This weeks podcast is going up a bit early so I can run off to San Francisco to meet Chuck and Kreg from Technorama.
Rich was nice enough to take some time out of his morning to record the
podcast, though I’m beginning to think that recording at 8:00 am is
just a bit too early for either of us. Rich and I spend some time
today talking about our personal home networks as well as Rich’s stray
Network Security Podcast, Episode 78
Well, Rich and I ramble a little in this episode, but it’s for a good
reason. We got side tracked talking about the wonders of airline
security and some of the tools you can use to protect yourself while
ordering stuff online. One of the things I mentioned in the podcast is
a tool my credit card company offers; it creates a valid, temporary
credit card number on the fly that’s valid for a relatively short
period of time, say 30 days. I doubt this would save anyone from a
compromise such as what’s happened to TD Ameritrade, but if you’re
making a one-time purchase, it’s a very good tool to use. Here’s an
older article that lists about half a dozen of the different temporary number generators.
Network Security Podcast, Episode 77
By popular demand, Rich is back this week and will be the continuing
co-host for the Network Security Podcast. Truthfully, we’ve received
nothing but positive feedback for bringing Rich on board. Rich starts
a new segment, Talking to the Suits, his wit and wisdom on dealing with
the folks who are making the decisions and signing the checks. I guess
I’ll have to come up with a segment of my own again.
Network Security Podcast, Episode 76
09-11-07 Host: Martin McKeay, Co-host: Rich Mogull
Rich Mogull from Securosis.com
did me the personal favor of co-hosting the show tonight. Rich brings
seven years of experience as a Gartner analyst to the table, as well as
being one of the smartest security professionals I know. Rich will
bring his knowledge of dealing with some of the biggest user bases and
the biggest security vendors in the world.
We’re flying by
the seat of our pants as far as organizing the podcast, so let us know
what you like about the new format. I think that having a co-host will
bring a lot greater depth the to the podcast and allow us to look at
more than one viewpoint each episode. If there was something about
this weeks show you especially liked, let us know.
Network Security Podcast, Episode 75