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Source: IT World - Posted by Anthony Pell   
Latest News It may be cliché but security is an ever-changing world. I am often asked how I keep up to date on the latest security trends and news in this rapidly changing world. The two primary tools I use to do this are security podcasts and Twitter. Being a consultant I spend a lot of time on the road and have long periods of free time while driving or flying to clients' sites. While on the road, or during my daily commute, I fill those open hours by listening to podcasts. I am going to discuss the security podcasts I listen to, with a short description of each one. In a future post I'll discuss how I use Twitter to keep in touch with the security community and stay on top of emerging trends.

ASIS Security Management Podcast is a monthly podcast containing highlights from the ASIS Security Management magazine. The magazine and podcast tend to be heavily focused on physical security, but there is some information security mixed in also. This is a great podcast if you want to learn more about physical security.

Crypto-Gram Security Podcast is simply Bruce Schneier's monthly Crypto-Gram newsletter read aloud by Dan Henage. If you don't have time to read the printed version of Crypto-Gram, this is a great way to keep up to date on a fascinating newsletter. If you haven't read the Crypto-Gram newsletter you owe it to yourself to check out this podcast. I leave every podcast thinking about a security problem or issue in a new way.

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