Episode 3 of An Information Security Place Podcaston June 13, 2006 at 7:32 pm
I just finished recording the third episode of An Information Security Place Podcast. It is considerably longer than the previous podcasts, mainly because I talk about multiple subjects rather than just one of my posts, and I expound a little more than usual. If you have comments, suggestions, gripes, complaints (if I make your ears bleed with my incessant droning), please let me know.
In this episode, I talk about a few things. The first thing I talk about is the ongoing discussion Martin McKeay and I are having on the NSA spying. My previous post goes into Martin’s argument about how HUMINT is more effective than phone tapping. As he points out in his announcement of episode 31 of his podcast, the ball is in his court.
I also go into virtualized appliances and some of the discussion Alan Shimel and Chris Hoff are having (go read Chris Hoff’s “smackdown” posts – quite the read!).
I talk about my practical advice post and what it takes to sell security to execs. Thanks to Mike Rothman for linking to that article, BTW.
And finally I talk quickly about my general annoyance of why people can’t spell “HIPAA” correctly.
So take a listen and let me know what you think. I need some feedback on quality of content and quality of sound. I don’t have a hookup like Martin has, so I need to know how this sounds like this, or if I need to start some investing.
Also, I have created a podcast archive area on my right toolbar (I only have one, but it IS on the right) for easy access.