I am excited to present to you the SRT’s third episode. The goal of these podcasts is simple: bring together podcasters and occassional guests to discuss important security topics. This episode had some great (read: diverse) representation as we tackled the issue of who should be responsible for vulnerable code and “good practices” around notification, patching and the like.

This podcast went a bit longer than planned, and I suspect we could have kept talking all night long! I personally learned quite a bit and enjoyed the opportunity to explore some of these issues and hear different perspectives. I hope you enjoy it too!

Joining us on this effort was:
Martin McKeay (The Network Security Podcast)
Paul Asadorian (Pauldotcom Security Weekly)
Jamal Khan (Hdaar Security Radio)
Alan Shimmel (Still Secure, After All These Years)
Ron Woerner (Security Catalyst Contributor)

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Michael (The Security Catalyst)

About the Author Michael Santarcangelo

The founder of Security Catalyst, Michael develops exceptional leaders and powerful communicators with the security mindset for success.

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