Tue, 27 October 2009
Before we proceed with the show notes, may we please have a moment of silence for the passing of Geocities, the last refuge of the blink tag.
(The rest of the show is all about security stuff, and we even have all three of us on together again, but I'm just too chocked up over the death of Geocities for proper show notes. It was as if a million cheesy fan sites cried out, and were suddenly silenced.)
This really is Episode 171, even if I called it 170 at the beginning of the podcast - Martin
Network Security Podcast, Episode 171
Wed, 21 October 2009
For the first time in a long time, Martin, Rich, and Zach are all together on the podcast. Sorry we missed last week, but we've all been dealing with job changes (Zach and Martin) or vacations in tropical paradises (Rich).
After a brief wandering to talk about Halloween preparations, we get back on topic and catch up with some new stories, and a few from the week we missed. We talk about the evolution of security professionals, tokenization, and how the Danger/Sidekick thing had nothing to do with cloud computing.
Network Security Podcast, Episode 170
Tue, 6 October 2009
Rich is spending a well earned vacation with his wife somewhere south of the border. Normally this means I'd get in touch with Zach, but this week he's north of the border at SecTor.ca. With any luck, Zach will be able to pick up a few interviews with some of the cool kids who got to go play in Toronto. In the mean time I was left to fend for myself and called upon one of the people who got me involved in podcasting to begin with, George Starcher. While George no longer has his own podcast, he's a regular on the Typical Mac User Podcast, but is willing to put up with a Windows user like me.
Network Security Podcast, Episode 169, October 6, 2009