Meet the Security Bloggers

 This week marks the first installment of a series of podcasts I am producing called “Meet The Security Bloggers”.  I asked Adam Shostack and Chris Walsh to be the guinea pigs for the first one and it turned out really well.

 

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This week marks the first installment of a series of podcasts I am producing called “Meet The Security Bloggers”.  I asked Adam Shostack and Chris Walsh to be the guinea pigs for the first one and it turned out really well. These guys write for EmergentChaos, a blog that Adam started. When he got it to a certain point of maturity he decided to open it up to a few other bloggers and it became “The Emergent Chaos Jazz Combo of the Blogosphere”.  Adam is now a security guru for Microsoft which we will try not to hold against him, after all it is a good sign that Microsoft is bringing on such great talent. Chris is a security practitioner in Chicago

 

Listen to their thoughts on blogging in the security space. The reason I am doing this is that security is easily differentiable from the rest of tech blogging and I am exploring the idea that blogging is having an impact on the way people get information. In particular I would put forth the idea that traditional tech reporting and analyst firms are no longer the primary source of knowledge in IT.

 

Tune in each week as I bring you others from the security blogging world!  And by the way, you can now subscribe to the IT-Harvest Threatcasts through iTunes.  I have no idea how to show you a link to that. Just open your iTunes application and search on "threatcast". 

 

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