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Podcast by Mike Kiser

Latest Episodes

Go Blue? The Customer Experience

Loma Miller joins us to talk about the “customer experience” (16:31)— from pizza to haircuts to University of Michigan Football (yes, we covered a lot of ground.) Hannah Giles and Natalie Reina cover the headlines (2:38), which include a return to prominence by Ashley Madison, how Twitter can allow others to see your phone number without your consent, and the impact of the Coronavirus on an inbox near you. Finally, Loma runs the gauntlet of a new segment: “10 Questions.” It’s a cornucopia of coverage on this episode of Mistaken Identity. [Our producers have asked us to note, without editorial commentary, that Michigan went 9-4 this past year.]

44 MIN2 w ago
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Go Blue? The Customer Experience

News Update 1-30-2020

Head over to our new Trust Issues podcast to get this weekly news update. Available wherever you get your podcasts!

2 MIN3 w ago
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News Update 1-30-2020

A Time for Everything

Amidst the current heatwave, David Lee and Mike Kiser review the late summer identity landscape. They (well, Mike) propose a strategy for paying for the recent series of compliance-related fines by eliminating the entire public relations department, contemplate four days in a Dominican jail with John McAfee, and explore what the future holds sans Botox via the recent FaceApp debacle. [Note: no privacy terms were harmed in the recording of this podcast.] Although we’ve used this label before, this is a “very special” episode, as is it's David’s final time hosting Mistaken Identity; the cast and crew wish him well in his new adventure. Have no fear, though, faithful listener — Mistaken Identity will continue to inform and delight with all things identity, like a cold spring-fed pool in the heat of a late Austin summer. (And yes, we’re taking the rest of the day off to go jump in Barton Springs.)

22 MIN2019 SEP 5
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A Time for Everything

Mistaken Identity | Identiverse 2019: A Capitol Affair

Mistaken Identity | Identiverse 2019: A Capitol Affair by Mike Kiser

55 MIN2019 JUL 17
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Mistaken Identity | Identiverse 2019: A Capitol Affair

Navigate 2019 and Predictive Identity

David Lee and Mike Kiser take you “live” to Navigate 2019 in beautiful Austin, TX in this very special episode of Mistaken Identity. Dr. Jen Golbeck explores the ethical issues that we face as we seek to employ algorithms and identity, VP of Product Management Rick Weinberg discusses the future of predictive identity, and SVP of Software Mike Siegel lays out a strategy for being an identity advocate in your organization. The episode wraps up with a description of what the Golden State Warriors can do to avoid an NBA Finals loss to the Toronto Raptors. (Spoiler alert: basically not much — congrats, Canada!) As a final note — your ears do not deceive you — we’re in the process of upgrading our podcasting equipment: so sit back and enjoy an enhanced version of the dulcet, silky tones of David’s sonorous voice (and endure Mike’s helium-inspired staccato as well).

60 MIN2019 JUN 26
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Navigate 2019 and Predictive Identity

RSA: The Wrath of Swag

If you weren’t able to make it San Francisco in early March for the RSA Conference, fear not — your intrepid men on the street, David Lee and Mike Kiser, traveled the highways and byways of the Bay Area to delve deep into the heart of the Moscone Center. Learn what it was like to be a part of the small temporary city that convenes once a year in the city by the Bay. Also discussed: the joy of fake online dating to defraud the lonely, the Mirai botnet invades the enterprise, and the details of the latest (at the time of recording) Facebook security disclosure. You’ll have to wait until the next podcast, however, to find out if Mike escapes from the large shipping container that he apparently found himself in.

34 MIN2019 APR 5
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RSA: The Wrath of Swag

34 | Mistaken Identity | My DNA, My Malware

It’s hard enough to separate the malicious actors from the valid users in today’s environments without also having to separate humans from the malware itself. Mistaken Identity’s David Lee and Mike Kiser explore the coming reality in which exploits are hard-coded into the DNA of humans. Also discussed – the Chrome browser helps with password hygiene, FaceTime showing call previews without consent, and then we plumb the depths of the evil that lurks within Super Mario. Tip your waiters, try the veal, and stay for the sojourn into the dystopian future.

29 MIN2019 FEB 16
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34 | Mistaken Identity | My DNA, My Malware

33 | Mistaken Identity | The 57 Million Dollar Question

The phrase, “probably worth a google” takes on a whole new shade of meaning as Mistaken Identity explores the fourth fine levied under GDPR. Google was fined $57 million for inadequate user consent by a French data privacy agency. Is this the “big one” that people have been waiting for to show that privacy regulation has the power to change corporate behavior? Sit back while David Lee and Mike Kiser discuss the potential implications for Google and what is front of mind for organizations today. We celebrate Data Privacy Day as we also discuss whether collecting biometrics causes harm, a Dutch surgeon’s right to be forgotten, and a massive mortgage database breach. (And you thought that high property taxes and those pesky neighborhood kids were your biggest concerns as a homeowner.)

34 MIN2019 FEB 1
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33 | Mistaken Identity | The 57 Million Dollar Question

32 | Mistaken Identity | You Had One Word

Describe the next year in identity in one word.” David Lee and Mike Kiser take up this challenge as they forecast the coming twelve months. (Spoiler alert: the episode is 34 minutes long, so apparently there was more to say than a single term.) Headlines include: newspaper printing presses stopped by ransomware, how to see your neighbors’ security camera footage, and the meltdown/spectre vulnerability one year later. The discussion closes with an opportunity to watch a Swedish film in a coffin. Start your aural 2019 journey with a new episode for a new year.

34 MIN2019 JAN 11
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32 | Mistaken Identity | You Had One Word

31 | Mistaken Identity | Giving Thanks

This episode is all about thankfulness. David Lee and Mike Kiser recount their blessings and what the security community as a whole has to be thankful for during this (United States-centric) holiday. (It’s a rather long list.) Headlines include: bots booking cross-country flights, a cybersecurity czar who’s never used a computer, and the creation of “master” fingerprints that can unlock biometric-based security. Round out this food-based holiday season with a long-winded story about how it is (or isn’t) possible for the human body to consume a gallon of milk in an hour.

38 MIN2018 NOV 27
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31 | Mistaken Identity | Giving Thanks

Latest Episodes

Go Blue? The Customer Experience

Loma Miller joins us to talk about the “customer experience” (16:31)— from pizza to haircuts to University of Michigan Football (yes, we covered a lot of ground.) Hannah Giles and Natalie Reina cover the headlines (2:38), which include a return to prominence by Ashley Madison, how Twitter can allow others to see your phone number without your consent, and the impact of the Coronavirus on an inbox near you. Finally, Loma runs the gauntlet of a new segment: “10 Questions.” It’s a cornucopia of coverage on this episode of Mistaken Identity. [Our producers have asked us to note, without editorial commentary, that Michigan went 9-4 this past year.]

44 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Go Blue? The Customer Experience

News Update 1-30-2020

Head over to our new Trust Issues podcast to get this weekly news update. Available wherever you get your podcasts!

2 MIN3 w ago
Comments
News Update 1-30-2020

A Time for Everything

Amidst the current heatwave, David Lee and Mike Kiser review the late summer identity landscape. They (well, Mike) propose a strategy for paying for the recent series of compliance-related fines by eliminating the entire public relations department, contemplate four days in a Dominican jail with John McAfee, and explore what the future holds sans Botox via the recent FaceApp debacle. [Note: no privacy terms were harmed in the recording of this podcast.] Although we’ve used this label before, this is a “very special” episode, as is it's David’s final time hosting Mistaken Identity; the cast and crew wish him well in his new adventure. Have no fear, though, faithful listener — Mistaken Identity will continue to inform and delight with all things identity, like a cold spring-fed pool in the heat of a late Austin summer. (And yes, we’re taking the rest of the day off to go jump in Barton Springs.)

22 MIN2019 SEP 5
Comments
A Time for Everything

Mistaken Identity | Identiverse 2019: A Capitol Affair

Mistaken Identity | Identiverse 2019: A Capitol Affair by Mike Kiser

55 MIN2019 JUL 17
Comments
Mistaken Identity | Identiverse 2019: A Capitol Affair

Navigate 2019 and Predictive Identity

David Lee and Mike Kiser take you “live” to Navigate 2019 in beautiful Austin, TX in this very special episode of Mistaken Identity. Dr. Jen Golbeck explores the ethical issues that we face as we seek to employ algorithms and identity, VP of Product Management Rick Weinberg discusses the future of predictive identity, and SVP of Software Mike Siegel lays out a strategy for being an identity advocate in your organization. The episode wraps up with a description of what the Golden State Warriors can do to avoid an NBA Finals loss to the Toronto Raptors. (Spoiler alert: basically not much — congrats, Canada!) As a final note — your ears do not deceive you — we’re in the process of upgrading our podcasting equipment: so sit back and enjoy an enhanced version of the dulcet, silky tones of David’s sonorous voice (and endure Mike’s helium-inspired staccato as well).

60 MIN2019 JUN 26
Comments
Navigate 2019 and Predictive Identity

RSA: The Wrath of Swag

If you weren’t able to make it San Francisco in early March for the RSA Conference, fear not — your intrepid men on the street, David Lee and Mike Kiser, traveled the highways and byways of the Bay Area to delve deep into the heart of the Moscone Center. Learn what it was like to be a part of the small temporary city that convenes once a year in the city by the Bay. Also discussed: the joy of fake online dating to defraud the lonely, the Mirai botnet invades the enterprise, and the details of the latest (at the time of recording) Facebook security disclosure. You’ll have to wait until the next podcast, however, to find out if Mike escapes from the large shipping container that he apparently found himself in.

34 MIN2019 APR 5
Comments
RSA: The Wrath of Swag

34 | Mistaken Identity | My DNA, My Malware

It’s hard enough to separate the malicious actors from the valid users in today’s environments without also having to separate humans from the malware itself. Mistaken Identity’s David Lee and Mike Kiser explore the coming reality in which exploits are hard-coded into the DNA of humans. Also discussed – the Chrome browser helps with password hygiene, FaceTime showing call previews without consent, and then we plumb the depths of the evil that lurks within Super Mario. Tip your waiters, try the veal, and stay for the sojourn into the dystopian future.

29 MIN2019 FEB 16
Comments
34 | Mistaken Identity | My DNA, My Malware

33 | Mistaken Identity | The 57 Million Dollar Question

The phrase, “probably worth a google” takes on a whole new shade of meaning as Mistaken Identity explores the fourth fine levied under GDPR. Google was fined $57 million for inadequate user consent by a French data privacy agency. Is this the “big one” that people have been waiting for to show that privacy regulation has the power to change corporate behavior? Sit back while David Lee and Mike Kiser discuss the potential implications for Google and what is front of mind for organizations today. We celebrate Data Privacy Day as we also discuss whether collecting biometrics causes harm, a Dutch surgeon’s right to be forgotten, and a massive mortgage database breach. (And you thought that high property taxes and those pesky neighborhood kids were your biggest concerns as a homeowner.)

34 MIN2019 FEB 1
Comments
33 | Mistaken Identity | The 57 Million Dollar Question

32 | Mistaken Identity | You Had One Word

Describe the next year in identity in one word.” David Lee and Mike Kiser take up this challenge as they forecast the coming twelve months. (Spoiler alert: the episode is 34 minutes long, so apparently there was more to say than a single term.) Headlines include: newspaper printing presses stopped by ransomware, how to see your neighbors’ security camera footage, and the meltdown/spectre vulnerability one year later. The discussion closes with an opportunity to watch a Swedish film in a coffin. Start your aural 2019 journey with a new episode for a new year.

34 MIN2019 JAN 11
Comments
32 | Mistaken Identity | You Had One Word

31 | Mistaken Identity | Giving Thanks

This episode is all about thankfulness. David Lee and Mike Kiser recount their blessings and what the security community as a whole has to be thankful for during this (United States-centric) holiday. (It’s a rather long list.) Headlines include: bots booking cross-country flights, a cybersecurity czar who’s never used a computer, and the creation of “master” fingerprints that can unlock biometric-based security. Round out this food-based holiday season with a long-winded story about how it is (or isn’t) possible for the human body to consume a gallon of milk in an hour.

38 MIN2018 NOV 27
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31 | Mistaken Identity | Giving Thanks
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