Wed, 29 November 2006
Getting back into the swing of things tonight, but the voice is still a little rough. Tonight's interview was with Jim Hurley who's the managing director of the IT Policy Compliance Group for Symantec. I'll post a link to the site and the report as soon as it becomes available. Show notes are a little sparse tonight, since I'm still in recovery mode. I'll do better next week. In the mean time, if you wonder what I look like, I'm the guy towering over Irena on Geek Entertainment TV this week.
Network Security Podcast, Episode 53, November 28, 2006
Wed, 15 November 2006
This is the one year anniversary of the Network Security Podcast and I decided to spend tonight looking back over the past year. Tonight's podcast is short, but there's a lot of things I have to be thankful of, including getting better audio equipment (you'll understand when you listen to the opening). I've made a lot of good friends over the last year thanks to my blogging and my podcasting, both amongst the folks I've talked to and amongst the folks who listen week after week. I've really enjoyed doing the podcast over the last year and look forward to continuing it for the year to come.
Thank you for listening.
Network Security Podcast, Episode 52, November 14, 2006
And if you really want to torture yourself, you can go back and listen to Episode 1
Wed, 8 November 2006
Extremely abbreviated show notes tonight: as soon as I finished editing tonight's podcast, I got violently ill. Bad crab stuffed mushrooms at Red Lobster, I think. I'm okay at the moment, but if previous experience is any indication, it ain't over yet. I'll update the show notes tomorrow.
Network Security Podcast, Episode 51, November 7, 2006
Wed, 1 November 2006
Happy Halloween, everyone! There might be a better holiday, but few match Halloween for sheer fun and craziness. Kids are great for reminding you just how exciting it can be.
Tonight's podcast is a discussion about the convergence of physical and logical security in the enterprise and government. I'd like to say the whole thing was my idea, but the truth is, Brian Contos approached me with this idea several weeks ago. We discussed why the two disciplines are converging, the business drivers, what it means to both security and privacy, and what's going to be happening in this arena over the next five years. It's a fascinating topic.
The guests tonight were Brian Contos, Chief Security Officer, ArcSight; William Crowell, security expert, executive business leader and former Deputy Director of the NSA; Dan Dunkel, president of New Era Associates; and Colby DeRodeff, GCIA, GCNA and Senior Security Engineer at ArcSight.
Network Security Podcast, Episode 50, October 31, 2006
Tonight's music: Halloween by the Coffin Shakers
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