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Episode #16 - Fried Brains Anyone?

Shit, we’re late posting this one! Imagine three guys all pointing fingers at each other. That’s sort of it… No, not really. 

This is the Shit Show for crying out loud!

 


Anyway, here’s Chris’ episode 16 LinkedIn post…

This evening on the Security Shit Show we’re going to open the Pandora’s box labeled 5G and see what’s what with the technology, implementations, countries involved AND all the conspiracy theories surrounding it.

With the ever-guiding lights provided by Evan Francen, Ryan Cloutier, CISSP and Rachel Arnold we’ll see what we can come up with to dispel the rumors of brain frying, Covid-19 inducing, plant and bird killing technology.

We’ll address some of the actual challenges WITH 5G, thanks to some great conversations the other week with Paul Ferrillo and Dr. Rob Spalding, Brig Gen, USAF (Ret)

We might even go down the rabbit hole of Body Area Networks, and how we can induce communication within the body… and NO that’s not a 5G thing, but it’s a reality we’re working on…

I’m sure our colleagues in China will come up in conversation given the bun fight between the US and that area of the world… we WILL address the technology giant that IS the Far East and what we can (or can’t) do about it.

Grab a drink and join us this evening for an engaging conversation about how we’re screwed and should accept the simple fact technology’s won and we’re merely prawns in the digital age (or is it pawns?)

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