There was a time when the best way to understand your sexuality — if you tried to understand it at all — was to turn to magazines and cookie-cutter advice columns. But as technology has transformed the way we relate to each other, it's also changed the way we fall in love and even the way we have sex. Our digital and off-line lives have become so intermingled that everything we do, including each other, has been affected. Everyone is unique in their desires and sexuality, and the only way to truly own your sexuality is to explore the connections between sex, technology and the rest of your life. On Future of Sex, tech strategist, researcher, and sex and relationship coach Bryony Cole, will create a safe place to help you understand your own unique sexuality, desires and how to create a fun, shame-free, tech-filled sex life. Real talk. No bullshit. That's the future of sex.
By Bryony Cole
Federal News Network's Cyber Chat with Sean Kelley is a monthly show featuring interviews with experts in IT and Information Security discussing the latest trends and hottest cyber topics and challenges impacting the federal community.
By PodcastOne / Federal News Radio
Brett Johnson and Karisse Hendrick are both anti-cybercrime experts. But, with very different experiences. Karisse has worked with hundreds of the World's largest e-commerce and mobile companies to help them prevent payment fraud and other threats to their bottom line and customers. Brett, started his journey as an online fraudster, creating the first darknet forum for buying & selling credit cards and was responsible for creating the criminal enterprise that commits identity theft, credit card fraud and many other online scams. But, after landing on the Secret Service's Most Wanted List and serving his time, he's been reformed and now dedicated his career to helping consumers and online companies prevent fraud from people he used to be.
By Brett Johnson and Karisse Hendrick
Welcome to PowerCast, the Johnson City Power Board's weekly podcast. Join us each Friday when we feature interviews, discussions, and reviews of current events and issues affecting JCPB customer-owners. To ask a question, make a comment, or suggest a topic for the PowerCast, send us an email via the link to the right or call and leave a voice message at (423) 952-5165. Don't forget; you can also follow us at JCPowerBoard on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Blogger!
By JCPB Public Relations