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Soul Stories - Reiki Master Joe Weiss

Soul Stories

On this fabulous episode of Soul Stories, Dr Randall sits down with Reiki Master Joe Weiss. Joe is an Aerospace engineer, with 42 years of experience in the industry.  He discovered energy healing intuitively, when working on himself to relieve a minor problem that wasn’t responding to standard medical treatments.  The positive result of that experience inspired him to learn more about the human energy field.  While studying, Joe continued to work with healing energy for friends and family.  His interest in the subject eventually led him to Reiki, a Japanese form of energy work, and he became a certified as a Reiki Master in 2009.Following certification, Joe’s working methods continued to evolve.  He resumed studies in 2012 with renowned energy healer Rev. Rosalyn Bruyere,  In 2018 he joined the touch therapy group at Huntington Memorial Hospital in Pasadena, California – a leading institution in the practice of integrative medicine.  At Huntington, Joe provides sessions for both patients and health care staff.Joe also practices at The Green Man Store. Tune in and get inspired!

53mins

22 May 2022

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With Caroline Glick and Joe Weiss

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CAROLINE GLICK, Senior Columnist, Breitbart News, Senior Contributor, Jerusalem Post and Maariv, Author, "The Israeli Solution: A One State Plan for Peace in the Middle East," Senior Fellow, Center for Security Policy, Host, Caroline Glick's Mideast News Hour, @CarolineGlick Caroline Glick delves into Benjamin Netanyahu's recent departure from power: "This is not a 'Unity' coalition Those in power now are moving swiftly to bar Netanyahu from running for Israeli public office ever again Is there a new catalysis for conflict in Israel?  Glick: Nothing invites aggression better than weakness JOSEPH WEISS, Managing Partner, Applied Control Solutions, LLC, former Executive Consultant, KEMA Consulting, former Technical Manager, Electric Power Research Institute, Member, Secure the Grid Coalition Is a French designed, third generation nuclear reactor leaking in China? Why is the Chinese government not trying to shut down the nuclear plant? Joseph Weiss: The Chinese plant is using digital, instead of analogue, controls Do insurances companies need to get involved to dissuade energy companies from cutting concerns when it comes to safeguarding infrastructure security?

49mins

15 Jun 2021

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19: ‘Is the U.S. Doing Enough to Secure the Grid?’ with Joe Weiss of Applied Control Solutions

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Podcast: Energy Central Power Perspectives™ PodcastEpisode: 19: ‘Is the U.S. Doing Enough to Secure the Grid?’ with Joe Weiss of Applied Control SolutionsPub date: 2020-08-23In recent months, the federal government and the utility sector have come to a reckoning about the state of cybersecurity on the U.S. grid, leading to an Executive Order from the President to prevent foreign-made equipment to be installed on the grid due to potential creation of backdoors into our vulnerable systems by foreign adversaries. While this move and other security measures about what to do next have been getting plenty of attention from energy professionals, Joe Weiss has another important question: what about the equipment that’s already been installed across our grid? As Managing Partner of Applied Control Systems, Joe spends his time thinking through the vital questions surrounding cybersecurity of industrial control systems, both in the utility sector and in wider industry applications, and Joe joins Jason Price and Matt Chester in this episode of the Energy Central Power Perspectives Podcast to provide warning about how critical the situation has become. Seeing the weaknesses that exist across the U.S. grid, Joe asks whether security professionals and government officials are doing everything that needs to be done to provide for sufficient defense of our energy systems, especially in the less obvious and more seldomly discussed areas. For anyone who recognizes the threat that an attack on our power industry would present (or especially for someone who hasn’t given that topic much thought), this episode is not one you’ll want to miss! Key Links: Joe Weiss’s Energy Central Profile: https://energycentral.com/member/profile/238118/about ICS cyber security is the second coming of the Maginot Line – and the Chinese have breached it: https://energycentral.com/c/iu/ics-cyber-security-second-coming-maginot-line-%E2%80%93-and-chinese-have-breached-it Presidential Executive Order 13920 was not due to a malware event - recent and upcoming events will discuss the event: https://energycentral.com/c/iu/presidential-executive-order-13920-was-not-due-malware-event-recent-and-upcoming Emergency Executive Order 13920 – Response to a real nation-state cyberattack against the US grid: https://energycentral.com/c/iu/emergency-executive-order-13920-%E2%80%93-response-real-nation-state-cyberattack-against Link to register as a member of the Energy Central community: https://energycentral.com/user/register Energy Central Post with More Details: https://energycentral.com/c/iu/energy-central-power-perspectives%E2%84%A2-podcast-episode-19-%E2%80%98-us-doing-enough-secureThe podcast and artwork embedded on this page are from Energy Central, which is the property of its owner and not affiliated with or endorsed by Listen Notes, Inc.

26mins

25 Aug 2020

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21: ‘Is the U.S. Doing Enough to Secure the Grid?’ with Joe Weiss of Applied Control Solutions

Energy Central Power Perspectives™ Podcast

In recent months, the federal government and the utility sector have come to a reckoning about the state of cybersecurity on the U.S. grid, leading to an Executive Order from the President to prevent foreign-made equipment to be installed on the grid due to potential creation of backdoors into our vulnerable systems by foreign adversaries. While this move and other security measures about what to do next have been getting plenty of attention from energy professionals, Joe Weiss has another important question: what about the equipment that’s already been installed across our grid? As Managing Partner of Applied Control Systems, Joe spends his time thinking through the vital questions surrounding cybersecurity of industrial control systems, both in the utility sector and in wider industry applications, and Joe joins Jason Price and Matt Chester in this episode of the Energy Central Power Perspectives Podcast to provide warning about how critical the situation has become. Seeing the weaknesses that exist across the U.S. grid, Joe asks whether security professionals and government officials are doing everything that needs to be done to provide for sufficient defense of our energy systems, especially in the less obvious and more seldomly discussed areas. For anyone who recognizes the threat that an attack on our power industry would present (or especially for someone who hasn’t given that topic much thought), this episode is not one you’ll want to miss! Key Links: Joe Weiss’s Energy Central Profile: https://energycentral.com/member/profile/238118/aboutICS cyber security is the second coming of the Maginot Line – and the Chinese have breached it: https://energycentral.com/c/iu/ics-cyber-security-second-coming-maginot-line-%E2%80%93-and-chinese-have-breached-itPresidential Executive Order 13920 was not due to a malware event - recent and upcoming events will discuss the event: https://energycentral.com/c/iu/presidential-executive-order-13920-was-not-due-malware-event-recent-and-upcomingEmergency Executive Order 13920 – Response to a real nation-state cyberattack against the US grid: https://energycentral.com/c/iu/emergency-executive-order-13920-%E2%80%93-response-real-nation-state-cyberattack-againstLink to register as a member of the Energy Central community: https://energycentral.com/user/registerEnergy Central Post with More Details: https://energycentral.com/c/iu/energy-central-power-perspectives%E2%84%A2-podcast-episode-19-%E2%80%98-us-doing-enough-secure

26mins

22 Aug 2020

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Joe Weiss, "Cyber Security of Control Systems: The Second Coming of the Maginot Line"

CERIAS Security Seminar Podcast

Q & A: https://www.cerias.purdue.edu/site/blog/post/summary_of_july_15th_2020_purdue_seminar_on_control_system_cyber_security/Critical infrastructures such as electric power, oil/gas,water/wastewater,pipelines, transportation, and manufacturingutilize process control and safetysystems to monitor, control, andassure safe operating conditions. Controlsystems consist ofInternet protocol (IP) networks and HMIs to provide operatorinputand big data analytics. These systems have been designed withcybersecurity and authentication. However, what makes controlsystems unique are thecontrol system devices such process sensors,actuators, drives, power supplies,etc. that have no cyber securityor authentication and are a direct threat topersonnel and equipmentsafety. Control system cyber security impacts are real.There havebeen more than 1,250 actual control system cyber incidents withmorethan 1,500 deaths and more than $70Billion in direct damage.There is a need toget the computer scientists/network engineersthat understand networks and thedomain engineers that understandthe physical processes to work together orthere is no hope insecuring the critical infrastructures.

15 Jul 2020

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Joe Weiss on Electronic Control Systems Security

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Podcast: Civil Defense Radio (LS 32 · TOP 5% what is this?)Episode: Joe Weiss on Electronic Control Systems SecurityPub date: 2020-06-16Joe Weiss, an electronic control systems cybersecurity expert, gives us his insight into what may have brought about the latest Presidential Executive Order on securing the national bulk power system and components. This was a huge learning experience for me, as I hope it will be for our friends out there also. There are so many ways our potential adversaries can get to us, that we’ve not done much to mitigate. This latest E.O. is meant to fix a small opening that could cause major failures in our power system.LinksWebsite: www.realtimeacs.comblog site- http://www.controlglobal.com/unfetteredLinkedin – joeweiss (joe.weiss@realtimeacs.com)His book: https://amzn.to/2SVwSwfCivil Defense Radio InformationWebsite: Civil Defense Radio www.civildefenseradio.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/CivilDefenseRadioTwitter: https://twitter.com/Civil_Def_RadioYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZQIWSy-0p-KPrbjG38QLRwThe podcast and artwork embedded on this page are from Sitch Radio, which is the property of its owner and not affiliated with or endorsed by Listen Notes, Inc.

31mins

19 Jun 2020

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Joe Weiss on Electronic Control Systems Security

Civil Defense Radio

Joe Weiss, an electronic control systems cybersecurity expert, gives us his insight into what may have brought about the latest Presidential Executive Order on securing the national bulk power system and components. This was a huge learning experience for me, as I hope it will be for our friends out there also. There are so many ways our potential adversaries can get to us, that we’ve not done much to mitigate. This latest E.O. is meant to fix a small opening that could cause major failures in our power system.LinksWebsite: www.realtimeacs.comblog site- http://www.controlglobal.com/unfetteredLinkedin – joeweiss (joe.weiss@realtimeacs.com)His book: https://amzn.to/2SVwSwfCivil Defense Radio InformationWebsite: Civil Defense Radio www.civildefenseradio.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/CivilDefenseRadioTwitter: https://twitter.com/Civil_Def_RadioYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZQIWSy-0p-KPrbjG38QLRw

31mins

16 Jun 2020

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Joe Weiss' ground-up view of cybersecurity

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Podcast: Control Amplified: The process automation podcastEpisode: Joe Weiss' ground-up view of cybersecurityPub date: 2019-12-16In this podcast, control system cybersecurity expert Joe Weiss sets Control executive editor Jim Montague straight on several major cyber security issues, especially sensor, device and Level 0 vulnerabilities, and the ongoing inability of network-focused efforts to acknowledge and address them. He also examines other parts of the current cybersecurity landscape, and provides several practical recommendations that users can employ to improve the cybersecurity of their process applications, facilities and organizations. For more, read the 12-part December cover feature.The podcast and artwork embedded on this page are from ControlGlobal, which is the property of its owner and not affiliated with or endorsed by Listen Notes, Inc.

25mins

17 Dec 2019

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Joe Weiss' ground-up view of cybersecurity

Control Amplified: The process automation podcast

In this podcast, control system cybersecurity expert Joe Weiss sets Control executive editor Jim Montague straight on several major cyber security issues, especially sensor, device and Level 0 vulnerabilities, and the ongoing inability of network-focused efforts to acknowledge and address them. He also examines other parts of the current cybersecurity landscape, and provides several practical recommendations that users can employ to improve the cybersecurity of their process applications, facilities and organizations. For more, read the 12-part December cover feature.

25mins

16 Dec 2019

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#49 Control Systems Cybersecurity: A Grim Gap - A Conversation with Joe Weiss

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Podcast: Momenta EdgeEpisode: #49 Control Systems Cybersecurity: A Grim Gap - A Conversation with Joe WeissPub date: 2019-03-06Joe Weiss works as the Managing Partner of Applied Control Solutions and Managing Director of the ISA99 standards organization. He has a deep background in control systems security, and has been active in the cyber security community around control systems for decades. Control systems are everywhere in every type of power generation, substation, pipeline, manufacturing, transportation, medical, pharmaceuticals – and security is often not understood. Our conversation covered a range of topics including how security is only a small part of control system challenges, the three “legs” of security (physical, IT security and control systems), the cultural challenges to raising appropriate security awareness, and areas where security has been overlooked. He provides a look into the magnitude of the problem, while pointing to encouraging areas of progress.The podcast and artwork embedded on this page are from Momenta Partners, which is the property of its owner and not affiliated with or endorsed by Listen Notes, Inc.

54mins

17 Mar 2019

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