Cатсн²² (in)sесuяitу / ChrisJohnRiley

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Filling your ipod…update!

Back at the tail end of 2009 I put up a post entitled “Filling your ipod…” that gave links to some interesting security related podcasts. As It’s close to the 2 year mark, and a lot has happened in both security and the podcasting scene over that time, I thought it was time for a refresh. The landscape has changed a bit, with new additions and others falling by the wayside…

I won’t list all the podcasts in my feed here, simply because I don’t actually listen to every episode of every podcast on the list. There are a select few that I list to on a regular basis on the trip to and from work, however there are many more that I dip into when the topic seems interesting. The Hacker Public Radio feed is a prime example of this, where the topics can range from highly technical, to a short musical clip. Just because it’s in the feed, doesn’t mean you HAVE to listen to them all. I’ve included an export of my entire feed for those foolhardy enough to use it ;)

Links:

  • Security Podcast Feed Complete Export (OPML Format) –> XML

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7 responses to “Filling your ipod…update!

  1. Bash Vi October 22, 2011 at 21:53

    I used to listen to the Linux Action Show as well. But often they are bad informed and tell stuff that’s not really true. Also their constant ranting about stuff was annoying. But the worst thing was their ranting based on the untrue stuff they told (and yes, I can point out examples if you want!). It’s not all bad, they have great stuff in there, but I eventually switched to Linux Outlaws.

    Thanks for the list :)

  2. ChrisJohnRiley October 23, 2011 at 20:19

    Yes, the ranting can sometimes be a little annoying, but it has it’s plus points as well. I dip in and out of it myself… I’m starting to find a few factual errors in TechSNAP as well, which might result it in being dropped form my list soon…

  3. Aaron October 26, 2011 at 19:27

    Great summary.

    How about a similar post about good blogs to follow as well?

  4. ChrisJohnRiley November 2, 2011 at 10:49

    I’ve put together en export of the blogs I follow as part of my move away from Google Reader…. hope you can find some gems in there ;)

  5. Bash Vi November 14, 2011 at 09:56

    Talking about security podcasts – what do you think about SeucrityNow? Is it OK as an entry point into the field?

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