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The Digital Resilience Show
24 minutes | 7 days ago
Episode 10: Digital resilience using non-internet technologies
Today we are looking at technologies that are not Internet connected, or that allow you to function without using the Internet. This includes various forms of radio, mesh networks, and ways to store and access files without the Internet.
22 minutes | a month ago
Episode 9: 10 digital resilience gear recommendations to buy with your stimulus check
Wecome to the gear episode. Today we are going to geek out and talk about digital resilience gear, and some carefully thought out recommendations for equipment you might consider buying if you have a bit of money left over from your stimulus check (for US listeners).
18 minutes | a month ago
Episode 8: Threat Modeling
How do you decide what the priorities are for your digital resilience? How much resilience is enough? How many backups do you need? How much privacy do you need? Today I describe a way to make those decisions through a process called Threat Modeling
38 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 7: The Texas disaster and surviving infrastructure failure with Rakesh Bharania
We have a really special show for you today. We are joined by Rakesh Bharania, a worldwide expert in rebuilding technology after a disaster, to talk about the situation in Texas, cascading infrastructure failures, and what you can do to prepare yourself and your community for infrastructure failure.
25 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 6: How to evaluate online services for digital resilience
We all depend on multiple online services every day for basic life functions such as shopping, doing our taxes, having meetings. But how do we know if these services are digitally resilient? In this episode we are going to be talking about how to evaluate online services for our four dimensions of digital reilience: reliability and redundancy, sercurity, privacy and control, and how to have a robust digital resilience strategy for using online services.
17 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 5: Avoid being a cat on Zoom using compartmentalization
You have probably all seen the the hilarious viral video where a lawyer in an online court on Zoom appears as a cat avatar. This is the latest of a long list of embarrasing things that have happened when people have inadvertently crossed over different parts of their lives, in this instance presumably letting a kid use their work computer. In this episode, we talk about compartmentalization, and how it can increase your digital resilience by keeping different parts of your life separate.
28 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 4: How to keep your basic information private
In this episode we are going undercover! I explain a strategy for keeping your basic information like your name, address, cellphone number and email private, by having alternate sets of information that you can give out.
27 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 3: Explaining the Gamestop saga and what it teaches us about digital resilience
In this episode I explain the Gamestop Reddit saga, and use that to bring up some key lessons about digital resilience and money, including the differences between online services, banks, bitcoin and cash.
34 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode 2: An effective backup strategy for files, photos, videos, email and social media
What would happen if your hard drive failed or you lost access to your Google or Apple account? In this episode I describe four technologies and three backup strategies you can use to make sure that your files, photos, videos, email and social media content are safe.
20 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode 1: The Digital Resilience Show
The events of the last few weeks have brought up numerous issues relating to the vulnerabilities of our digital lives. In this episode I define digital resilience and give three steps you should take now to reduce your vulnerability on social media and the cloud.
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