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On June 30, I had the pleasure of being a guest on “This Week in Enterprise Tech” (aka TWIET), hosted by Fr. Robert Ballacer on  the TWIT.TV network. I was joined by journalist Joe Panettieri, and we had a good discussion regarding this topic.

This web show (available in audio or video) is one of my “regulars” since I subscribe to it and listen to the audio version every week while commuting or traveling.

In our discussion, we talked about things like:

  • How to tell which systems you can trust;
  • How to determine what you’ve lost;
  • How to restore things to a trustworthy, defensible state;
  • How to communicate with your customers and business executives;
  • And more.

If you’d like to watch or listen, you can do so on the TWIET site, or by clicking on the image below.

This Week in Enterprise Tech episode 97: Dwayne Melancon on Data Breaches

Incidentally, they always start the show by discussing tech news story, then bring in their guests. I join about 29 minutes into this episode. If you’re involved in enterprise tech, I recommend making TWIET a regular part of your tech information diet.

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