#17 - NSO founders on spyware | Curio

#17 - NSO founders on spyware

23 mins | Jul 28, 2021

Today's episode from 29th July 2021. First this morning: Is it dutiful dirty work or simply a violation? As NSO's CEO defends his cybersecurity spyware, we take a look at the company's beginnings and the controversy it finds itself in. Later on, we explore a new book that provides advice on how to manage teams remotely. CEO Shalev Hulio said he would ‘shut Pegasus down’ if there were a better alternative. In lengthy interviews, Hulio and co-founder Omri Lavie traced a journey launched from an Israeli kibbutz and said the company’s technology had saved lives. According to “Leading at a Distance” by James Citrin and Darleen Derosa, remote working doesn’t have to be a disaster. The Economist reflects on the duo’s practical tips for managers dealing with the modern challenge of an office-free workforce. Wake up with Curio is a different kind of morning show that gives you the context behind the news and gets you motivated for the day ahead, every Monday - Friday.

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