Wed, 25 January 2006
Episode 11 is in the can. I had a scare in the middle of the podcast when a 'Disk out of Space' error popped up on my screen, so I had a few moments of panic there. Luckily I was able to delete some patch uninstall files, which I probably had no need for anyways. I hope. It was a bit slow in the news department this week, so the podcast came in at just under thirty minutes.
Tonights music was Godspell by Single 7
Network Security Podcast, Episode 11, January 24th, 2006
San Francisco Podcast Meetup Group
PDFCreator (Thanks Rob)
Illusions of Security; wrap-up for Mac OS X
Podcasting a conversation
Amy Gahran: The Right Conversation
The Human Factor and Security
FBI: Most Companies Get Hacked
FBI says attacks succeeding despite security investments
Hollywood's MP denounces "users," "EFF members"
Undervolting a laptop
Ps, had another slight scare at the end of the recording. Apparently there was some sort of corruption in the wav file, and LAME choked a little on the conversion. Please let me know if you hear anything out of the ordinary.
Technorati Tags: Security, Podcast, PCI,
Wed, 18 January 2006
Wow, I made it to the 10th podcast! It feels like I just started. I had some fun over the weekend recording the second episode of the Podcast Roundtable. If you haven't already listened to that recording, do me a favor: listen to it and give us some feedback. Tonight's podcast got started a little late because my wife got called into work and the boys didn't want to go to sleep, but I think I'm getting a bit more experience with the tools. It actually took me quite a bit less time to record and edit the podcast compared to the first time or two I did it. And I realize chickenpox isn't rare, it was just what came to mind at the time. Tonight's music was Secrets by Steve Pierson Network Security Podcast, Episode 10, January 17th, 2006 Mac users 'too smug' over security and Mac security concerns answered DRM Out of balance PassMark's SiteKey - Answering The Wrong Question Cyber thieves steal about $70,000 from Y-12 credit union Symantec owns up to 'rootkit' Rootkits in Commercial Software And the Libsyn podcast only feed is mckeay.libsyn.com/rss Technorati Tags: Security, Podcast, DRM, PCI, hacking
Tue, 17 January 2006
This weekend I was joined by Dennis McDonald, Jeremiah Owyang, Robyn Tippins and Daniel Sweet via Gizmo. We had some technical difficulties, but nothing that was insurmoutable. Gizmo seems to work well with two or three people on the line, but when you add more anyone with a lower bandwidth connection experiences difficulties. Next time we hope to be able to use a land-line based teleconferencing solution, though those have been known to have problems too. Technical issues aside, we had some good conversations and discussed some interesting topics. It's interesting sitting down to talk to people who have a decidedly different view on technology and the direction it's going. I'm looking forward to the next Podcast Roundtable on February 11th. And hopefully there will be a Podcast Roundtable website in the near future.
Podcast Roundtable, Episode 2, January 14th, 2006
iTunes: Apple's New Spyware and Adware Application?
Technorati Tags: Collaboration, Apple, Office2.0
Wed, 11 January 2006
Tonight's podcast was a lot less stressful than last weeks. I made sure to have my iRiver iFP 895 hooked up and recording this time! And I think I've solved one of my problems with recording quality, so tonight's podcast should sound a little better. Let me know what you think. I'm also encoding at a slightly higher bit rate, so maybe that will help
Network Security Podcast, January 10, 2006 - Episode 9
Tonight's music was Raven's Wings by Amy Martin
First Sguil VM Available -- Sguil -- VMWare
Perspective: Create an e-annoyance, go to jail
Lake senior faces felony charge
H&R Block blunder exposes consumer data
Visa Cardholder Information Security Program
Tonight's show came in at just under 30 minutes, exactly what I'm shooting for. As always, if you want to give me any feedback, you can leave me a voicemail at 916-231-9479 or send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thu, 5 January 2006
It's a day late but here it is, the first podcast of 2006. It started off long but I hacked through it without mercy to bring the podcast back down to the length it should be. Tonight I was smart enough to record the whole thing to the iRiver, so there was no chance of accidentally deleting the whole thing (again). And I think maybe I should have been using my homemade pop filter tonight.
Network Security Podcast, January 4, 2006 - Episode 8
Tonight's musical selection is Kyo-piano-sus by Telopa. I needed something calm to help with my nerves after last night. Very pretty music.
Business and IT Must Work Together to Manage New "Web 2.0" Tools by Dennis D. McDonald and Jeremiah Owyang
Top 10 tips to keep that new computer spyware-free
New law ensures voting paper trail
Open Letter to Congress concerning the Analog hole
PCI Service Provider levels defined
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That's all folks, thanks for being patient.
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