The three amigo’s are united again! After what seems like forever, Martin, Rich and Zach manage to find the time to actually talk on the podcast again. And even though everyone’s been over the Sony compromises (10 as of this evening) we talk about that, as well as the Apple malware problem that’s currently ongoing and generally just get caught up on were we’ve all been and how exhausted we all are. Maybe we’ll actually record two podcasts in a row as a trio! Tune in next week to find out.
Network Security Podcast, Episode 242, May 24, 2011
Tonight’s music: Pulling Teeth by Deathray Davies
It’s been one of those weeks. Martin spent the weekend in Amsterdam and only got a few hours at home before heading out on the road again. Rich is home with a sick child. And Zach is doing Zach things off somewhere and not communicating much. Luckily, Martin interviewed Eric Chiu, the President and founder of Hytrust last week. Hytrust is taking an interesting role in virtualization and providing many of the security controls that VMware doesn’t have natively. Which is interesting for those of us who are looking at virtualization security, the cloud and PCI.
Network Security Podcast, Episode 240
I was off on the road this week, so Rich and Zach are joined this week by Josh Corman of the 451 Group as we discuss Sony’s Big Fail, Cloud Crashes, and the Verizon DBIR. Now I have to take some time to listen to my own podcast to hear what they said about me. And the DBIR as well.
Network Security Podcast, Episode 239, April 26, 2011