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May 28 2013

Network Security Podcast, Episode 314

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Rich is still battling bugs of the “sickness” variety, so Martin and Zach get together for what will be Martin’s last show for a while. As mentioned previously, he’s moving across the pond^Wocean to Sunny London soon, after his annual pilgrimage to Vegas and…Bangkok (?!).

Network Security Podcast, Episode 314, May 28, 2013

Time: 35:24

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May 21 2013

Network Security Podcast, Episode 313

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…and now Rich is dealing with an entire family of “sick”. Zach must be empathizing, as he’s also a bit under the weather, but joins Martin for a romp through this week’s stories.

Network Security Podcast, Episode 313, May 21, 2013

Time: 41:13

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May 14 2013

Network Security Podcast, Episode 312

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Rich is dealing with some sick babies, so Martin and Zach inadvertently make the show about corporate and government (not just the U.S. this time!) surveillance.

Network Security Podcast, Episode 312, May14, 2013

Time: 38:26

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May 01 2013

Network Security Podcast, Episode 311

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Long show with short notes this week as Wade Baker of Verizon and Josh Corman of Akamai join us to talk about the Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report.

This is a must-read report and our short podcast can’t possibly do it justice, but we made our best effort.  Listen to the end, we have some big news!

Network Security Podcast, Episode 311, May 1, 2013

Time: 48:49

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Tonight’s Music: Tipping – Marucci – Dube  with I’m Confused

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Apr 23 2013

Network Security Podcast, Episode 310

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After a hectic couple of weeks — conferences, travel, and city-wide lockdowns – recovery is sorely needed, but we push through a relatively lively show with a teaser for a bigger debate^Wdiscussion slated for next week.  And somehow the podcast just keeps getting a little longer every week.

Network Security Podcast, Episode 310, April 23, 2013

Time: 43:06

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Apr 09 2013

Network Security Podcast, Episode 309

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Due to a last minute work engagement, Rich is not present on tonight’s show. Martin and Zach attempt to compensate for Rich’s absence by being snark but also half-asleep.  We’ll leave it to you to figure out which half of that we feel is most like Rich.

Network Security Podcast, Episode 309, April 9, 2013

Time: 41:04

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Apr 02 2013

Network Security Podcast, Episode 308

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Getting three security professionals to slow down long enough to record a podcast together is always a challenge and tonight was harder than usual.  Part of the problem is that there are so many interesting stories going on right now.  But the fact that we all have jobs and families is a much bigger part of it.  This week we talk about HSM in the cloud, DDoS attacks, and of course, our government spying on us.  Such unfamiliar territory.

Network Security Podcast, Episode 308, April 2, 2013

Time: 40:17

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Mar 26 2013

Network Security Podcast, Episode 307

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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

Time: 39:40

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Mar 24 2013

NSP Microcast, RSAC2013: Bromium

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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

Time:  17:41

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Mar 23 2013

NSP Microcast, RSAC 2013: Lumeta

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Here’s the first of the interviews that were recorded at the 2013 RSA Conference in San Francisco, CA at the end of February.  My first interveiw was with Michael Markulec, CEO of Lumeta.  Micheal and I talk about the importance of knowing what’s on your network, which has become even more important as the BYOD movement has more devices beyond your control showing up on your network every day.  I apologize for the background noise, I made several mistakes in setting up my mics at RSA.

NSP Microcast, RSAC 2013:  Lumeta

Time:  8:42

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