Dialedin: The Most Adaptable to Change

Dialedin: The Most Adaptable to Change

By Kyle Burt
Dialedin is a podcast for lean forward leaders, those who are the most adaptable to change. We feature leaders you’ve probably never heard of before, leaders who are insatiably focused, under the radar, and are truly "Dialed in" to their purpose. Hosted by Kyle Burt, the founder of CatchCloud.com, a technology advisory firm for lean forward business leaders. When we’re not interviewing Dialedin Leaders, we'll be sharing tips, stories, and news to help you become the most adaptable to change.
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62. Hacking the Clock | Mark Houpt, CISO, Databank

Dialedin: The Most Adaptable to Change

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Dialedin: The Most Adaptable to Change

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I Have Failed this Podcast: Quarantine Reflections
I have failed this podcast. The biggest irony of all is that this show is titled "Dialedin" yet it is anything but that. But I don't know how to stop. I can't stop. I don't want to stop. It's like a run-away train, except its not even dialed in to the tracks. Why? I am by nature, a generalist. Therefore I find it very difficult to stick to a "niche." As result, I feel like this podcast does not provide enough value nor does it have the right focus (speaking about this moment in time specifically). I have always been the one to jump first and build the plane on the way down. I think I built enough of a plane here to not crash and burn, but we definitely did not get the lift off I was hopeful for.  That's ok. This is my L and I own it.  During this COVID-19 pandemic, I know that I am not the most successful in the room, but I am also not human number 7.64 billion - my perspective is in check (somebody always has it worse than you). But I've been asking myself, how did I get here? I think the answer to that is I have been on a journey to becoming the most adaptable to change. Being open minded at all times, not afraid to try new things and experiment; I adapted here. And so, I realized that this is exactly my purpose. To use this platform to help others get Dialedin, get on the path to becoming the most adaptable to change.  How many others out here are also struggling to define their purpose? How many others know they need to change, yet struggle with it? This is my renewed vision; my new purpose. I hope you'll join me in this quest. - Let's connect on Linkedin Https://www.CatchKyle.com
08:17
March 26, 2020
67. Redefining Social Anxiety, Mental Health | Mark Metry
Mark Metry is a Forbes Featured keynote speaker, on an Amazon Prime Documentary Series & interviews world-class human beings on the global top 100 podcast, Humans 2.0.   But before all of that happened, Mark couldn't even make direct eye contact with anyone and suffered from social anxiety from health issues & not living the life he was strategically designed to live. His 1st book, just released, is aimed to help people adapt to their social anxiety and improve their mental health. Mark's Book: Screw Being Shy Best Business Book: Mark Manson: Everything is F*cked - Subscribe to the YouTube channel for the full experience Connect with Kyle Burt on Linkedin Follow #DialedinLive - Dialedin.live *may include affiliate links that we earn a small commission from to help fund this channel
57:04
March 17, 2020
66. You Think You Have A Unicorn / Michael Gorton, Teladoc Founder, 12X Entrepreneur
Michael Gorton is a 12-time serial entrepreneur who has created over $9 billion in net worth from companies he has started. The lessons learned from building, funding and selling 12 companies are revealed in his best selling book Broken Handoff, a book that educates BOTH entrepreneurs and investors. Audacious goals and adventure have always been an integral part of his daily life. The results of these goals can be seen in industry changing results from companies he has founded like Internet Global, Teladoc, Palo Duro Records, and Principal Solar. The current goal is to continue developing new ideas and technologies that have a transformative foundation, and can generate returns for stakeholders. Two of his books have made Amazon Top 10 lists, with Forefathers and Founding Fathers reaching the #1 position. In the world of adventure, Michael and his family are climbing the highest point of elevation (mountain) in each of the 50 states. Michael has 41complete with 9 to go. He is working on his 3rd degree black belt in Kenpo Karate from Jim Dryburgh's Power Kenpo Studio. - Subscribe to the YouTube channel for the full experience Connect with Kyle Burt on Linkedin Follow #DialedinLive - Dialedin.live *may include affiliate links that we earn a small commission from to help fund this channel
47:01
March 13, 2020
65. The Hype vs. Reality of Artificial Intelligence (AI) / Deepak Seth, IT Thought Leader
Deepak Seth is a global technology leader with 20+ years of progressive experience in IT strategy & innovation. - Subscribe to the YouTube channel for the full experience Connect with Kyle Burt on Linkedin Follow #DialedinLive - Dialedin.live *may include affiliate links that we earn a small commission from to help fund this channel
1:27:10
March 2, 2020
64. Quantum Cryptology, Schrodinger's Cat, & China vs. the World: Race to Quantum Supremacy / Eric Yancy
It this podcast posted, not posted on Youtube, both, or neither?   We went deep into Quantum Cryptography, Schrodinger's Cat, Quibits, and the race to Quantum Supremacy (China versus the world) on this one 🤯   Eric Yancy is the Information Security officer for the City of Irving with responsibility for the city wide Information Security program and control framework.  Prior to working at the City of Irving, Eric was the Information Security Officer for one of the largest business to business travel websites.   With over 20 years of experience in Information Security, Eric has extensive knowledge in assuring the protection of the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information systems.  Eric retains multiple information security credentials including Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Information Systems Manager (CISM), Certified Cloud Security Knowledge (CCSK), Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) and two National Security Agency certifications on Information Security Assessments. Eric has also been recognized in the International “Who’s Who of Information Technology”.   Best Business Book: The Phoenix Project Today's Caller: Deepak Seth - Subscribe to the YouTube channel for the full experience Connect with Kyle Burt on Linkedin Follow #DialedinLive - Dialedin.live *may include affiliate links that we earn a small commission from to help fund this channel
1:06:42
February 27, 2020
63. 5G Future & Private LTE Networking, Peter Cappiello CEO of Future Technologies
Peter Cappiello has 15 years in the wireless space with a sales background that lead to being CEO of Future Technologies Venture LLC. Personally and our company we are best known for being agile problem solvers to fix existing networks to function efficiently or design and build new networks for public and private customers using wireless technologies. Specifically in the last 10 years we have built many private cellular networks (Private LTE) for many different private customers that is somewhat unique in the market place. Best Business Book: Good to Great & Great By Choice - Subscribe to the YouTube channel for the full experience Connect with Kyle Burt on Linkedin Follow #DialedinLive - Dialedin.live *may include affiliate links that we earn a small commission from to help fund this channel
59:33
February 26, 2020
62. Hacking the Clock | Mark Houpt, CISO, Databank
http://Dialedin.live As Chief Information Security Officer of DataBank, Mark brings over 25 years of extensive information security and information technology experience in a  wide range of industries and institutions. Mark joined DataBank in September of 2017 with the acquisition of Edge Hosting (CISO since 2015). In his leadership position, Mark’s responsibilities include strategic planning, oversight of security and compliance, as well as providing subject matter expertise for developing and maintaining a comprehensive, integrated information security and compliance program. Mark is  a successful security entrepreneur, previously owning and operating a security consulting firm and hosting a security blog. Also, he has been responsible for security and compliance solutions at  Fortune 50 financial and banking institutions, health care entities, the CTO in a  higher education institution, a technical operations manager in a startup as well as the role he credits for starting it all, a  Cryptologist with the U.S. Navy.   Mark holds numerous security and technical degrees and certifications including a Masters in Information Security and Assurance, the Certified Information System Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Cloud Security Professional (CCSP), Certified Ethical Hacker (CEHv9), Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator (CHFI), Security +, Network +  and A+.  Speed Dial [30:00] 2020 Words for the Year: Unpredictable, Ransomware, Chaos [33:00] Best Business Book: 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership by John Maxwell [33:40] Favorite Resource: James Azar's Cyberhub Engage Podcast [36:00] Tell your 18 yr. old self: Respond rather than react [37:00] Best Compliment: Every job I've ever left, people were upset that I was leaving [40:15] Top Celebrity or Personality You Would Meet: Abraham Lincoln [43:39] Daily Dialedin Habit: Prayer -- Connect with Mark Houpt on Linkedin 📺 Watch on YouTube Watch the replay on Linkedin ----------- Twitter: @catchkyle Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/catchkyle YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/KyleBurt
46:57
February 17, 2020
61. The Man Behind the CIO, Tony Wilkins
61 | THE MAN BEHIND THE CIO | TONY WILKINS   Anthony R. Wilkins, aka - Tony Wilkins – Veteran; Philanthropist; Thought Leader in IT Infrastructure, Applications, Operations, and Security. The man behind the CIO, taking a more tactical approach to situations that aligns modern solutions for a company’s long-term growth.   Tony Wilkins spent the last 10-15 years building up teams, technology, and processes that elevated the business across various industries (Real Estate, Healthcare, Financial, and Fitness). Companies include EyeCare Service Partners, Gold's Gym, Texas Health Resources, Wizetrade, and Realm Business Solutions (aka CTI). Serve in community organizations: Vets What's Next, Unite the Troops, Girl Scout of America, and Christian Community Action.   Favorite Quote:   "Empty your mind, be formless, shapeless — like water. Now you put water in a cup, it becomes the cup; You put water into a bottle it becomes the bottle; You put it in a teapot it becomes the teapot. Now water can flow or it can crash." - Bruce Lee   Top Book:  Up the Organization: How to Stop the Corporation from Stifling People and Strangling Profits Personality I would like to meet: Bill Gates   Connect with Tony on Linkedin  --   Subscribe to YouTube to watch this episode   Follow #DialedinLive for more    Connect with me on Linkedin *may include affiliate links that we earn a small commission from*
1:02:57
February 5, 2020
59. Women in Tech, Imposter Syndrome, Young Women in STEM | Kelly Flowers
59 | TECH | KELLY FLOWERS - Kelly Flowers is the founder of Women Leading Technology, a non profit group that supports women in tech and sends young women to stem camp, in association with the Girl Scouts and similar organizations. Her mission is to enable young women with the opportunity to get involved in the ultra male dominated tech industry. She's Reading: The Circle Maker - Show Notes [2:02] Most Dialedin to Networking & Partnerships [2:33] Why should Women be attracted to the tech industry? [4:50] Its a sorority, for working women in tech. [7:30] STEM or STEAAM? Why is it important? [13:01] Mother of Three, Full Time Account Executive, & Running a Non-Profit - How do you find the time? [16:25] Much is given, much is required. Speed Dial [17:30] One Word fro 2020: Driven [18:30] Best Business Book: The Circle Maker [19:01] Imposter Syndrome affects all of us [19:51] You Are Already Enough. [21:00] Resource: Women Leading Technology [21:30] Podcast: Dialedin Live [22:20] One Person Who Made the Biggest Impact: Mack Stentson [23:13] Wish I could Meet: Jerry Jones [23:38] Best Compliment: "You Are A Go-Getter" [25:10] Daily Habit: "I post a daily quote on social media" - For more check out Dialedin.live
29:03
January 23, 2020
58. [STARTUP] Digitally Connecting Fans to Pro Athletes & Celebs | Josh Bryant, Founder Fangage
Episode 58 features Josh Bryant, the co-founder of Fangage, a startup that connects fans to pro athletes and celebrities to provide live digital signatures from highly successful professionals such as co-founder Emmanuel Sanders, wide receiver for the San Francisco 49ers.
44:48
January 17, 2020
57. [TECH] Making The Gig Economy Real For Corporate | Deepak Seth
We got Dialedin with Deepak Seth to discuss the gig economy, corporate America, and the compounding effects we expect to see in 2020.  Deepak Seth is a global technology leader driving strategy and innovation.  Follow #DialedinLive on social media Shout out to our live caller Robert Duran from Albuquerque, NM - - - Linkedin Live Replay - Originally aired on Jan. 14th 2020, 3PM CST Visit Dialedin.live for more info
46:53
January 16, 2020
Trailer: What is Dialedin Live and why should you listen?
For more info, visit Dialedin.live
01:09
January 8, 2020
56. Too Many Opportunities in Esports, Breaking up with a Co-Founder, w/ Zach Sass
Startup Episode 56 featuring Zach Sass, a startup founder of an esports apparel business, Sector Six. They provide custom esports apparel for teams, leagues, and schools. We discussed the massive opportunity that exists for esports startups in 2020, breaking up with a co-founder, and Kevin the mannequin (we love Kevin).  Enjoy! Follow on Linkedin or visit Dialedin.live
53:04
January 8, 2020
55. Holiday Cyber Attacks, Social Engineering, & an UberTooth w/ Royce Humpert Jr.
Episode 55 featuring Royce Humpert Jr, an active CyberSecurity practitioner and former AVP of Information Security for a large bank in Dallas, TX. We talked about holiday scams to lookout for, social engineering, and even a hacking device called an UberTooth, still not sure if that’s for hacking Uber drivers or something else, more on that on a future episode. There’s a lot to unpack here to keep ourselves safe from cyber attacks, enjoy. Watch the original live show Follow on Linkedin or visit Dialedin.live
1:03:05
January 7, 2020
How to Get A Meeting With Anyone / Stu Heinecke
Stu Heinecke, awarded marketer, Wall Street Journal cartoonist, & author of “How To Get A Meeting With Anyone” shares extraordinary experiences with us of getting meetings with high profile CEO’s and individuals. Connect with Stu Heinecke Https://www.linkedin.com/in/stuheinecke Please do NOT hesitate to reach out to me for any reason on LinkedIn, Instagram, or via email Kyle@catchcloud.com Connect with me on Social Media Links here > https://www.catchkyle.com
51:05
November 21, 2019
What keeps Cybersecurity professionals asleep at night? Risk management w/ Josh Sokol
Cybersecurity Risk Management with Josh Sokol of Simple Risk. Josh has been involved in info-security since he was a child and has spent his career in the field. When he discovered risk management as a tool, it changed his perspective on cyber defenses.  "Risk management allows cybersecurity professional to sleep better at night..." Also covered in this episode: Personal cybersecurity: do's & don'ts VPNs, Passwords, & MFA Blue Keep // next potential WannaCry ransomware lookalike Vendor risk management // Target, Equifax Connect with Josh Sokol on Linkedin Visit Simple Risk for free open source risk management software -- Connect with Kyle Burt on Linkedin to tune in LIVE
1:03:04
November 18, 2019
Entrepreneur’s Fears of Pigeon-Holing w/ Max Mirho
“The riches are in the niches,” this is a phrase we entrepreneurs commonly hear. There is a ton of truth in this statement, yet so many of us have this underlying fear of being pigeon-holed into the niche we choose. We discussed this topic with in depth with student entrepreneur Max Mirho. Max is the host of the #Entreprenerd live series where he builds mini companies live on LinkedIn every Saturday. Https://www.LinkedIn.com/in/maxmirho
1:10:08
November 14, 2019
The Parallels of Stick-fighting & CyberSecurity w/ David Belanger
David Belanger has spent over 20 years in information technology as a Cybersecurity expert, but he also shares with us another life long passion... David has been practicing the art of stick-fighting, a.k.a. Filipino Arnis for 29 years, since his high school days. On this episode, he offers up some very interesting parallels on martial arts and cybersecurity, as it relates to risk management, vulnerability, and preparation for an attack. - Follow on Linkedin or visit CatchKyle.com
41:11
July 25, 2019
Healthcare CIO TAPs Into Your MESS w/ John Ragsdale
John Ragsdale, a 25 year Healthcare IT Executive & Chief Information Officer (CIO) shares his journey in the world of information technology and announces his transition from CIO to startup founder. While overseeing the IT operations for his previous employers, John recognized a serious gap in technology: for various use cases, businesses are still relying heavily on Manual Efforts and Spread Sheets (MESS). He developed a "digital toolbox" with a set of developer tools that aim at improving workflow, refining manual efforts, and limiting the need for spread sheets. He started a new venture with his Co-Founder and partner Rimond Allam, Chief Architect. The App Place, or TAP Innovations is the end result.  Connect with John on Linkedin and visit www.tapinnov.com - Live streaming new episodes on LinkedIn every Wednesday Follow on Linkedin or visit www.CatchKyle.com
42:05
July 22, 2019
Women Leading Technology w/ Kelly Flowers
Kelly Flowers is building a women in technology sorority with the goal of becoming, "as big as the girls scouts." She is Dialedin to Data Center hardware, maintenance, and migrations - but more importantly, she has a big heart for community. Kelly Lowers on Linkedin WomenLeadingTechnology.org www.CatchKyle.com
43:18
July 19, 2019
The Changing Role of the CIO w/ Mike Cromwell & Toby Buckalew
The Changing Role of the CIO Michael Cromwell is an entrepreneur, founder of EagleTech Solutions and Publisher for the UC Buyer LinkedIn.com/in/MikeCromwell Surprise caller, Toby Buckalew, CIO currently in Transition LinkedIn.com/in/TobyBuckalew LIVE podcast on LinkedIn every Wed. @ 10a central - For more info and to connect visit: www.CatchKyle.com
29:19
June 12, 2019
The Evolution of Buyers & Sellers w/ Donald C. Kelly
Donald C. Kelly of the Sales Evangelist podcast and I chat in front of a Linkedin Live audience about the evolution of buyers & sellers. - Check out his podcast, the Sales Evangelist https://thesalesevangelist.com/ - Connect with Donald on Linkedin https://LinkedIn.com/in/DonaldCKelly -  LIVE podcast on LinkedIn every Wed 10A & Thur 2P central Follow on Linkedin to tune in LIVE - For more info and to connect visit CatchKyle.com
55:39
June 5, 2019
Had Money, Lost Everything, Started Again w/Steve Gumm
LIVE podcast on LinkedIn every Wed. @ 10:30a CT Follow on Linkedin to tune in LIVE https://www.linkedin.com/in/catchkyle - Throwback Thursday: Steve Gumm is an entrepreneur who runs a digital marketing agency in Chicago, Il. He also makes hats...for the cast of Survivor; and a host of other things too. LinkedIn.com/in/StevenGumm - For more info and to connect visit: www.CatchKyle.com
25:27
May 23, 2019
OTT Video Marketing Trends, Blockchain, & Customer Experience w/ Kirk Lee
LIVE podcast on LinkedIn every Wed. @ 10:30a CT Follow on Linkedin to tune in LIVE https://www.linkedin.com/in/catchkyle - Kirk Lee of TrendiMarketing.com answering questions from LinkedIn LIVE and sharing his views on OTT video marketing (inside of TV apps). He started as the IT guy and ended up as head of marketing. In his process, he fell in love with marketing and now runs his own agency. Https://www.trendimarketing.com - For more info and to connect visit: www.CatchKyle.com
18:06
May 22, 2019
What does it take to be an IT leader? w/Kirk Lee of TrendiMarketing.com
LIVE podcast on LinkedIn every Wed. @ 10:30a CT Follow on Linkedin to tune in LIVE https://www.linkedin.com/in/catchkyle - Kirk Lee of TrendiMarketing.com shares his story of working for one of the most respected injury lawyers in Dallas, the late Brian Loncar. He started as the IT guy and ended up mastering marketing in his quest to “keep busy” at work. In the process, he fell in love with marketing and now runs his own agency. Https://www.trendimarketing.com - For more info and to connect visit: www.CatchKyle.com
07:29
May 21, 2019
From IT Guy to Marketing Maven / Kirk Lee, TrendiMarketing.com
LIVE podcast on LinkedIn every Wed. @ 10:30a CT Follow on Linkedin to tune in LIVE linkedin.com/in/catchkyle - Kirk Lee of TrendiMarketing.com shares his story of working for one of the most respected injury lawyers in Dallas, the late Brian Loncar. He started as the IT guy and ended up mastering marketing in his quest to “keep busy” at work. In the process, he fell in love with marketing and now runs his own agency. Https://www.trendimarketing.com - For more info and to connect visit: CatchKyle.com
05:34
May 20, 2019
Don't Do it For The Downloads w/ Julian Placino
This podcast is previously recorded live on Linkedin. New guest every Wednesday @ 10:30a CST // #ConnectedWithKyle To join in on future episodes, follow #ConnectedWithKyle on Linkedin and connect with me to be notified of the show. -- For more information about Julian Placino and to follow his podcast, visit http://www.julianplacino.com 
42:07
May 9, 2019
Psychoanalyses & InfoSecurity w/ Greg Genung
Greg Genung of www.WhoType.com talks on Infosecurity and the Psychoanalyses of human behavior and its relation to organizational security/culture. Get WhoTyped at www.WhoType.com
58:27
April 23, 2019
"It Costs Us $20K/Hour of Downtime," Jason Jackson, IT Director for American Glass
Working in a family owned business, Jason earned his way up the ranks from a glass delivery driver, to the director of IT operations for the largest auto glass distributor in TOLA (Texas-Oklahoma-Louisiana-Arkansas). "I built my first computer with my dad when I was 9 years old...he taught me everything I knew" When Jason took over the IT operations, there were decentralized systems with zero failover. Outages happened frequently and cost the company an estimated $20k/hour between missed opportunities, employee wages, and other damages. Fast forward to now, Jason has managed to overhaul the entire network. Leveraging a cloud based phone system (UCaaS) from RingCentral along with SD-WAN (software-defined wide area network) from Cisco Meraki, he has built a network that simply has not gone down, period.  What do you think is most valuable skill for IT leaders? "Troubleshooting: Don't be afraid to bring on a new project and just play with it; break it, fix it, that's how you learn it," For more info about the show, visit: www.CatchCloud.com/podcast
32:05
April 3, 2019