Update:  Maybe if I don’t even use the same title, it won’t think the MP3 is a PDF or something.  I hate iTunes sometimes.

As a follow up to last week’s episode, Martin was joined last week by Josh Corman to talk to Wade Baker about the 2012 Verizon Data Breach Investigation Report.  Wade talks to us about how the information for the report was gathered, some of the strengths and weaknesses of the analysis and finally how the amazing puzzle that is the front cover was concieved.  The episode is a little longer than normal, but worth the time.

Update:  The iTunes store keyed in on the direct link to the Verizon DBIR rather than picking up on the link to the MP3 and for some reason assumed that was my podcast.  Why it would to that after 400 or so mp3?s being posted to the podcast stream, I don’t know.  But I assume it sounded like a good idea in the mind of whoever built that into iTunes.  I hope I can meet them some day and express my displeasure with a blunt object. Many, many times.

Network Security Podcast, Episode 272, April 3, 2012

Time:  40:37

Posted by martin, filed under Podcast. Date: April 6, 2012, 6:35 am | 1 Comment »

One Response

  1. Lee Blackburn Says:

    Nope. iTunes still thinks it is a PDF of the “2012 Data Breach InvestIgatIons report”. Had to download the MP3 manually through netsecpodcast.com.

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