Jan 27 2009

Network Security Podcast, Episode 136

Published by at 3:34 pm under Government,PCI,Podcast

Lies, damn lies, and statistics. Nothing makes us more excited than being able to correlate actual monetary losses to major breaches, and a study in Maine that does exactly that leads us off this week. (Maybe some other things excite us more, but we’re not about to talk about those on the podcast). From there we dig into the pittance of information available on the Monster.com breach, before heading off into pundit land as we discuss the White House priorities for Homeland Security, spammers and short-lived websites, and yet another idiot leaving sensitive data on portable storage (an MP3 player).

We recorded during the work day this week, so a few times you get to hear our phones in the background. We promise we didn’t just add them in there to trick all of you into thinking we really have jobs.

Network Security Podcast, Episode 136, January 27, 2009
Time: 27:43

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One Response to “Network Security Podcast, Episode 136”

  1. morison donyon 12 Apr 2009 at 8:14 pm

    Thanks for this. Just subscribed.

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