Virtualization Security Roundtable
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Hosted by: Texiwill
Phone Number: (724) 444-7444
Call ID: 34217
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Title: #169 - The Day After



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Past Episodes (166)

Time: Duration: Title: Recordings:
11/29/2016 03:00 PM EST
50:26
#169 - The Day After
   
07/01/2016 02:30 PM EDT
39:41
#168 - Encryption Up and Down the Stack
   
05/27/2016 09:30 AM EDT
55:44
#167 - Security Testing as part of DevOps
   
05/25/2016 09:30 AM EDT
50:59
#166 - RSAC Innovation Sandbox
   
05/25/2016 09:30 AM EDT
51:36
#165 - Behavioral Analysis
   
04/01/2016 09:30 AM EDT
41:47
#164 - RSAC Innovation Sandbox Winner
   
02/26/2016 02:30 PM EST
28:24
#163 - Virtualization Security Roundtable
   
01/30/2016 02:30 PM EST
22:19
#162 - Virtualization Security Roundtable
   
12/27/2015 02:30 PM EST
22:19
#161 - Virtualization Security Roundtable
   
12/07/2015 02:30 PM EST
30:40
#160 - Virtualization Security Roundtable
   
12/04/2015 02:30 PM EST
33:04
#157 - Virtualization Security Roundtable
   
11/16/2015 02:30 PM EST
46:51
#159 - Virtualization Security Roundtable
   
10/07/2015 02:30 PM EDT
38:06
#158 - Virtualization Security Roundtable
   
08/08/2015 02:30 PM EDT
48:15
#156 - Scaling Up Security
   
07/09/2015 02:30 PM EDT
29:46
#155 - Actionable Advice
   

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VirtSec RoundTable Podcast - Reviewer: TimDataSentry 02/25/10 05:39 PM EST
Full Comment: My name is Tim Pierson a contributor to Edward Haletky's (textiwill) latest book and developer and creator of the Hacking Uncovered:VMware security class most of which came from concepts in the book. This podcast extends the topics in that book and in my class as well. Edward never ceases to amaze me with the breadth of his knowledge. Edward has the industry connections and can bring in the top new technologies to this venue and does a great job at moderating this podcast. It is a pleasure to be part of this "Community Education" to bounce ideas off the industry leaders directly. All the panelists that dedicate their time every other week do so because they LOVE the technology not because they are getting paid to do so.