It just felt like there weren't many options for getting InfoSec specific news in a digest-like format, so I decided to start one. We're all busy people and time is precious. Keeping up with everything going on in as broad a subject as Information Security is unrealistic. The goal here is to hit some of the high notes, with links to more details if people are interested.
Can we talk!? A companion subreddit has been set up over at reddit.com/r/sehl to discuss the headlines. Was there a story that got missed? Submit it there and it will be considered for inclusion the next week's episode. The sooner stories are shown to be of interest, the higher likelihood it will be able to be included in the current week's recording. Drafting of the 'rundown' / show notes should be done by Saturday. Recordings typically will take place on Sunday, with a goal of publishing by Monday.
Credit where it's due... The current primary source for headlines is the weekly list published at Malgregator.com. Why? Because I came across one of their postings on Reddit and asked for permission to use it as a starting point. They agreed on the condition of giving them credit, which is done within the postings and recordings. Thanks much for allowing the use of the posts!
Organization is hard Security Endeavors started as an interview program and that's still meant to be part of the line up. Life just got so busy, it became increasingly difficult to schedule things to keep content flowing on a regular basis. So to get and keep fresh content flowing, it was decided to use a Headlines format. I've definitely enjoyed several InfoSec podcasts. In truth several of them feel like they tide me over between conferences.
Thanks so much for reading, listening, and above all, participating!