Thu, 29 March 2007
I'm home for the next couple days, but no rest for the weary. I had to get this off of my plate first, but I've still got another podcast to edit and a few video blog entries. This stuff all takes time.
Today's is a short podcast, the majority of it is the interview with Dean Turner from Symantec. There's a lot more here than made it into the Podtech interview. That was just a teaser for the full interview. Besides, Podtech wants shorter segments, or so they've told me.
If you've sent me an email in the last week and I haven't responded, please resend it. Shmoocon was great, the press tour with Mitchell Ashly has been a learning experience, but if I didn't respond to any email you sent in that time, it wasn't personal.
Network Security Podcast, Episode 65, March 29, 2007
Wed, 14 March 2007
I'm home this week, but next week is already looking hectic and crowded. I've got a lot of listener feedback tonight, in fact 90% of the show is based on feedback I've received over the last week. Listener Eduardo wanted to know about becoming a CISSP, so along with a bit of editorial ranting about the ISC2.
Ben from Canada had a good idea: since my time is very limited right now, I should include contributions from listeners. If you would like to contribute a segment to the show, drop me a line with your idea. Contact me before you spend too much time on anything, because I probably have some hints on how to make your sound better. You can leave me a voicemail on the Gizmo line, but be know what you're going to say before hand because it only has about two minutes of recording time.
Network Security Podcast, Episode 64, March 13, 2007
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Wed, 7 March 2007
Tonight's podcast was hurried and unluckily it probably shows. I went to the local System Administrators meeting to see a presentation on Rails, but the speaker apparently thought we were developers or just didn't care. I understand not being a good presenter, but putting the time and effort into your presentation to make it fit the audience is inexcusable in my book. Oh well, I may have the opportunity to put my money where my mouth is in a couple of months.
Denver was great last week. I got to meet everyone at StillSecure, met several members of the Trusted Catalyst Community and went for beers with a listener in downtown Boulder. I hope to do so more often in as I start my travels around the country. I look forward to meeting a lot more security professionals.
By the way, this whole thing with the Texas House of Representatives voting to release Social Security numbers really has me riled up. I hope someone can talk some sense into their legislators.