirteenth fourteenth around the time of those amendments ole maybe there's other people that these should be there. I right. And in particular, the idea that just protecting you from the federal government, really wasn't sufficient, right? Like, this was this was the the first real kind of reckoning with the fundamental federalist principles that that animated the the drafting of the constitution, like our founding fathers, very clearly thought that protecting you from the federal government would be sufficient, and as slavery shows, you can have no federal government intervention or position on a topic. And that can still be really really terrible for human beings. And so so the fourteenth amendment..

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"richard clarke" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

04:51 min | 3 years ago

"richard clarke" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"And I found some and I had to cut them from the show because it was sort of tangential issues on jurisprudence. And and so I I wanna go back and kind of share those thoughts with with our listeners and how I got there not to not to justify, you know, making an error. But but because I think there's some interesting legal stuff. I continue to think that the listener question that was posed that that sort of used Corey, Robin. You know, paraphrased his his thesis. I stand by my comments. Corey Robin has engaged with us a little bit. And you know, maybe we'll have him on the show if if he'd like to come on open invitation from to do that. But I wanna be one hundred percent clear, right. This was someone with whose work. I was not previously familiar. I I said that at the outset I made some judgements and those were one hundred percent wrong. And I want to you know, unconditionally apologize and say, you know, look, if if somebody had had called me a conservative online, I I think I would have come back pretty strong too. So so I get it. And I was I was absolutely wrong about that. And listen on Tuesday for more. But I mean, if you had written down a whole episode about how Clarence Thomas is a secret genius in jurisprudence is actually brilliant than how bad could you be for never mind in any event? I got it wrong. But, but I do think it's important to you know, I think. Important own up to that. And I think it's important to kinda share how I got there because you know, you may recall sort of parenthetically when I said, you know, he appears to be conservative. I said, you know, we certainly not a, you know doctrinaire. And and is an interesting guy that that is true end and understatement. So some of the things I had to allied on Tuesday show. I will go into more depth on next Tuesday show, which will be episode to forty four are right. And I quick note here, I got the English language wrong. Okay. That's my what's another thing. You might have gotten rock. Yeah. This was more of an aside. But I I really think it's important to be clear, and and I loved I got a really kind Email from Richard Clarke who writes into say that he is a high school civics teacher. He uses opening arguments in his competitive constitutional class called the people. I was always more of a casual constitutional. I couldn't cut it with a competitive constitutional. I love that he teaches competitive constitution. So Richard rights on owing to thirty four information reference to the equal protection clause of the fourteenth amendment creating the doctrine of incorporate. Equal protection clause. Definitely did not create the doctrine of Inc. The due process clause did. And then he goes on to reference to cases Burlington and Quincy railroad company versus Chicago and get low versus New York. So two things number one. Yeah. I absolutely just mentally transposed. Those doctrines off the cuff, it wasn't in my script. And that's what happens when you go off script. So he is one hundred percent, correct. That it is the due process clause of the fourteenth amendment that created the doctrine of Inc. Let me explain what that is. Right. The the fourteenth amendment. Does a unique thing in that it reiterates the language of the fifth amendment. Right. So the fifth amendment says that no person shall be denied, quote, life liberty or property without due process of law the fourteenth amendment when it was passed specifically expand that outright because we know that stricture of. The fifth amendment applied to the federal government. Right. So states could do and liked it. So white people. Yeah. And around the time of the thirteenth fourteenth around the time of those amendments ole maybe there's other people that these should be there. I right. And in particular, the idea that just protecting you from the federal government, really wasn't sufficient, right? Like, this was this was the the first real kind of reckoning with the fundamental federalist principles that that animated the the drafting of the constitution, like our founding fathers, very clearly thought that protecting you from the federal government would be sufficient, and as slavery shows, you can have no federal government intervention or position on a topic. And that can still be really really terrible for human beings. And so so the fourteenth amendment..

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