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PVCSec Episode 7: Data Scientists!

Dear Friends,

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

This week, we have data scientists Alex Pinto (@alexcpsec, Chief Data Scientist at the MLSec Project) and Bob Rudis (@hrbrmstr, co-author of Data-Driven Security: Analysis, Visualization and Dashboards <- Amazon affiliate link; all proceeds go into the PVC Security Podcast & web site).

We sing! We laugh! We talk big data and machine learning and statistics and Vendor Persistent Threat (VPT) / Shiny Object Syndrome (SOS)! We use lots of exclamation points!

Comments and questions are welcome as always. 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:

  •  Listen to the interview. All the links you need to start are above. Any I missed will be added later, so stay tuned.
  • Vendor Persistent Threat (VPT) was coined by our good friend Paul Coggin.