You may have heard of the cyber operations performed by Russia. You definitely heard about the missiles being fired by Russia at Ukraine - but how about the propaganda being distributed through the different media platforms?
In this B-Side episode, our Senior Producer Nate Nelson interviewed Dr. Bilyana Lilly - CISSP, a leader in cybersecurity and information warfare with over fifteen years of managerial, technical, and research experience, and author of "Russian Information Warfare" - about the Russian use of instant messaging and social media platforms such as Telegram and Twitter in their war efforts. Dr. Lilly discusses who they are targeting and the real-world impact their propaganda has on various populations.
In this B-Side episode, our Senior Producer Nate Nelson interviewed Dr. Bilyana Lilly - CISSP, a leader on cybersecurity and information warfare with over fifteen years of managerial, technical and research experience, and author of "Russian Information Warfare" - about the Russian use of instant messaging and social media platforms such as Telegram and Twitter in their war efforts. Dr. Lilly discusses who they are targeting and the real-world impact their propaganda has on various populations.
Dr. Bilyana Lilly, CISSP, is a leader on cybersecurity and information warfare with over fifteen years of managerial, technical and research experience. Dr. Lilly helps boards and senior executives to make strategic decisions while accounting for evolving cyber and geopolitical risk. She is a mentor and speaker at DefCon, CyCon, the Executive Women’s Forum and the Warsaw Security Forum. Dr. Lilly previously worked for the United Nations, Deloitte and the RAND Corporation. She has a PhD and three master’s degrees, including a degree from Oxford University (with distinction). Dr. Lilly has published two books and has been cited in the Wall Street Journal, Foreign Policy, RIA Novosti,, and ZDNet.
Jason Bailey is the co-founder and CEO of ClubNFT, a company building the next generation of tools to discover, protect, and share NFTs. Jason is an early collector and proponent of CryptoArt, and he spoke with Nate Nelson, our Sr. producer, about the risks facing sellers and buyers who are unfamiliar with this new technology.
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Could someone translate what this guy is saying? I hear words but there is no meaning to them
this podcast promotes deep state propaganda, they know is propaganda...
This title reminds me of a comic strip from the UserFriendly comic, where a fed up BOfH sends missiles at a particularly annoying spammer.
wonder if cyber Eason/ML will ever speak out about NSO like Jack Rhysider has
Hey Ran & Team, Could you cover the Hauwei case? it's been on-going for a while and has huge geo-politcal consequences! love the show!
the story is total garbage. just happens to find some papers with two board members being fired lying around on someones desk. come on
I can't believe that's how the extra story ends... Wth!?
congratulations on hitting the century mark! really enjoyed the Act I, II, III format and content. had a few laughs listening and got a bit nostalgic. has ML thought about more election hacking? the April 2020 South Korean legislation involved Huawei and was quite shady. keep ☝ the great work and Happy New Year!
man ... you produced this before the election! That's some foresight!
I think I know Jan Sloot's Data Compression System method. And honestly, its stupidly simple. No wonder there was no storage.
y'all nailed it. what a shit show ladies and gents sit back and enjoy your pop corn
and thats why I still have aol mail. ahhhhh the days of yore. not mentioned in the pod was a yahoo ceo died stranded in winter trying to help his stranded family. related? maybe not but possibly malicious........ love the pods Ran!
dank pod cast i get to play judge. me sees this..... Crisco i mean Cisco, if they knew international law was about to be broken, and most corporations do, it wouldn't do well in Hague. Perhaps the case in the US is just an amuse bouche for the global court and the plaintiffs are exposing Sullivan's hand. this case in the States will depend on November third sadly but Crisco should stop using Cisco