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Engility’s podcast series, Get S.E.T.—Science, Engineering and Technology—features interviews with those exploring innovation and futuristic approaches to problem solving. Guests discuss the latest advances in national defense, space science, and intelligence technology.

Latest Episodes

6: Nerd Talk, Robotic Rover and Internet of Things

Gartner says 20 billion connected products worldwide will make up the Internet of Things by 2020. We talk to an expert about the exciting growth and inevitable security risks of connected lives, and what to expect next. Selvan Snow, a Principal Enterprise Security Architect, walks us through the highs and lows of IoT, how different industries are adapting and utilizing IoT and what to think about when it comes to security concerns. We also talk about household voice assistants, digital twinning and more. GUEST: Selvan Snow, Principal Enterprise Security Architect

17 min2018 DEC 17
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6: Nerd Talk, Robotic Rover and Internet of Things

5: Secure the Vote: A Special Look into Election Security

With a short way to go to the U.S. midterm elections, we talk to cyber pros about exactly how foreign adversaries attempted to breach our systems during the 2016 election and how state security officials are preparing for this year’s elections. We learn about all the different facets to being prepared against an attack from Trevor Timmons, the CIO for the Secretary of State of Colorado. Colorado was one of 21 states targeted during the 2016 elections, but the state had been in security preparations for over a decade leading into that election. We also look at the broad implications of nation-state sponsored cyber war in a discussion with security pro who advises governments on cybersecurity. In 2007, the very first nation-state cyber war attack was launched on the country of Estonia. Now it is considered the most cyber-secure country on the planet. Hear what cyber pros learned from that attack and what a country has to do to get that title. Guests: Trevor Timmons, CIO, Secretary of...

39 min2018 OCT 23
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5: Secure the Vote: A Special Look into Election Security

4: A New Hope for New Cyber Workforce Talent

This week, we are tackling our preparedness in cybersecurity as a country. Do we have enough cyber professionals – and are they properly trained – to face our adversaries now and in the future? According to an NIST report, we have a cybersecurity workforce gap that needs to be addressed. What does it mean for us, from private businesses to critical infrastructure? In this episode, we learn about the changes in federal cybersecurity policy from Rick Weber, the editor of the Cybersecurity Insider. And we hear different perspectives on how the private sector, government and academia can address preparing professionals for a future in cyber. Guests: Rick Weber, Senior Editor and Co-founder, Inside Cybersecurity Dr. John Sahlin, Technical Director, Defense and Security Group, Engility Gary Hayslip, Vice President and CISO, Webroot; Advisory Board Member, National Technology Security Coalition The National Institute for Standards and Technology Report for the White House: U.S. needs imm...

45 min2018 AUG 25
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4: A New Hope for New Cyber Workforce Talent

3: The Mars Dust Storm and What it Means for Future Exploration

A big Martian dust storm has been looming over the planet since early summer 2018, and it's throwing a curve ball at our Mars Rover programs. Dr. Pamela Gay, of the famed AstronomyCast, talks to us about why the dust storm is more important than any of the other dust storms endured by our cute SUV-sized rovers, Opportunity and Curiosity. NASAResearch Astrophysicist Dr. Scott Guzewich leads a team of scientists for NASA in the investigation of the dust storm. He outlines the Rover programs, what the data is telling us, how this dust storm affects what we know about the planet, and how it will affect future exploratory missions. Guests: Dr. Pamela Gay, American Astronomer and host of AstronomyCast Dr. Scott Guzewich, NASA Research Astrophysicist at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Mars Rover Programs: NASA Curiosity program overview Updates and selfies from the Curiosity: @MarsCuriosity Updates and selfies from the Opportunity: @MarsRovers

37 min2018 JUL 27
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3: The Mars Dust Storm and What it Means for Future Exploration

2: Artificial Intelligence in Critical Government and Military Applications

Society is getting very comfortable with commercial applications of Artificial Intelligence, such as Facebook face-tagging or smart phone maps, but how does the government or military successfully use the latest in AI technology? AI experts discuss the latest in AI for large scale applications, the benefits and risks, and dispel the fear surrounding the possibility of AI displacing human jobs. GUESTS: Shane Garringer, Director, Technology Solutions, Engility Giorgio Bertoli, Senior Scientific Technical Manager for Offensive Cyber, U.S. Army Intelligence & Information Warfare Directorate

31 min2018 JUL 17
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2: Artificial Intelligence in Critical Government and Military Applications

1: The Space Race, Then and Now

The efforts in space exploration have evolved from countries trying to one-up each other to a global unity to conquering unchartered territory. Experts say where we are in technology can be compared to where computers were thirty years ago. What is driving private sector innovation now? In this episode, we hear different perspectives on why the focus on space exploration has drastically changed over the past 60 years. Frank White, author ofThe Overview Effect: Space Explorationand Human Evolution, explains the “OverviewEffect,” the cognitive shift space travelers gain upon viewing the Earth from orbit. He then discusses theories of how space exploration would be different today had JFK lived served out a second term. GUESTS: Gary Oleson, Senior Engineer, Engility Frank White, Author, The Overview Effect: Space Exploration and Human Evolution

36 min2018 JUL 9
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1: The Space Race, Then and Now
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Latest Episodes

6: Nerd Talk, Robotic Rover and Internet of Things

Gartner says 20 billion connected products worldwide will make up the Internet of Things by 2020. We talk to an expert about the exciting growth and inevitable security risks of connected lives, and what to expect next. Selvan Snow, a Principal Enterprise Security Architect, walks us through the highs and lows of IoT, how different industries are adapting and utilizing IoT and what to think about when it comes to security concerns. We also talk about household voice assistants, digital twinning and more. GUEST: Selvan Snow, Principal Enterprise Security Architect

17 min2018 DEC 17
Comments
6: Nerd Talk, Robotic Rover and Internet of Things

5: Secure the Vote: A Special Look into Election Security

With a short way to go to the U.S. midterm elections, we talk to cyber pros about exactly how foreign adversaries attempted to breach our systems during the 2016 election and how state security officials are preparing for this year’s elections. We learn about all the different facets to being prepared against an attack from Trevor Timmons, the CIO for the Secretary of State of Colorado. Colorado was one of 21 states targeted during the 2016 elections, but the state had been in security preparations for over a decade leading into that election. We also look at the broad implications of nation-state sponsored cyber war in a discussion with security pro who advises governments on cybersecurity. In 2007, the very first nation-state cyber war attack was launched on the country of Estonia. Now it is considered the most cyber-secure country on the planet. Hear what cyber pros learned from that attack and what a country has to do to get that title. Guests: Trevor Timmons, CIO, Secretary of...

39 min2018 OCT 23
Comments
5: Secure the Vote: A Special Look into Election Security

4: A New Hope for New Cyber Workforce Talent

This week, we are tackling our preparedness in cybersecurity as a country. Do we have enough cyber professionals – and are they properly trained – to face our adversaries now and in the future? According to an NIST report, we have a cybersecurity workforce gap that needs to be addressed. What does it mean for us, from private businesses to critical infrastructure? In this episode, we learn about the changes in federal cybersecurity policy from Rick Weber, the editor of the Cybersecurity Insider. And we hear different perspectives on how the private sector, government and academia can address preparing professionals for a future in cyber. Guests: Rick Weber, Senior Editor and Co-founder, Inside Cybersecurity Dr. John Sahlin, Technical Director, Defense and Security Group, Engility Gary Hayslip, Vice President and CISO, Webroot; Advisory Board Member, National Technology Security Coalition The National Institute for Standards and Technology Report for the White House: U.S. needs imm...

45 min2018 AUG 25
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4: A New Hope for New Cyber Workforce Talent

3: The Mars Dust Storm and What it Means for Future Exploration

A big Martian dust storm has been looming over the planet since early summer 2018, and it's throwing a curve ball at our Mars Rover programs. Dr. Pamela Gay, of the famed AstronomyCast, talks to us about why the dust storm is more important than any of the other dust storms endured by our cute SUV-sized rovers, Opportunity and Curiosity. NASAResearch Astrophysicist Dr. Scott Guzewich leads a team of scientists for NASA in the investigation of the dust storm. He outlines the Rover programs, what the data is telling us, how this dust storm affects what we know about the planet, and how it will affect future exploratory missions. Guests: Dr. Pamela Gay, American Astronomer and host of AstronomyCast Dr. Scott Guzewich, NASA Research Astrophysicist at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Mars Rover Programs: NASA Curiosity program overview Updates and selfies from the Curiosity: @MarsCuriosity Updates and selfies from the Opportunity: @MarsRovers

37 min2018 JUL 27
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3: The Mars Dust Storm and What it Means for Future Exploration

2: Artificial Intelligence in Critical Government and Military Applications

Society is getting very comfortable with commercial applications of Artificial Intelligence, such as Facebook face-tagging or smart phone maps, but how does the government or military successfully use the latest in AI technology? AI experts discuss the latest in AI for large scale applications, the benefits and risks, and dispel the fear surrounding the possibility of AI displacing human jobs. GUESTS: Shane Garringer, Director, Technology Solutions, Engility Giorgio Bertoli, Senior Scientific Technical Manager for Offensive Cyber, U.S. Army Intelligence & Information Warfare Directorate

31 min2018 JUL 17
Comments
2: Artificial Intelligence in Critical Government and Military Applications

1: The Space Race, Then and Now

The efforts in space exploration have evolved from countries trying to one-up each other to a global unity to conquering unchartered territory. Experts say where we are in technology can be compared to where computers were thirty years ago. What is driving private sector innovation now? In this episode, we hear different perspectives on why the focus on space exploration has drastically changed over the past 60 years. Frank White, author ofThe Overview Effect: Space Explorationand Human Evolution, explains the “OverviewEffect,” the cognitive shift space travelers gain upon viewing the Earth from orbit. He then discusses theories of how space exploration would be different today had JFK lived served out a second term. GUESTS: Gary Oleson, Senior Engineer, Engility Frank White, Author, The Overview Effect: Space Exploration and Human Evolution

36 min2018 JUL 9
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1: The Space Race, Then and Now
the END
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