Well, we’d hoped to avoid the “sleep deprivation” part, but it doesn’t look like that’s going away any time soon. Regardless, we scrounged together a show this week, discussing “hacking”, “anti hacking” (law), and the perils of social networking.
Network Security Podcast, Episode 307, March 26, 2013
My second interview at RSAC 2013 was with Bromium CTO and founder, Simon Crosby. I’ve been hearing about Bromium as the next big idea in security for a while now from people who should know (Like Rich) and I wanted to hear about it straight from the horses mouth. The ideas behind Bromium are fundamentally different from many of the anti-malware tools (*cough*AV*cough*) we have available to us today. Now to see if it’ll hold up to the attacks that will be coming against Bromium as it becomes more popular.
BTW, this interview breaks the ‘normal’ microcast format of 5-10 minutes. But I think it was worth the extra time.
NSP Microcast, RSAC2013: Bromium
After another two-week hiatus, the gang is able to pull off a show (despite some serious jet-lag and sleep deprivation). Maybe, JUST MAYBE, we can keep this trend up (the recording part, not the “ridiculously tired” part).
Network Security Podcast, Episode 306, March 19, 2013