Awards

We are all truly honored and flattered to be winners of the RSA ‘Social Security Awards Best Security Podcast’. It has truly been a wild ride for the past four years and we are so glad that everyone enjoys the show! We get together to record every Thursday evening, and since January of this year we have not missed a week. So, I want to make sure that I thank our families (especially my ever-so-patient wife) for supporting us in this effort. There are a lot of people that help make this show happen, including all of our staff, sponsors, and especially you listeners! We would also like to thank all of the other security podcasts out there, we listen to all of you, and you inspire us to keep improving, so keep up the great work! Great job to all, and thanks for listening! Don’t think that we will sit around and bask in our glory for too long, in fact, we’re done with that. We are working hard to keep improving and growing PaulDotCom to the next level. So stay tuned, we’ve got good things coming! This includes continuing to point out where security fails, and offering suggestions for improvement, like tiny nets.

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“Its a net, and its tiny…”

PaulDotCom Episode 150

At various points in the life of our podcast we like to sit back and marvel at what we’ve accomplished. Okay, not really, we just use this as an excuse to drink more beer! In all seriousness, we do like to have an excuse to celebrate and put on a special show. Episode 150 of PaulDotCom Security Weekly is going to be one of those shows. We have decided to podcast for 12 hours! (What a way to celebrate 150 and our award eh?). We have an absolutely jam packed schedule, will be talking about the latest topics in information security, and joined by some of the top people in our field. Check out the show schedule below:

April 30, 2009 12:00PM-12:00AM EDT

  • Introduction, Announcements, & Shameless Plugs (12:00PM – 12:30PM) – We will kick things off with a few announcements and get settled (probably starting by tapping the keg live on the air!)
  • Special Guest: Lenny Zeltser (12:30PM-1:00PM) – Lenny will join us for a short interview to discuss some hot security topics.
  • Listener Call-In & Feedback (1:00PM-3:30PM) – Now is your chance to be on PaulDotCom! Come ask us questions and discuss some of the most heated debates in information security, such as which Linux distribution is the best :)
  • Break (3:30PM-4:00PM) – In true PaulDotCom fashion, we will blow stuff up live on camera.
  • Roundtable Discussion – PCI Compliance: Good Luck or Good Riddance? (4:00PM-5:00PM) – We will be joined by Ron Gula (Tenable Security), Mandeep Khera (Cenzic), Martin McKeay (Network Security Podcast), Rich Mogull (Network Security Podcast/Securosis), and Anton Chuvakin (Qualys). This is certain to be a lively and informative discussion of the PCI standard.
  • Roundtable Discussion – Vulnerability Disclosure: Who Pwns Your Bugs? (5:00PM-6:00PM) – We will be joined by Simple Nomad, (NMRC), Johnny Long,(Hackers For Charity), Mathew Carpenter (InGuardians) to discuss the hot topic of vulnerability disclosure.
  • Storytime With Bob & PaulDotCom (6:00PM-7:00PM) – The return of Twitchy! He lives to come back on the show and share his famous “Storytime with Twitchy” musings, and Bob may even make a special appearance!
  • Break (7:00PM-7:30PM) – Blow some more stuff up.
  • Episode 150 (7:30PM-10:00PM) – This will be a regularly scheduled weekly show, with tech segments, stories for discussion, and our special feature interview with Stephen Northcutt of The SANS Institute.
  • Zombie Stories (10:00PM-12:00AM) – Brains, brains, brains! We will discuss all of the stories (okay some of the stories) that we did not get to in previous episodes this year. And we’ll throw in a little flesh eating zombie discussion as well.
  • We will be streaming live audio and video of the entire event and releasing the recorded versions of all segments. You can find all of the detailed information in the PaulDotCom Episode 150 Show Notes Page (including the live stream links, call-in information, detailed roundtable questions, etc…).

    About the author

    Paul Asadoorian is the Founder & CEO of Security Weekly, where the flagship show recently re-titled "Paul's Security Weekly" has been airing for over 8 years. By day he is the Product Evangelist for Tenable Network Security. Paul produces and hosts the various shows here at Security Weekly, all dedicated to providing the latest security news, interviews with the industries finest and technical how-to segments. Paul is also the founder and host of "The Stogie Geeks Show", featuring cigar reviews for cigar enthusiasts.