Jun 18 2014
We’d suspected this day would come for quite some time, but it’s time to make it official: The Network Security Podcast will no longer be a regular, weekly podcast, Rich Mogull and Zach Lanier will not be a consistent part of the podcast. The podcast will continue in some form, but it’ll be Martin doing any of the publishing. Which isn’t really all that big of a change anyway.
Basically, all three of us have become incredibly busy in the last year. Zach has a wedding to plan, a new job and has moved again. Rich has more business and work than any time in living memory and has had to cut out anything not related to work or family. And Martin moved to Europe and is on the road close to 50% of the time, further complicating everything.
There will still be microcasts and occasional interviews published through the podcast site, but for the most part we’re shutting down production. It’s a sad day as we’ve been doing this podcast in one form or another for nearly almost 9 years. We’ll miss talking to each other and our audience, but the needs of life have intervened and require our attention elsewhere. You can catch all three of us at various conferences, either presenting or attending and know that we’ve always loved hearing feedback from you.
Keep an eye and ear open as there are already plans in process for what comes next. You didn’t think Martin could stop talking, did you?
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