Jan 22 2013

Network Security Podcast, Episode 300

Published by at 4:55 am under Podcast

It’s here!  We finally did it!  Episode 300 of the Network Security
Podcast has finally been recorded, edited and posted! Sorry it didn’t
get published immediately, but it takes a while to edit over 2 hours of

So what did we do for Episode 300?  Martin flew to
Phoenix to record from Casa de Mogull and Zach dialed in from New York. 
We attempted to stream the show live during the recording, but the
spirits of technology, and UStream in particular, had other ideas. 
Which is exactly what we deserve for the amount of preparation we put
into the attempt.

It’s been a long, strange road that all three of
us have traveled to get to this point and we spend the show talking
about how security has changed in that time.  Vulnerabilities and
patching are, and probably always will be, one of the biggest news items
we talk about, especially since some of the vulnerability warnings we
have to talk about aren’t all that much different from the 00’s of
others we’ve talked about in the past.

Once again, we’d like to
thank our listeners for continuing to come back week after week to
listen to us.  Yes, we do the podcast in part because it’s fun, but what
really keeps us coming back week after week is the listeners.   Thank

Network Security Podcast, Episode 300, January 15

Time: 2:05:00

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2 responses so far

2 Responses to “Network Security Podcast, Episode 300”

  1. Gbon 29 Jan 2013 at 10:35 am

    Congrats! Keep up the good work guys and after listening for 6 months have learned quite a bit that my current position would never touch.

  2. Daniel Meloyon 30 Jan 2013 at 8:34 am

    Congratulations to Network Security Podcast and the team! Reaching the 300th episode is a very big deal. It takes an innumerable amount of work, dedication, and knowledge to reach this mile marker. I haven’t often replied to your or your team, but I’ve learned a lot from you all in the past, so this is my opportunity to say thank you, great work, and keep it coming! Next goal to reach is 500. I’ll be cheering you on the whole time!

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