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Joe Klein guests on The Average Guy podcast – Preparing for the Next Generation Internet: IPv6 and the Internet of Things

July 2, 2014 Leave a comment

Recently Joe was a guest on The Average Guy podcast along with Christian Johnson, discussing the Next Generation Internet, IPv6, and the Internet of Things.

Catch the podcast here:


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Healthy Paranoia

February 27, 2014 Leave a comment

For those of you not familiar with Healthy Paranoia, it is an excellent podcast on PacketPushers, hosted by the wonderful and brilliant Mrs Y. Check out some of the shows on which Joe had the pleasure of being a guest:

Healthy Paranoia Show 13: To CISSP, or Not to CISSP takes on the question of “the profound problem of security certifications.

Healthy Paranoia Show 9:  Live and Let Scada discusses Scada and ICS security issues.

Healthy Paranoia Show 4: IPv6 Security Smackdown offers up an amusing and informative take on security issues and common vulnerabilities of IPv6.

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TechRepublic Interview on IoT

February 27, 2014 Leave a comment

Joe Klein was interviewed along with Roger G. Johnston and Jacob Williams on the Internet of Things:

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Internet Security Days 2013

September 30, 2013 Leave a comment

Just returned from speaking at Internet Security Days 2013 ( #ISD2013), at Phantasialand in Bruhl (Brühl) Germany, just 30 minutes south of Cologne (Köln) by rail.

My topic was IPv6-Enabled (Cyber-) Security, The Shifting Security Paradigm. The focus was to education the attendees on resilient networks, and how IPv6 plays a major role in accomplishing that task. Below are my slides.

ISD2013 – Shifting Security Paradigm, – Joe Klein v4