In this episode, Jim Lewis talks to Director of the Defense Innovation Unit (DIU), Mike Brown. They discuss aligning national security innovation to the work in the private sector, specifically a “fast follower” strategy to adopting commercial technology.
In this episode, Jim Lewis talks with Andrei Soldatov, investigative journalist and Editor of Agentura.Ru, about the Russian invasion of Ukraine. They discuss the cyber elements of the conflict, the history of Russian military operations, Russian intelligence throughout the invasion, and the perspective of the Russian people, among other issues.
In this episode, Jim Lewis talks to Jane Horvath, Chief Privacy Officer at Apple. They discuss privacy legislation, including cross-border data flows and the prospects of a federal data privacy law in the U.S. They also explore antitrust regulations, such as the Digital Markets Act (DMA) in the EU and the Competition and Antitrust Law Enforcement Reform Act in Congress and their potential impacts on security. This podcast is made possible thanks to the support of Apple.
In this episode, Jim Lewis talks with Joanna Burkey, Chief Information Security Officer at HP Inc. They discuss public/private collaboration and cybersecurity from the enterprise perspective, focusing on small and medium businesses, incentives, the workforce, the role of Federal agencies, and learning from the Log4j vulnerability. This podcast is made possible thanks to the support of HP Inc.
In this episode, Jim Lewis talks with Shane Tews, non-resident senior fellow at American Enterprise Institute (AEI) and President of Logan Circle Strategies. Jim and Shane talk tech regulation—from data privacy and protection to antitrust regulation and innovation. This podcast is made possible thanks to the support of Apple.
Glenn Solomon, Managing Partner at GGV Capital, and Jim Lewis talk about how every company, from pizza shops to clothing brands, is turning into a software company. They also discuss the importance of being a data-driven company, the transition from open-source software to commercial product, and the SaaS model.
Jim Lewis talks with Tracy Young and Ralph Gootee, co-founders of PlanGrid. PlanGrid is a software tool that digitizes construction plans and was acquired by Autodesk in 2018. They discuss their roles as visiting partners for Y Combinator, the acquisition process, and look ahead at the future of the startup world.
Quantum computing is closer than we think, and we need to have a deeper understanding of this technology. Jim Lewis sits down with Zaira Nazario and Ryan Hagemann from IBM to discuss the technical fundamentals of quantum computing, its policy implications, and how the global stage can prepare for the next generation of computing.
In this episode, Jim Lewis talks with Ronald Deibert, Director of The Citizen Lab at the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy, at the University of Toronto. They discuss his new book RESET and work at The Citizen Lab, the challenges presented by surveillance capitalism, upcoming regulation attempts across the world, and needed next steps to ensure a better internet.
In this episode, Jim Lewis talks with Brian Hendricks, Vice President of Policy and Government Relations at Nokia. They discuss the state of the 5G industry, the opportunities presented by Open RAN, and the role of policy and financing in helping to promote open and secure telecom networks around the world.