Jan 20 2009

Network Security Podcast, Episode 135

Published by at 4:48 pm under Apple/Mac,Government,PCI,Podcast,Privacy

By definition, every day is “historic”, but there are clearly some events that will be remembered through the annals of history more than others. Today is the inauguration of the 44th President of the United States; and boy is it a day filled with history. It’s also a day filled with a big honking data breach.

In tonight’s episode we talk about what the new administration revealed about their technology policy agenda. We also discuss worms on military systems in the UK, the security metrics of laughter, and disclosure gone bad. Again. Through all this Rich comes a little unhinged in a series of rants that cover the First Amendment, goths, and New Zealand strip clubs. Martin makes a bad submarine joke.

Network Security Podcast, Episode 135, January 20, 2009
Time:  35:32

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    1. […] past credit card statements just to be safe. Too lazy to read about it? Check out the podcast by Martin McKeay of Network Security Blog. Time well spent for this podcast. Ironically, Endpoint-Security reported […]

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