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WeekendBookClub 2: 'Bubble or Revolution: The Future of Bitcoin, Blockchains, and Cryptocurrencies' by Neel Mehta, Aditya Agashe, Parth Detroja

FreeFlowing With Gurudev

If like me, you are curious about Crypto too, then I highly recommend you to start your journey with this book. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book. It’s insightful, comprehensive and most importantly expresses a very balanced view of this space.FreeFlowing With Gurudev, the podcast where you hear from some of India's most visionary brand builders and influential entrepreneurs. The podcast is hosted by Gurudev Prasad, the founder of BusyBeeBrands. For more information, visit: https://www.busybeebrands.com

6mins

21 Aug 2021

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An LDN Prescriber's Experience- Neel Mehta, MD

The LDN Radio Show About Low Dose Naltrexone

Neel Mehta, MD, talks with Linda about how LDN can be incorporated in many different treatment plans for many types of diseases.

32mins

31 May 2020

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Empowering Doctor Patient Interactions to Improve Outcomes with Neel Mehta, Vice President and Chief Operating Officer at EpiFinder

Outcomes Rocket

Improving healthcare through better access to facilities, connectivity, and patient interactions

30mins

3 Oct 2018

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Tech Connect AZ Ep. 4: Neel Mehta of EpiFinder

Tech Connect AZ

Tech Connect AZ, brought to you by the Arizona Technology Council and powered by Coplex, seeks to expand the awareness of local technology heroes and their accomplishments through intimate interviews with the tech titans themselves. Part How I Built This, part Under the Radar, the Tech Connect podcast will provide an intimate view into the lives of Arizona’s most innovative and creative minds and companies, many of whom you may not even know about yet.Know of a great company or innovator that should be featured on Tech Connect AZ? Get in touch with us at marketing@aztechcounil.org and share comments on Facebook + Twitter: @aztechcouncilThe Arizona Technology Council is the driving force behind making our State the fastest growing technology hub in the nation; connecting and empowering Arizona’s technology community. As Arizona’s premier trade association for science and technology companies, the Council is recognized as having a diverse professional business community and top professional networking organization. The Arizona Technology Council offers numerous events, educational forums and business conferences that bring together leaders, managers, employees and visionaries to make an impact on the technology industry. To become a member or to learn more about the Arizona Technology Council, please visit http://www.aztechcouncil.org.About our podcast sponsor, Coplex is an expert team of startup creators located in Phoenix, AZ. Ranked Top 7 Startup Accelerator, Coplex helps non-coding, industry experts start successful tech companies and get them to venture-ready in as little as nine months. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

44mins

19 Sep 2018

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Neel Mehta, Co-founder of EpiFinder

#yesphx Presents

Vincent is joined by Neel Mehta, co-founder and Chief Strategy Officer at EpiFinder. Neel thoughtfully opens up about how the startup came to be, along with some discussion about how local entrepreneurs can make the most of all the resources that Arizona has to offer.  Recorded live at Techstars Startup Week PHX 2018 powered by Chase. Head to phxstartupweek.com for more details. Major props to Raz Yalov and his team at ZCast for producing the entire show live all week in near-real time! And a huge thanks to 48 Startups for sponsoring the show. #yesPHX is the world's most generous startup community for entrepreneurs. For more information and updates from the #yesPHX community: Visit our website - yesphx.com Join our active Facebook Group Follow us on our Facebook page, Twitter, and/or Instagram Read our Medium publication Join our Slack group Follow the #yesPHX hashtag on Twitter and/or Instagram See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

45mins

22 Feb 2018

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S4E6: Interviewing and Interning at Big Tech Companies With Neel Mehta

Learn to Code With Me

Neel Mehta is a co-author of "Swipe to Unlock: The Non-Coder's Guide to Technology and the Business Strategy Behind It." At time of this interview Neel is a senior at Harvard, studying computer science, and has held internships at Microsoft, Khan Academy, and the U.S. census bureau. One of Neel's greatest passions is using technology for social good. He started by launching an education app with a quarter-million users while he was still in high school. More recently, he founded a civic technology nonprofit, Coding it Forward, empowering young coders to use their talents for good. In our discussion, Neel shares what drew him to technology at a young age, how he landed his competitive internships in college, why it's important to understand technology even for professionals not in tech roles, and more. See the full show notes on the Learn to Code With Me website. Thank you to this episode's sponsors: Make School Flatiron School

37mins

5 Dec 2017

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Alex Wheeler and Neel Mehta: Owning Anti-Virus: Weaknesses in a Critical Security Component

Black Hat Briefings, Las Vegas 2005 [Video] Presentations from the security conference

AV software is becoming extremely popular because of the its percieved protection. Even the average person is aware they want AV on their computer (see AOL, Netscape, Netzero, Earthlink, and other ISP television ads). What if: Instead of protecting ppl from hackers AV software was actually making it easier for hackers? This talk will outline general binary auditing techniques using AV software as an example, and demonstrate examples of remote AV vulnerabilities discovered using those techniques. Alex Wheeler is a security researcher, who specializes in reversing engineering binaries for security vulnerabilities. His research experience was cultivated during his time with ISS X-Force, which he spent auditing critical network applications and technologies for security vulnerabilities. Alex's recent audit focus on AV products has lead to the discovery of serious systemic and point vulnerabilities in many major AV products. Neel Mehta works as an application vulnerability researcher at ISS X-Force, and like many other security researchers comes from a reverse-engineering background. His reverse engineering experience was cultivated through extensive consulting work in the copy protection field, and has more recently been focused on application security. Neel has done extensive research into binary and source-code auditing, and has applied this knowledge to find many vulnerabilities in critical and widely deployed network applications.

1hr 5mins

4 Jun 2006

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Alex Wheeler and Neel Mehta: Owning Anti-Virus: Weaknesses in a Critical Security Component

Black Hat Briefings, Las Vegas 2005 [Audio] Presentations from the security conference

AV software is becoming extremely popular because of the its percieved protection. Even the average person is aware they want AV on their computer (see AOL, Netscape, Netzero, Earthlink, and other ISP television ads). What if: Instead of protecting ppl from hackers AV software was actually making it easier for hackers? This talk will outline general binary auditing techniques using AV software as an example, and demonstrate examples of remote AV vulnerabilities discovered using those techniques. Alex Wheeler is a security researcher, who specializes in reversing engineering binaries for security vulnerabilities. His research experience was cultivated during his time with ISS X-Force, which he spent auditing critical network applications and technologies for security vulnerabilities. Alex's recent audit focus on AV products has lead to the discovery of serious systemic and point vulnerabilities in many major AV products. Neel Mehta works as an application vulnerability researcher at ISS X-Force, and like many other security researchers comes from a reverse-engineering background. His reverse engineering experience was cultivated through extensive consulting work in the copy protection field, and has more recently been focused on application security. Neel has done extensive research into binary and source-code auditing, and has applied this knowledge to find many vulnerabilities in critical and widely deployed network applications.

1hr 5mins

4 Jun 2006