Jul 12 2011

Network Security Podcast, Episode 247

Published by at 4:18 pm under Podcast

As the countdown to Doom in Vegas, or BSides/Defcon/Black Hat as some might call it, Rich, Zach and Martin take a little break from the news to talk to one of the people who helped come up with the idea of BSides, Jack Daniel. Jack gives us a little bit of background on how the concept of BSides started, how it’s changed from a small one time event to become a world wide phenomenon. This year’s BSides Las Vegas will be the largest BSides event yet. It’s amazing how popular an event that started as a bunch of people whining on twitter a few years ago has become.

Network Security Podcast, Episode 247
Time: 33:30

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  1. Rickyon 19 Jul 2011 at 9:07 am

    You guys might want to look at Panda Security, a company that’s done some cool stuff like the nano-client and cloud av, but may soon be going under.

    Panda is losing out big time to other security players in the industry and has been laying off many employees. Rumor has it that layoffs will continue, especially in the dev/eng groups. Existing management is clueless (interestingly enough, the worst US management remains) and customer support is the poorest in the industry.

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