Unsolicited Response Podcast
I admit it. The travel and the projects, mostly the travel away from the podcast studio, made it very difficult to continue a monthly podcast. And I was finding that some months I was not necessarily excited about the interview and panel discussion.
So we have renamed the podcast to Unsolicited Response. Much like this feature in control systems, the podcast will not be regularly scheduled. It will occur as events warrant and interesting interviews are possible. Most of the episodes will be about 40 minutes long, but there could be a 10-minute or 2-hour episode.
My main goal in the podcast is to fully explore the guests opinion and new information. While I may (probably) voice my opinion from time to time, you get plenty of that in the blog. When there is a disagreement, which happens with opinionated people, the goal is to get the guest to explain his opinion in depth rather than try to prove the guest is wrong.
If you have an idea for an interview or panel discussion topic, send it to us.
The best way to get every episode is to subscribe to Unsolicited Response Podcast in iTunes
- #2 – Bob Radvanovsky on Project Shine (identifying Internet connected ICS devices)
- #1 – Brian Ahern of Industrial Defender
This Month In Control System Security Podcast
Prior to beginning the Unsolicited Response Podcast, Dale hosted a podcast known as this month in control system security that included interviews and panel discussions. Here are links to the older episodes.
- October 2011 – Billy Rios & Terry McCorkle on finding 100’s of HMI Vulns
- September 2011 – Assante on Workforce Development, McBride on ICS Trends and a preview of Project Basecamp
- August 2011 – Joel Langill on NAC and Patrick Miller on ICS Security Conferences
- July 2011 – Eric Byres on Beresford Vulns & Siemens’ Response plus Ralph Langner
- June 2011 – Dillon Beresford on Siemens Vulns and Rick Kaun on CIP
- April 2011 – Jonathan Pollet and Brian Singer discuss future trends in ICS security
- March 2011 – SCADA IDS, Firewall Monitoring and DIACAP
- February 2011 – Jeff Potter on WirelessHART security and a trio discuss how Stuxnet spreads
- January 2011 – Oh Crap! Year in review plus Eric Byres on Tofino and Andre Ristaino on ISASecure
- December 2010 – Ralph Langner on Stuxnet
- November 2010 – EnergySec/NESCO and Nessus beyond the defaults
There are another 20 or so episodes prior to this, but they are of limited value now given the age. You can see them on iTunes if you are interested.