The Standard Deviant Security Podcast | Bi-weekly show discussing cyber attacks, data breaches, malware, privacy issues, Internet culture and infosec
About This Show
Are you ready for a completely different kind of information security podcast? The Standard Deviant Security Podcast is a bi-weekly show that takes an in-depth look at the people behind the cyber security stories you hear in the news. Each episode cuts through the noise and hype to deliver compelling and entertaining interviews with people that are challenging the status quo. Hosted by Tony Martin-Vegue -- www.thestandarddeviant.com.
Most Recent Episode
#17 - Justin Peters on the life, ideas and death of Aaron Swartz
Aaron Swartz died about three years ago on January 11, 2013. He was 26 years old and lived a short but remarkable life — he was a programmer, hacktivist, writer and entrepreneur. He helped develop RSS, Creative Commons and also was a co-founder of Reddit among many other accomplishments. His lasting legacy really his is activism around copyright law and his belief that information should be free. He died by suicide while under federal indictment for data theft, for downloading a large amount of academic journals from JSTOR.
Episode #17 features Justin Peters who recently wrote a book on Aaron titled "The Idealist: Aaron Swartz and the Rise of Free Culture on the Internet." We talk about Aaron, his ideas and the person behind the news headlines. Please visit www.thestandarddeviant.com for full show notes.
Rated 5 out of
Great show -- really enjoy it
Can't wait for the next episode. Great show on cyber security and is explained in easy to understand language.
Date published: 2015-07-12