Nov 09 2010
November marks five years of the Network Security Podcast. Think about that for a moment: five years of Martin mouthing off into a microphone, nearly three years of Rich and over 18 months of Zach. A little scary when you think about, or at lease when we think about it. We’re probably going to put off celebrating much until hit episode 250, but we’re still going to talk about how things have changed in that time. And we also want to make sure that everyone who’s listening knows how much all three of us appreciate that people still download the podcast week after week.
It’s just Martin and Rich this week. Zach is off somewhere getting paid real money while Martin is sick at home and Rich is saying “Can we hurry up so I can take my daughter to swim class.” In other words, pretty much situation normal.
- Who’s firing off rockets in SoCal? – Rich says it’s us, otherwise there’d be a bigger fuss
- Give me the power & the money – NSA Chief wants more power over the Internet.
- Things to think about when moving to the cloud – Dimitri McKay has 5 points to ponder
- The GSA needs some DLP (and TLC) – D’ooh, I didn’t mean to send out 12,000 people’s SSNs.
- Random thoughts from Anton – On PCI 2.0 that is
- Personal experiences with Vishing – Martin’s credit union was targeted by robocalls trying to get cardholder information
- Tonight’s music: Cold Blooded Man by Sugar Blue