Linking to the cloud, Corporate hacks and more

Episode 7 January 18, 2021 00:45:53
Linking to the cloud, Corporate hacks and more
The Atlas Podcast
Linking to the cloud, Corporate hacks and more

Jan 18 2021 | 00:45:53

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Show Notes

This week we're discussing the Solar Winds hack and how it relates to the suspected Stuxnet attack in 2010.

We also take a look at linking your machines to the cloud

Finally, we have a chat with Svetan Ratchev of the University of Nottingham about the future of technology.

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