Dear Friends,

Behold the long-awaited eighth PVC Security podcast episode, another in the Collector's Series.

Ed & Paul & Tim eschewed the normal format for a bit of a ramble and a bit of a rant with some differing opinions thrown in to the mix. Also new is that the topics are, shall we say, topical.

We talk about the Sony incident. We talk about the ICANN incident. We disagree at various points and agree at other various points. We … I don't know … draw on the remaining various points?

Theme song update: we have no update as we have no song. If you're up to ep. #8, then you know what that means. For those just joining us, it'll be fine. Time heals all wounds, as does medication and therapy.

Comments and questions are welcome as always. You can #askpvcsec on Twitter or email us at

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:

This was not the podcast we intended to record. Ed was geared up thanks to the Twitterverse (I hate myself for using that term) before Tim rang him. Once Paul joined the conversation took on a life of its own. Tim recorded the whole thing, which is to his credit since he fell down HARD on the baseball question.

Ed & Paul were mostly working off of the top of their heads, so we don't really have show notes per se. More detailed information may appear after Paul deals, through medication and therapy, with the singing .

Oh, the singing … It haunts …

My original entry is here: PVCSec Episode 8: ICANN Ramble Sony Rant. It posted Mon, 22 Dec 2014 01:52:43 +0000.

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