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
Time: 29:24Show notes:
- The Social Security Number Debate - should your SSN be published for the public to see? - Michael Farnum's Computerworld post on the Texas SSN bill. Michael, Cutaway
and I are pretty much on the same page concerning this bill, while Pete
Lindstrom has a very different view. I guess it shows that I IM or
email Michael and Cutaway almost daily.
- A more secure OS X before Leopard (part 1 and part 2)
- I'd been looking for some good articles on making my Mac Book Pro and
these two articles did an extremely good job of pointing me in the
- CISSP Professional Experience Requirements
- I'm looking for some feedback on Cobia
and places to talk about the Unified Network Platform in the next
couple of months. If you know of an event that's looking for speakers,
let me know and if it fits into my schedule, I'll get StillSecure to
fly me out. We're moving into Beta soon, but you can check out a
VMware image of the Alpha right now.
- Tonight's Music: The Peace Within by Barry Mc Cabe
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