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PVCSEC 64: Excuses into action part 3

Not burning bridges when leaving an organization for another opportunity. Excuses into action part three. 60 minutes and the mobile phone hack. Orphaned hardware and software and security

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PVCSec Ep 29: Etiquette

In this episode, more working from home, improving your soft skills, and how to find passion when you don’t have any. Plus BIG NEWS!

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PVCSec Ep 16: Adaptive Defense

Dear Friends,

The next episode of the PVC Security Podcast, number sixteen in a collector’s series, is upon you! The team talks about Lenovo’s unfortunate fishing issue, adaptive defense, and speaks to mentoring.

Plus: quick hits and updates, such as:

  • SIM cards, the NSA & GCHQ & You
  • Samsung Eavesdropping (after all the other tech companies)
  • Our community events calendar at http://www.pvcsec.com/events/community-events-calendar/

Remember, this isn’t your typical InfoSec podcast. This also isn’t your typical management and leadership podcast. This is the PVC Security Podcast.

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Show Notes:

PVCSec Episode 6: RDRDS & Know Your Network! Part 3!

Dear Friends,

The next episode of the PVC Security Podcast, the sixth in a collector’s series, is upon you!

In this thrilling episode, Ed wraps up his three part “Know Your Network!” series, Paul talks RDRDS (a.k.a. Five Pillars of Security Architecture), Ed shares his thoughts on mobile security, quick hits, and MORE!

Also, they sing. Fortify yourselves.

Comments and questions are welcome. You can #askpvcsec on Twitter or email us at comments@pvcsec.com.

Remember, this isn’t your typical InfoSec podcast. This also isn’t your typical management and leadership podcast. This is the PVC Security Podcast.

Share & Enjoy!

Show Notes:

  • Ed’s spreadsheet is here. The notes on how to use it and the commands for Cisco kit are on the third tab in the spreadsheet. The first tab is a sample, and the second is a blank version.
  • You can use the spreadsheet for other vendor’s gear, such as Juniper and HP. You will need to translate the Cisco commands to your platform. Share your tweaks.
  • Paul’s narrative write-up on RDRDS is available on his blog here. Comments, questions, and constructive criticisms are welcome.
  • The Dark Reading article about the White House network compromise that Paul quoted from is here.
  • The HBR (Shut up, Ed!) article Paul referenced about working with global virtual teams is here.
  • Coming soon: Interviews!

PVCSec.com Features

Hi, All!

A few or more new features have been added to the site.

First, we have a mirror for all of the podcasts over at leiturgia.com. Just follow the mirror link  in the posts if for some reason you can’t download the podcast direct from PVCSec.com.

Next, we have some probationary podcast art on its way. We hope to release it as a beta for your comments.

Several WordPress JetPack features have been turned on. For example, you can share PVCSec posts to most of the big social networks.

You can now log in with your WordPress.com account. And you can comment with your WordPress, Facebook, Twitter, and other social media accounts.

The mobile viewing experience should improve with some under-the-hood changes.

Some features are coming, such as leveraging CouldFlare’s SSL/TLS for more secure connections to the site and properly working podcast syndication and iTunes subscription options.

We’re also looking at more appealing themes for the site. We want them to be inviting, intuitive, and provide the most information possible.