In this lastest thrilling episode, the @InfoSecSherpa and @TokyoGringo go long talking about mental health in IT & InfoSec, Twitter's personal data land grab, why security is hard, adventures in Canada, and more!

Dear Friends,

Welcome to the PVC Security podcast! Paul is not solo this week. Tracy joins him to talk about a barrel full of InfoSec topics guaranteed to tickle your CyberSecurity fancy.

We are not linking to the Ford Edge commercial about the SO of a woman, on an extended business related hotel stay, who packs up uh … everything to drive out to socially engineer access to the room.

We go dark. And we will not offer free advertising or subject you, Dear Friend, to the song in the ad. If you choose to search it out it will not be hard to find and it will be your fault.

Tracy gives us the 411 on the Canadian Law Librarian Conference.

We dive into why CyberSecurity is so hard, the Twitter personal information land grab, and a discussion about IT and Security professionals mental health.

Seguaying into the next show, Paul brings up anti-phishing campaigns and internal communications. Are these good or bad or indifferent? Send your thoughts to or #askpvcsec on Twitter for consideration in our next show.

Show Notes

My original entry is here: PVCSec EP98: Poutine Security. It posted Thu, 25 May 2017 04:30:04 +0000.

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