True Crime in Academia Episode 21: Interview with Paul Haynes
Ivory Tower Boiler Room
Hey, true crime friends! This week on True Crime in Academia Mary interviews writer and producer Paul Haynes. Paul worked with the late author Michelle McNamara on her best-selling true crime novel I'll Be Gone in The Dark: One Woman's Obsessive Search for the Golden State Killer. Follow True Crime in Academia on Instagram. To become a patron of Ivory Tower Boiler Room and its podcasts, click here. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ivorytowerboilerroom/support
Full position-by-position depth chart breakdown, CB coach Paul Haynes gets promoted to co-DC and '23 4-star WR Anthony Brown verbally decommits
Bleav in Minnesota Football
The 2022 Spring Game is only 68 days away and host Tony Liebert does a full breakdown of the Gophers' roster, he reacts to CB coach Paul Haynes getting promoted to co-DC and analyzed '23 4-star WR Anthony Brown de-committing from Minnesota.
093 - Rescue Operations Readiness with Lieutenant Paul Haynes
The Professional Brotherhood™
Lieutenant Paul Haynes is assigned to Rescue Company 1 of the Syracuse (NY) Fire Department. He has been a member of the department for 19 years, and also has volunteered with the East Syracuse Fire Department. Paul is a NYS fire instructor in Onondaga County and at the New York State Academy of Fire Science. He also serves as a NYS Association of Fire Chiefs Hands-On training instructor.About our hosts:Brian Soller has been an active volunteer for the last 30+ years. He currently serves as assistant chief of the Rock Hill Fire Department and for the past 17 years has been a New York state fire instructor assigned to Sullivan County, NY. Soller also served as chief of the Rock Hill Fire Department from 2018 - 2020 and chief of the Monticello Fire Department from 2001-2002.Soller has also been a New York State emergency medical technician for the last 25+ years. He speaks extensively on the promotion of professionalism in the volunteer fire service through his podcast and YouTube channel. Follow us on social @professional.brotherhood @chiefsollerOn the web at professionalbrotherhood.comSend future episode suggestions or comments on past episodes to email@example.com.Interested in being a guest on the show? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.Kara Judd, is a six year member of the Cazenovia Fire Department where she currently serves as a Lieutenant and Emergency Medical Technician. Kara is also a certified Critical Incident Stress Debriefer as well as an AFAA certified fitness instructor and the owner of Saint Florian Fitness. Her full time career is at the Upstate Medical Hospital in Syracuse, NY where she is the Data and Burn Prevention Outreach Coordinator. On social @st.florianfitness
Paul, Billy and Paul Haynes continue to discuss the Golden State Killer. Each giving credit to the science that brought about closure in the case but lay out ways they wish could have caught him sooner. Jensen and Holes: The Murder Squad are bringing you a series of Fall Distractions. Each episode will feature people from the true crime or podcasting world. Billy and Paul will discuss cases of serial killers, unsolved murders, missing persons cases, and more with the guests.
Paul and Billy welcome Michelle McNamara's researcher and citizen detective Paul Haynes. The three give their reactions to the sentencing of Joseph DeAngelo. They discuss details of the case which couldn't be talked about until after the Golden State Killer was sentenced. Jensen and Holes: The Murder Squad are bringing you a series of Fall Distractions. Each episode will feature people from the true crime or podcasting world. Billy and Paul will discuss cases of serial killers, unsolved murders, missing persons cases, and more with the guests.
On today's confessional we have writer/film critic, Paul Haynes from HBO's I'll Be Gone in the Dark, discussing with us, the movies we weren't allowed to see as children. Paul was a contributed to the book version of I'll Be Gone in the Dark written by the late, Michelle McNamara. We discuss Robocop, A Clockwork Orange, A Nightmare on Elm st. and more! Sue Werner of War on Women co-hosts. Confessions from Ohio, Pennsylvania, and more. Follow Paul at @thepaulofhaynes
Paul Haynes interview - I'LL BE GONE IN THE DARK re-cast & re-visit
Dark and Stormy Book Club
Joseph James DeAngelo, better known as the Golden State Killer, has been sentenced to 26 consecutive life sentences without the possibility of parole, four decades after he terrorized the suburbs of Sacramento and stalked neighborhoods in southern California, breaking into homes to rape and torture women and girls, and killing couples and young women in their beds. Before the sentencing the judge heard three days of victim impact statements. In May of 2019 soon after the Best Selling I'LL BE GONE IN THE DARK was published we had the honor of interviewing Paul Haynes: Michelle McNamara's researcher and then after Michelle's untimely death, he along with others helped finish the book that meant so much to her.We then asked Paul to join us for an update right before the sentencing.
Ep. - 275 - PAUL HAYNES FROM I’LL BE GONE IN THE DARK SRINIVAS RAO FROM INDIAN MATCHMAKING
Reality Life with Kate Casey
Roses and Thorns (with Paul Haynes and Patton Oswalt)
HBO's I'll Be Gone In The Dark Podcast
Nancy Miller and citizen detective Paul Haynes look back at his working relationship and friendship with Michelle McNamara. Later, Patton Oswalt joins Nancy to discuss his path to support the completion of Michelle’s book and how he continues to look forward in spite of tragedy. This podcast is produced by HBO in conjunction with Pineapple Street Studios. It is hosted and produced by Nancy Miller. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Summary:In this 111th episode of Fintech Impact, Jason Pereira, award-winning financial planner, university lecturer, writer, and host welcomes J. Paul Haynes, President and COO of eSentire, to talk about evolving cybersecurity threats, the challenges of the mid-size market, and more. Episode Highlights: ● 00:58: – eSentire is disrupting the way cybersecurity is managed. ● 03:28: – There are over 70 categories of cybersecurity companies because the problem keeps changing as technology evolves. ● 05:00: – eSentire serves mid-size companies with between 200-2,000 employees. ● 07:05: – Instead of offering certain features, eSentire sees themselves as a threat partner, making decisions about traffic and servers as if they were an employee of your company. ● 09:01: – eSentire was one of the first to solve security issues with hedge funds. ● 10:20: – A security breach with a hedge fund would be not just a reputational hit, but could end the business. ● 11:17: – A security analyst can identify the details of a threat as it happens, isolate it, and use that model as an update for all of their subscribers and are able to shut it down across their network. ● 16:55: – When a threat is detected, eSentire has eyes on it in under 1 minute and has usually completed its investigation within 10 minutes. ● 19:05: – They see somewhere between 7-10 million raw events every day, and of every 1,000 of those only about 1 needs to be investigated by a human. ● 21:48: – Half of the threats they see every day are unique to their network. ● 22:50: – When J started in this business 10 years ago, threats were measured in the 6 week range, and now it’s in the 5-7 day range, but eventually it will be down to minutes and seconds and the threat detection industry has to be able to keep pace. ● 23:30: – These breaches are mostly committed by opportunistic criminals, so you look at means, motive, and opportunity. ● 25:45: – As quantum computing becomes mainstream, we will first have to worry about state secrets of smaller nation-states. ● 28:39: – Most of these efforts are information-gathering rather than disruptive. ● 30:10: – A majority of data breaches are from self-inflicted wounds like clicking a link in a trusted partner’s email that you don’t know is compromised. ● 31:21: – If J could change one thing, it would be to flip the industry so that security conversations are had on the business’s terms instead of the tech terms to help with overall understanding of stakes. ● 34:39: – J’s biggest challenge has always been recruiting the talent he needs. ● 36:36: – What excites J the most is that there’s always a new challenge. 3 Key Points 1. The needs of cybersecurity are constantly evolving as technology evolves. 2. Many cyber threats seem innocuous and go unnoticed because they are information-gathering rather than disruptive. 3. AI improves how quickly a threat can be identified but we still need humans to verify and respond to those threats. Tweetable Quotes: ● “We will be your threat management partner... We will make decisions as though we were one of your employees. We will actually block traffic and we will shut down servers and then we will tell you what we were just able to stop.” –J. Haynes ● “The notion of relying exclusively on protective controls as the 100% solution is naive. They will fail, so you have to get competent at detecting when they fail and be able to react to that in a timely fashion.” –J. Haynes ● “No matter how good the AI gets, bad guys have AI too. They have cloud storage, they have all of the things that we have without any of the friction of rules of business or regulations. I often say, while they are morally corrupt, they are phenomenally gifted.” –J. Haynes Resources Mentioned: ● Jason Pereira’s Website | Facebook | LinkedIn ● Fintech Impact ● eSentire Website ● J. Paul Haynes Linkedin Full Transcript Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.