Astros-Cardinals breach and the importance of passwords. Hard coded passwords found in Fortinet devices. IoT doorbells giving away passwords and of course Tactical Edge.
Tim & Paul continue troubleshooting issues with the site while investigating alternate hosting options.
The PVC Security Podcast is up to episode 51 as of this post. If your podcatcher-of-choice doesn’t see all 51 (in no particular order) then refresh your feed. If they’re still absent, let us know. Email firstname.lastname@example.org and one of our ravishingly lovely technicians – Tim & Paul – will look into the issue.
As always: Thanks for Listening; Stay Strong; Ante Up; Share & Enjoy!
Coming to you from the wonderful CodeMash conference. Chris Maddalena , Amanda Berlin, Wolf Goerlich, and special guest Jimmy Bird discuss some of the challenges of getting into information security.
In our on-going saga of problems with the pvcsec.com site and RSS feeds we’ve reached a point where throwing our hands up in surrender is our only option.
I, Paul, have been a DreamHost.com customer for a long time. But these last upgrades pushed out and the apparent inability to fix what ales this and my other sites leads me and the rest of the PVC Security team to research other options.
Tim, Senior Baseball Correspondent, is bringing up a temporary feed toward which we’ll point the podcast aggregators. Once we find a permanent new home we’ll share the glad news.
If you have recommendations you’d like to share with us on this topic or others, email email@example.com or #askpvcsec on Twitter.
Keep your eyes peeled for updates.
Thanks for your patience, support, and continued tolerance toward Paul’s and Ed’s (mostly Ed’s) singing.
Passwords, will they ever go away and trying to find the balance between working and downtime with your free time.
Implementing a Data-Driven Security Defense framework, the beliefs sabotaging your career, and an important Tactical Edge announcement.
Talking about the VTech breach, looking back at 2015 and looking ahead to 2016.
How to find a mentor, reading as a communication skill, and hitting the job market.