Episode 59: “How do Cyber Gangs recruit online talent and hackers?” We will interview a startup cloud kitchen company in India and an entire segment on how Technology is enabling startup kitchens all over the world? Finally, we talk about the “FRAT-like” behavior that is being exposed at Activision. All of this and more on this week of TechTime Radio with Nathan Mumm.
On the First Hour of the show, “How do Cyber Gangs recruit online talent and hackers?” We look to answer this question with Nick Espinosa from CIO of Security Fanatic. Then, why is California, Colorado, Hawaii, Oregon, Vermont, and Washington not allowed to purchase the newest Alienware from DELL? We also cover our first lawsuit about the same-day delivery of a movie to the theaters and online steaming devices. Scarlett Johansson is suing Disney over the Black Widow release over same-day delivery. And we have a serious roundtable on “Gamer Time” as we talk about the lawsuit aimed at Activision. Next, we have Activision’s Blizzard staff walkout over harassment claims against the company culture. How does this affect the Video Game Industry? Finally, we have Jonathan’s Just the FACTS – brought to us by StoriCoffee® along with our NFT and Whiskey Tastings, all in the first hour packed with technology information.
We have our “Letters” segment reading this week’s email scams and funny phishing attempts on the Second Hour. Next, we have the [Ask the Expert] feature on a startup technology platform in India moving to the United States that focuses on Cloud Kitchens. We will also look at the top companies providing cloud kitchens, including DoorDash, the delivery company. Finally, we hope to get to some open phone time; I am sure that we will make you go hmmm and hopefully make you laugh and learn something new in Technology during this hour.