In today’s show Mathew Erickson, manager of client services and technology, and Derek Huyser, corporate development lead from Spideroak, are explaining the disconnected trust between the institutions running the internet and the existing controls that are available for their rescue. They are also discussing the different middle-man issues for industries and the risks associated with them, and how data flow can be controlled by avoiding the middle-man. Value of intellectual capital and risks to this capital, and the importance of having a society that values the uninterrupted flow of information and its security, are some other topics explained in today’s show.
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