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33 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Cameron Smith. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Cameron Smith, often where they are interviewed.

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33 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Cameron Smith. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Cameron Smith, often where they are interviewed.

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Anthony Seibold Faces The Media, Why MG Think The Storm Should Re-Sign Cameron Smith! Plus Which NRL Players Are Most Likely To Debut In Origin This Year?

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1. Welcome To The Rush Hour With MG! 2. “Trending Now” – Anthony Seibold Fronts The Media! 3. Adam MacDougall Joins Us For A Cam Smith Hypothetical! 4. Bulldogs Sign Blake Green – Was It The Right Move? 5. Power Rankings – 5-1 Players Most Likely To Debut In This Year’s Origin! 6. GWS Giants Star Jeremy Cameron Joins The Show!

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            Aug 26 2020 · 24mins
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            Episode 146 - Cameron Smith

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            Episode 146 - Cameron Smith by Scottie Deubler & Chris Carter

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            Aug 07 2020 · 34mins

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            Victoria Lockdown, Chris Goulding & NBL Free Agency, Cameron Smith, AFL & Iso Entertainment

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            Seb Greenway and Karl Beston discuss the biggest issues in Australian sport, politics and entertainment. In this week’s episode they break down the following topics:
            - The impact of Lockdown 2.0 on Victoria and the national economy.
            - Chris Goulding re-signs at Melbourne United and why this is the most significant signing for NBL21.
            - The impact of the 2 import rule on NBL rosters. Who are the winners and losers? And why we shouldn't expect the same quality.
            - Lamar Patterson is the talk of the NBL, where will and should Patterson sign? Should teams throw their entire import budget at him?
            - The Hawks offseason, why they were placed in a difficult position. Should they just take their lumps this season and hold off long term signings until the following season?
            - What should Cameron Smith and the Melbourne Storm do this offseason? Should they commit bulk dollars to him and mortgage their future? Should he feel obligated to take a cut?
            - Sonny Bill Williams to the Roosters. A premiership altering move? Why we love the signing.
            - The AFL's Festival of Football with a condensed fixture.
            - AFL Round 8 picks.
            - Kanye West & Kim Kardashian.
            - Isolation entertainment: Dating Around, Bad Education, McMillions, The Bold Type & Succession
            Jul 24 2020 · 2hr 3mins
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            4 Distinctions Between Millionaires and the Middle Class with Keith Cameron Smith

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            If you want to live a successful and fulfilled life, these 4 distinctions between millionaires and the middle class are for you!

            In this episode, Alex Sanfilippo discusses the book "The 10 Distinctions Between Millionaires and the Middle Class" with the author Keith Cameron Smith.

            They focus on 5 of the distinctions:
            - Distinction 10 – Millionaires think long term the middle class think short terms
            - Distinction 9 - Millionaires talk about ideas and the middle class talks about things and other people.
            - Distinction 8 Millionaires embrace change, the middle class are threatened by change.
            - Distinction 7 Millionaires take calculated risks the middle class is afraid to take risks
            - Distinction 1 Millionaires ask themselves empowering questions middle class people ask themselves disempowering questions


            For full show notes visit: https://creatingabrand.com/4-distinctions-between-millionaires-and-the-middle-class-with-keith-cameron-smith

            May 19 2020 · 27mins

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            2020-017-Cameron Smith, business decisions, and how it affects Security

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            Cameron Smith @Secnomancer

            Layer8conference is virtual (https://layer8conference.com/layer-8-is-online-this-year/)

            https://csrc.nist.gov/publications/detail/sp/800-171/rev-1/final

            CMMC:https://info.summit7systems.com/blog/cmmc

            https://www.comptia.org/certifications/project - Project+

            Cameron’s Smith = www.twitter.com/secnomancer

            Cybersmith.com - Up by 14 April

            Ask@thecybersmith.com

            Cameron@thecybersmith.com

            https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christopher_Voss https://www.amazon.com/Never-Split-Difference-Negotiating-Depended/dp/0062407805

            https://www.masterclass.com/classes/chris-voss-teaches-the-art-of-negotiation

            https://www.masterclass.com/

            https://www.autopsy.com/support/training/covid-19-free-autopsy-training/

            https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLg_QXA4bGHpvsW-qeoi3_yhiZg8zBzNwQ

             

            “There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow man; true nobility is being superior to your former self.”― Ernest Hemingway  https://www.goodreads.com/quotes/76281-there-is-nothing-noble-in-being-superior-to-your-fellow

            Original B-Sides Talk Blurb

            SITREP: A Consultant's Perspective from the Trenches of InfoSec In this session you will hear war stories and lessons learned consulting for hundreds of clients across dozens of verticals at every level, from bootstrapped startups with garage beginnings to Fortune 50 companies and everything in between. We will cover life on the front lines in InfoSec, ranging from individual contributions and staying relevant in a rapidly evolving field all the way to how bad most orgs are at InfoSec and what we can do as practitioners to help make them better.

            Speaking Goal

            After my presentation is over, I want my audience to...

            • Feel better about where they are as an infosec practitioner
            • Understand that most of Cybersecurity is largely NOT about the latest hack or technique
            • Failing is OK as long as you learn from it

            ...so that ...

            • When they go back to their office / SOC / client engagements on Monday they focus on the things that matter to their organizations
            • Hopefully feel a little bit less that the work they are doing is boring, exhausting, unappreciated, or hopeless
            Intro
            • Security is a really crazy industry
              • Like the wild west out here
              • Constant threats
              • Complacent or ignorant clients/dependents
              • Resource and budget constraints
            • Security is really complex
              • There are SO. MANY. MOVING. PIECES.
              • There is a never ending stream of new information to learn and new threats to face
              • Security always involves at LEAST 4 parts
                • The practitioner - Hopefully you have backup!
                • What you're protecting - Employer, Client, System, Application, Data, SOMETHING, etc
                • What you're protecting it from - External TAs, Internal TAs, Incompetence, Apathy, Plain Ol' Vanilla Constraints, etc
                • What you have to protect it with - Budgets, Time, Personnel, Training, Relationships, etc
            • Cybersecurity/Information Security is simultaneously an old and new/emergent discipline
              • Cyber History
                • Old
                  • Nevil Maskelyne / Guglielmo Marconi wireless telegraphy attack and Morse code insults - 1903
                  • Phreaking in the 1960s
                  • ARPANET Creeper - 1971
                  • Morris Worm - 1988
                • New
                  • Gartner Coined term SOAR in 2017
                    • Yeah... It's barely 3 years old.
                    • Now you can literally find job openings with SOAR Engineering titles
                  • DevSecOps - Amazon presentation in 2015? Not even in grade school yet.
                  • Average enterprise is running 75 security tools in their environment (Cybersecurity almanac 2019)
              • Most cybersecurity professionals over 30 do not have degrees in cybersecurity
                • Many don't even have Computer Science or IT related degrees
                • This is it's own problem
                  • Training cyber pros, Chris Sanders, cognitive crisis, etc.
                    • BDS ep 2019-021 and 2019-022
              • Emergent disciplines are challenging by default
              • You chose to play the game on hard mode for your first play through

            Security really isn't as complicated as most people think

            • Occult Phenomenon
              • Things we don't understand we imagine to be far more complex
              • Things we anticipate we imagine to be far worse than they are
            • Grass isn't greener
              • Most security departments aren't doing better than you are
              • Maturity models aren't magic

            Establish Credibility

            • I have been in A LOT of client environments in the last 12 years
            • Last time I checked, I have more than 350 discrete client engagements under my belt
              • I have worked with hundreds of internal, external, and hybrid IT and Security solutions
              • I've met the same tired and beleaguered IT/Security personnel over and over again
                • SSDD, very little actually changes from place to place
            • In that time, I've learned quite a bit about what makes security work
            • I've learned even more about what NOT to do
            • I want to share some of that with you today so you can see how organizations of all shapes and sizes can fail
            Very Large Company Examples
            • Big Four Bank Example
              • Situation
                • Four Local Branches in Midwest
                • Physical Security Assessment
                  • How got onto site as cash machine servicer was incredibly easy
              • Problem
                • Absolute trust of vendors/vendor compromise
              • How do we as security practitioners fix it?
                • Good internal relationships with functional area leaders
                • Work closely with functional areas to left and to the right
                  • Who? Operations? HR? Purchasing?
                  • Every functional area and specifically the leadership
                  • Improved communications and availability
                  • 8 and Up
                    • 'Gotta git gud' at the soft stuff
            • Top 50 Chain Restaurant Example
              • Situation
                • Doing Chip Reader refreshes across all ~600 locations for PCI Compliance during 2017 window
              • Problem
                • Poor project management on behalf of security team led to project failure
                • A security problem became an IT problem
                • Contractor to subcontractor to subcontractor added time and complexity
              • How do we as security practitioners fix it?
                • Security managers needs to be aware of how their projects impact others
                • Managing up
                • Security needs to be interdisciplinary
            Government Examples
            • Police Department Example
              • Situation
                • City Administrator got Spear Phished
              • Problem
                • Spear phishing
                • Poor logging
              • How do we as security practitioners fix it?
                • Look for the most basic problems and try to fix them
                • Find or create solutions that provide basic capabilities
                • Cannot prevent the lowest hanging fruit directly, so impact what you can change
                  • What you can actually do about phishing
                  • Getting people to do something that you want them to do
            • Defense SubContractor Example
              • Situation
                • Working with MSP on security issues
                • “Do we have a SIEM” email?
              • Problem
                • Company executives have never done due diligence
                • Assumed that MSP had it under control
                • MSP just did what they normally do and within letter of their contract
              • How do we as security practitioners fix it?
                • Security needs to be proactive
            Small Company Examples
            • Light Manufacturer Example
              • Situation
                • Server not working, Ransomware
                • Attackers pivoted through third party accountant access
              • Problem
                • Single Point of Failure (SPOF)
                • Vendor Compromise
              • How do we as security practitioners solve it?
                • IT problems become security problems on long enough timeline
                • Need to provide actual solutions to business problems
                • Security CANNOT be decoupled from business needs
            • Telecommunications Provider
              • Situation
                • Employee reports CEO was hacked
              • Problem
                • Employee panicked, emailed everyone
                • Escalated way beyond what was necessary
              • How do we as security practitioners solve it?
                • Employee education - Boring answer
                • What's actually under our control here?
                  • Clear processes for security incidents
                  • Clear communications channels for employees with IT and security groups
                  • Knowledge management
            • Local NGO Example
              • Situation
                • Meeting with Executive Director regarding server failure
              • Problem
                • Mentions that she was sent security guidelines from global parent org
                • Got so overwhelmed reading it she just closed it and kept working on something else
              • How do we as security practitioners solve it?
                • We have to make this information digestible and accessible
                • We do NOT need to make already dense subject matter even more inaccessible
                • When cannot mandate compliance, how do you achieve compliance
                  • More flies with honey than vinegar
                  • Build relationships - Layer 8 strikes again

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            May 05 2020 · 1hr 8mins
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            Sam Pinfold - Cameron Smith's Caddie

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            For decades New Zealand has punched well above its weight on the international golfing scene with talented players in every corner of the game and we're right up there when it comes to caddying as well. On this episode of The GOLFIZZ Show podcast, Andy and Michael chat with leading NZ caddie Sam Pinfold, to hear about the way lady luck played a small part in getting him on the bag for Cameron Smith, rolling up to Augusta in your gym clothes and what it will be like if the PGA Tour resumes this year without spectators. Enjoy!

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            May 02 2020 · 41mins
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            2020-016-Cameron Smith, Business decisions and their (in)secure outcomes - Part 1

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            Cameron Smith @Secnomancer

            Layer8conference is virtual (https://layer8conference.com/layer-8-is-online-this-year/)

            https://csrc.nist.gov/publications/detail/sp/800-171/rev-1/final

            CMMC:https://info.summit7systems.com/blog/cmmc

            https://www.comptia.org/certifications/project - Project+

            Cameron’s Smith = www.twitter.com/secnomancer

            Cybersmith.com - Up by 14 April

            Ask@thecybersmith.com

            Cameron@thecybersmith.com

            https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christopher_Voss https://www.amazon.com/Never-Split-Difference-Negotiating-Depended/dp/0062407805

            https://www.masterclass.com/classes/chris-voss-teaches-the-art-of-negotiation

            https://www.masterclass.com/

            https://www.autopsy.com/support/training/covid-19-free-autopsy-training/

            https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLg_QXA4bGHpvsW-qeoi3_yhiZg8zBzNwQ

             

            “There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow man; true nobility is being superior to your former self.”― Ernest Hemingway  https://www.goodreads.com/quotes/76281-there-is-nothing-noble-in-being-superior-to-your-fellow

            Original B-Sides Talk Blurb

            SITREP: A Consultant's Perspective from the Trenches of InfoSec In this session you will hear war stories and lessons learned consulting for hundreds of clients across dozens of verticals at every level, from bootstrapped startups with garage beginnings to Fortune 50 companies and everything in between. We will cover life on the front lines in InfoSec, ranging from individual contributions and staying relevant in a rapidly evolving field all the way to how bad most orgs are at InfoSec and what we can do as practitioners to help make them better.

            Speaking Goal

            After my presentation is over, I want my audience to...

            • Feel better about where they are as an infosec practitioner
            • Understand that most of Cybersecurity is largely NOT about the latest hack or technique
            • Failing is OK as long as you learn from it

            ...so that ...

            • When they go back to their office / SOC / client engagements on Monday they focus on the things that matter to their organizations
            • Hopefully feel a little bit less that the work they are doing is boring, exhausting, unappreciated, or hopeless
            Intro
            • Security is a really crazy industry
              • Like the wild west out here
              • Constant threats
              • Complacent or ignorant clients/dependents
              • Resource and budget constraints
            • Security is really complex
              • There are SO. MANY. MOVING. PIECES.
              • There is a never ending stream of new information to learn and new threats to face
              • Security always involves at LEAST 4 parts
                • The practitioner - Hopefully you have backup!
                • What you're protecting - Employer, Client, System, Application, Data, SOMETHING, etc
                • What you're protecting it from - External TAs, Internal TAs, Incompetence, Apathy, Plain Ol' Vanilla Constraints, etc
                • What you have to protect it with - Budgets, Time, Personnel, Training, Relationships, etc
            • Cybersecurity/Information Security is simultaneously an old and new/emergent discipline
              • Cyber History
                • Old
                  • Nevil Maskelyne / Guglielmo Marconi wireless telegraphy attack and Morse code insults - 1903
                  • Phreaking in the 1960s
                  • ARPANET Creeper - 1971
                  • Morris Worm - 1988
                • New
                  • Gartner Coined term SOAR in 2017
                    • Yeah... It's barely 3 years old.
                    • Now you can literally find job openings with SOAR Engineering titles
                  • DevSecOps - Amazon presentation in 2015? Not even in grade school yet.
                  • Average enterprise is running 75 security tools in their environment (Cybersecurity almanac 2019)
              • Most cybersecurity professionals over 30 do not have degrees in cybersecurity
                • Many don't even have Computer Science or IT related degrees
                • This is it's own problem
                  • Training cyber pros, Chris Sanders, cognitive crisis, etc.
                    • BDS ep 2019-021 and 2019-022
              • Emergent disciplines are challenging by default
              • You chose to play the game on hard mode for your first play through

            Security really isn't as complicated as most people think

            • Occult Phenomenon
              • Things we don't understand we imagine to be far more complex
              • Things we anticipate we imagine to be far worse than they are
            • Grass isn't greener
              • Most security departments aren't doing better than you are
              • Maturity models aren't magic

            Establish Credibility

            • I have been in A LOT of client environments in the last 12 years
            • Last time I checked, I have more than 350 discrete client engagements under my belt
              • I have worked with hundreds of internal, external, and hybrid IT and Security solutions
              • I've met the same tired and beleaguered IT/Security personnel over and over again
                • SSDD, very little actually changes from place to place
            • In that time, I've learned quite a bit about what makes security work
            • I've learned even more about what NOT to do
            • I want to share some of that with you today so you can see how organizations of all shapes and sizes can fail
            Very Large Company Examples
            • Big Four Bank Example
              • Situation
                • Four Local Branches in Midwest
                • Physical Security Assessment
                  • How got onto site as cash machine servicer was incredibly easy
              • Problem
                • Absolute trust of vendors/vendor compromise
              • How do we as security practitioners fix it?
                • Good internal relationships with functional area leaders
                • Work closely with functional areas to left and to the right
                  • Who? Operations? HR? Purchasing?
                  • Every functional area and specifically the leadership
                  • Improved communications and availability
                  • 8 and Up
                    • 'Gotta git gud' at the soft stuff
            • Top 50 Chain Restaurant Example
              • Situation
                • Doing Chip Reader refreshes across all ~600 locations for PCI Compliance during 2017 window
              • Problem
                • Poor project management on behalf of security team led to project failure
                • A security problem became an IT problem
                • Contractor to subcontractor to subcontractor added time and complexity
              • How do we as security practitioners fix it?
                • Security managers needs to be aware of how their projects impact others
                • Managing up
                • Security needs to be interdisciplinary
            Government Examples
            • Police Department Example
              • Situation
                • City Administrator got Spear Phished
              • Problem
                • Spear phishing
                • Poor logging
              • How do we as security practitioners fix it?
                • Look for the most basic problems and try to fix them
                • Find or create solutions that provide basic capabilities
                • Cannot prevent the lowest hanging fruit directly, so impact what you can change
                  • What you can actually do about phishing
                  • Getting people to do something that you want them to do
            • Defense SubContractor Example
              • Situation
                • Working with MSP on security issues
                • “Do we have a SIEM” email?
              • Problem
                • Company executives have never done due diligence
                • Assumed that MSP had it under control
                • MSP just did what they normally do and within letter of their contract
              • How do we as security practitioners fix it?
                • Security needs to be proactive
            Small Company Examples
            • Light Manufacturer Example
              • Situation
                • Server not working, Ransomware
                • Attackers pivoted through third party accountant access
              • Problem
                • Single Point of Failure (SPOF)
                • Vendor Compromise
              • How do we as security practitioners solve it?
                • IT problems become security problems on long enough timeline
                • Need to provide actual solutions to business problems
                • Security CANNOT be decoupled from business needs
            • Telecommunications Provider
              • Situation
                • Employee reports CEO was hacked
              • Problem
                • Employee panicked, emailed everyone
                • Escalated way beyond what was necessary
              • How do we as security practitioners solve it?
                • Employee education - Boring answer
                • What's actually under our control here?
                  • Clear processes for security incidents
                  • Clear communications channels for employees with IT and security groups
                  • Knowledge management
            • Local NGO Example
              • Situation
                • Meeting with Executive Director regarding server failure
              • Problem
                • Mentions that she was sent security guidelines from global parent org
                • Got so overwhelmed reading it she just closed it and kept working on something else
              • How do we as security practitioners solve it?
                • We have to make this information digestible and accessible
                • We do NOT need to make already dense subject matter even more inaccessible
                • When cannot mandate compliance, how do you achieve compliance
                  • More flies with honey than vinegar
                  • Build relationships - Layer 8 strikes again

            Check out our Store on Teepub! https://brakesec.com/store

            Join us on our #Slack Channel! Send a request to @brakesec on Twitter or email bds.podcast@gmail.com

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            Apr 29 2020 · 49mins
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            Bloke In A Bar - Greenberg's legacy, next CEO, Cameron Smith's comments

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            Apr 21 2020 · 57mins
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            #65 Cameron Smith's court martial

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            Today on the show we discuss the chances of resuming the comp by 28 May, what an abbreviated comp will look like, who should broadcast the game, and when the State of origin series should happen - PLUS a lot more.

            We also make more insinuations that Xander's dog is sexually attracted to him, and we are shocked to learn that Mario is partial to naked swims in the countryside - so long as his choocks aren't watching. Enjoy! 

            Please follow the show on social @VoluntaryTackle

            Please rate the show on Apple Podcasts.

            Please say something bad about Ray Hadley at least once a day.

            Apr 18 2020 · 1hr 15mins
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            Beyond The Artist Ep 6: Cameron Smith

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            Thank you for tuning into episode 6 of Beyond The Artist. Matt Weiner sits down with Cameron Smith who is a Junior swimmer at Arizona State University. She reminisces about her favorite concert memories growing up, Bumbershoot Festival, and the “unique” way she became best friends with fellow teammate Erica Laning. You can find Cam on Twitter at Camsmithhhhh and Instagram at Camsmiiith, you can find Matt Weiner on instagram at Therealmattyw and Twitter at Tharealmatty. Hope you enjoy the episode, don’t forget to like, subscribe, and have a 12/10 day!

            (0:00) Introduction (1:00) Icarly (1:29) Transition to Arizona State University from Seattle (2:25) Friendship with fellow teammate Erica Laning (5:10) Importance of Bumbershoot music festivals (7:15) Difference of music taste between mother and father (8:50) Love for Britney Spears and Nicole Sherzinger (12:00) J Cole, Drake, and Mary J. Blige concert experience (14:00) Reflecting on aging (17:00) Matt’s Song Of The Day: My World by Kid Cudi(19:30) Cameron’s Song Of The Day: Feeling Good (Bassnectar Remix) by Nina Simone (23:30) Cameron failing to convince Matt EDM isn’t absolutely abysmal(24:45) Masego (end of show)

            Nov 29 2019 · 26mins
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