M2 TechCast Features Security, Rocket Fiber, App Camp

SOUTHFIELD — What holiday week slowdown? The M2 TechCast is back today for another Monday — and this episode features a stellar guest lineup that promises to make it the best TechCast yet!

Join hosts Matt Roush and Mike Brennan as they peruse tech and engineering topics far and wide with these guests…

3 – 3:15 pm – Security experts Dan Lohrmann and Richard Stiennon introduce a new TechCast feature, a monthly cybersecurity update. Stiennon, a longtime Detroit-area security expert, will be in the studio, while Lohrmann, a former state cybersecurity chief who is now CSO at Security Mentor Inc. in Grand Ledge, will be calling in.

3:15 to 3:30 — Lohrmann and Stiennon will stick around with Roush and Brennan, talking about the state of cybersecurity in Michigan with Michigan’s chief information security officer.

3:30 to 3:45 — Brennan and Roush will interview Rocket Fiber co-founder Randy Foster about the new Rocket $70-a-month gigabit internet service in downtown and midtown Detroit.

3:45 to 4 pm – Longtime tech entrepreneur, and now executive director of the Michigan Small Business Development Centers, Keith Brophy, and Linda Daichendt, executive director of the Mobile Technology Association fo Michigan, will talk about Mobile App Boot Camp, coming up Dec. 3 at Automation Alley in Troy.

Listen live to the M2 TechCast from 3 to 4 p.m. Mondays at http://www.podcastdetroit.com. Edited versions of the podcast area available by Wednesday of each week at the same site, or at http://www.soundcloud.com.

Roush is director of communications and public relations at The Engineering Society of Detroit, while Brennan is owner of Michigan Technology News, a tech news outlet, at http://www.mitechnews.com.

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