Dakota State University in Madison has launched a brand-new monthly podcast about all things cyber and technology. It’s called Cyberology and each episode will feature conversations with innovative and expert members of the Trojan family. Cyberology is hosted by Jen Burris from DSU’s Marketing & Communications Department, with rotating co-hosts from the DSU campus.
The first episode focuses on cybercrime and the dark web and features two DSU experts, Dr. Ashley Podhradsky and Dr. Arica Kulm. Together they talk about their work in a digital forensics lab that is a regional resource for law enforcement agencies and businesses who have been victimized by cyber criminals, and the different types of cybercrime. They also discuss resources that individuals and businesses can use to protect themselves.
Some other podcast topics coming up in the next few months include a three-episode series on artificial intelligence, and an episode on how technology has impacted the study of English.
The podcast is a collaboration with DSU’s Digital Art & Design sound design program. Cyberology offers an opportunity for sound design students at the university to be involved in the production of a podcast and graduate with professional experience for their resumés.
Cyberology is hosted through Acast and is currently available on Spotify, Stitcher, and DSU’s website. It will also be available soon on Apple Podcasts.