Jul 17 2007

Network Security Podcast, Episode 69

Published by at 10:06 pm under Podcast

I’m still getting back into the swing of doing the podcast, but I can feel the mental muscles I use to talk for 30 minutes at a time loosening up a little.  Tonight’s a little heavy on the Apple front, but given the amount of press some people have been giving the iPhone recently, I figure one podcast containing a iPhone story isn’t all that bad.  Part of me still wants an iPhone whether it has vulnerabilities or not.  Of course, I just realized that I still haven’t seen an iPhone in person, so maybe I’ve just fallen for the Apple marketing.

Show notes:

Network Security Podcast, Episode 69

Time:  27:36

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2 Responses to “Network Security Podcast, Episode 69”

  1. Andy ITGuyon 19 Jul 2007 at 5:12 am

    Martin, I just listened to this episode. It’s good to have you back. :) You asked about putting the videos form podtech in your rss feed. I would. Those who don’t want them can just stop the download if it happens automatically or delete it from ITunes.

  2. Joe Websteron 19 Jul 2007 at 8:51 pm

    Like you I’m skeptical about the Computerworld report about the missing link between data breaches and ID theft. The main issue I have is that the groups engaging in ID theft are not, as portrayed in cute commercials, blatantly making large purchases with stolen credit cards but rather subtle pros who do not want their lucrative enterprise to be cut short by being greedy with individual IDs. Instead they would rather stay well under the radar for as long as possible. Let’s face it, if you have access to millions of stolen IDs a $1 charge against each is a great haul.
    Great to have you back.

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