Podcast Republic in Android for me. Works great, keeps track of your progress, and has options to automatically download / delete episodes.
ISC2 have started their own podcast series - Cyber Switched.
Listened to the first episode this morning. Most security podcasts ae US focussed so it was nice to hear something with an EMEA focus.
I wanted to introduce a new podcast on the block, Adi Global Networks. It is focusing on technical and practical experiences from different professionals. As most podcasts focus on US market, this is more focused on Balkan and eastern European region, but not limited to.
Targeting more practical discussions but also introducing open source tools every week. Knowledge sharing for the region, that many times does not get the voice.
Since there were 6 more added I went ahead and recompiled the list. I have not verified each of these, just compiled the list again.
Security Podcasts and websites
Here is a big list of recommended ones:
Great input. My favorites include Security Now, Internet Storm Center, Southern Fried Security (policy type discussions) and Hak5 (pen testing)
The real reason I am posting... How do you keep track of your podcasts for submission? I have a decent way on android phones but I am wondering if anybody has another?
Fwiw, on Android, I use tasker to receive the PLAYBACK_STATUS intent from my podcaster (currently beyondpod but have had it working with others). I use that intent to create a log of everything I listen to. It logs every 6 seconds the podcast and episode name, description, current position and a few other things to a monthly-named, pipe-delimited file. I then use foldersync to copy that file to dropbox. A couple times a year, i pull all the logs into excel and parse out how many hours I have spent listening to relevant podcasts.
It works but I really expected some podcast app to just keep a d@mn history of what I am doing instead of this rube goldberg setup (+ it would be nice to be able to continue on google home or alexa and still be logged).
Anybody have a good idea they are willing to share? Let me know if you want more detail on what I am doing, it is pretty straightforward and has worked for several years across android versions and phones.