Joe Sullivan Network Security and INFOSEC Professional
I’m Joe Sullivan and I host the No BS INFOSEC Podcast every week and can be found on iTunes, Google Play, and Stitcher. The podcast covers information security and IT related topics. I started in INFOSEC inadvertently in the web hosting industry where I was working with Linux web servers running on Cobalt Raq severs. The Raq wasn’t a secure when it first came out and was frequently hacked. I learned a lot cleaning up those hacked servers, and later working as outsourced support for a large web hosting company called VDI where Cpanel got its start.
I spent 10 years working as a network security manager for a consumer electronics distributor where I had to create INFOSEC solutions from scratch. This was challenging since the company wouldn’t commit to a security budget. Presently I’m the network security administrator for a Bank in Oklahoma, as well as a private investigator that specializes in computer crime and identity theft cases.
The INFOSEC podcast will cover issues related to firewalls, routers, VPN’s, and top INFOSEC news stories that I think are relevant to whatever my topic will be for that podcast. I’ll also cover business related topics such as disaster recovery, incident and breach policies, and security policies. I also have other projects going on that may come up on some podcast episodes – I work as technical engineer for my wife’s podcast, That Crazy Redhead Sports Show, and I’m presently looking for a cofounder for a startup that involves solving wire transfer fraud in the banking industry.
I’m always looking for guests to have on the INFOSEC podcast. If you would like to be a guest, submit your information using the contact form and include:
- Subject matter you want to discuss
- Phone number
- Social media links
If I feel it’s a good fit for podcast I’ll get back to you and schedule a time for a call in session to record the podcast.