The Southern Fried Security Podcast

The Southern Fried Security Podcast is designed to be an information security podcast that fills the gap between technical security podcasts and Security Now.

Episode 11 - What the Hell?

Episode 11 – “What the Hell?”
Introductions

Announcements, Gossip, and Smack Talk

News and Other Items of Distraction

Upcoming Features & Events

Playing Your Part

Introductions

– Your co-hosts are Andy Willingham and Martin Fisher beginoftheskypehighlighting endoftheskypehighlighting.
– News analysis and general yankee-ness brought to you by Steve Ragan beginoftheskypehighlighting endoftheskypehighlighting.
– You can find out more about this motley crew at the website.

Announcements, Gossip, and Smack Talk

– Welcome to Episode 11 of the SFS Podcast. What the Hell?! Tonight We’re wrapping Andy’s head in lots and lots of duct tape because all of these stories are hot buttons for him.
– Follow us on Twitter (@SFSPodcast) where we’ll be tweeting about new episodes & interviews.
– The podcast is intended to fill the gap between the technical podcasts on security and Security Now. We’ll be focusing on operations, leadership, and news items that you may have missed the week before.
– We want the podcast to be friendly, funny, and make it so you can listen to it with your kids in the car. Nothing against Pauldotcom and Exotic Liability (we listen to them too!) but we wanted to do something a little bit different…

News and Other Items of Distraction

-Gizmodo – WTH?

http://www.thetechherald.com/article.php/201017/5562/Gizmodogate-Journo-s-home-raided-in-4G-iPhone-investigation

-Blippy – WTH?.

http://www.thetechherald.com/article.php/201017/5567/Blippy-begins-recovery-from-credit-card-incident

http://erratasec.blogspot.com/2010/04/thats-not-lesson-lessons-unlearned-from.html

-McAfee – WTH?

http://www.thetechherald.com/article.php/201016/5550/McAfee-aftermath-%E2%80%93-impact-numbers-and-recovery-resources-remain

Upcoming Features & Events
– Pauldotcom Debate on the reality of exploit in penetration testing (and other fun topics!) – May 13, 2009