Episode 20: The Dark Side Of Privacy

Episode 20 August 03, 2020 00:52:42
Episode 20:  The Dark Side Of Privacy
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Episode 20: The Dark Side Of Privacy

Hosted By

Moshe Ferber Ariel Munafo

Show Notes


Guest: Menny Barzilay

Guest title: Partner @ Herzog Strategic, CTO, ICRC, Tel Aviv University


For our 20’ish episode we spoke with a very special guest, the one and only - Menny Barzilay.  Menny is one of the most interesting speakers in the cyber landscape, he is an expert in simplifying complex concepts, integrating interesting stories and great examples into stimulating review of technology challenges we are facing as a community.

In this episode we talk with Menny about Privacy - why it is so hard to define what exactly is privacy in the modern age, what people miss about the concepts of privacy and how this affects our everyday lives. This talk will make you laugh, will make you sad and definitely will make you think. We hope you will enjoy listening to it as much as we enjoyed recording it. 

Comment: since this is more of a lecture and not a regular podcast, we didn't add our regular podcast timing. Enjoy!


0:00 introducing our guest

5:25 Privacy 

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