Security Conversations

Sinopse

Security Conversations is a podcast series curated by award-winning security journalist Ryan Naraine. These in-depth interviews cover a wide range of top-of-mind issues, including threat intel, zero trust, security cloud deployments, penetration testing, bug bounties, advancements in offensive research and targeted threat activity.

Episódios

  • Selena Larson, Intelligence Analyst, Dragos

    Selena Larson, Intelligence Analyst, Dragos

    16/09/2020 Duração: 52min

    Journalist-turned-intel analyst Selena Larson joins the podcast to discuss the nuances of cybersecurity journalism, making the shift to analyzing intelligence and writing for a private audience, the ransomware epidemic, and the state of critical infrastructure security. Disclosure: Ryan Naraine is a security strategist at Intel Corp. Ryan produces this podcast in his personal capacity and the views and opinions expressed in these recordings do not necessarily reflect the positions and views of Intel Corp. or any of its subsidiaries.

  • Frederick Lee, Chief Security Officer, Gusto

    Frederick Lee, Chief Security Officer, Gusto

    10/09/2020 Duração: 41min

    Gusto chief security officer Frederick 'Flee' Lee talks about his passion for democratizing security, solving problems for small businesses, the responsibilities of being a black security leader, and the people and experiences that influenced him along the way. Disclosure: Ryan Naraine is a security strategist at Intel Corp. Ryan produces this podcast in his personal capacity and the views and opinions expressed in these recordings do not necessarily reflect the positions and views of Intel Corp. or any of its subsidiaries.

  • Zack Whittaker, Security Editor, TechCrunch

    Zack Whittaker, Security Editor, TechCrunch

    01/09/2020 Duração: 25min

    TechCrunch security writer Zack Whittaker stumbled into journalism while in college and has carved a successful career covering cybersecurity the last decade. He joins the podcast to talk about landing at ZDNet out of university and some lucky breaks along the way. Zack also talks about the trials of living and working with Tourette syndrome. Disclosure: Ryan Naraine is a security strategist at Intel Corp. Ryan produces this podcast in his personal capacity and the views and opinions expressed in these recordings do not necessarily reflect the positions and views of Intel Corp. or any of its subsidiaries.

  • Jason Chan, VP, Information Security, Netflix

    Jason Chan, VP, Information Security, Netflix

    18/08/2020 Duração: 31min

    Netflix security leader Jason Chan talks about the connections between ultra-marathons and running a robust security program, his view of the defender's top priorities, the talent shortage in cybersecurity, and the shifting patterns that drive secure code delivery. Disclosure: Ryan Naraine is a security strategist at Intel Corp. Ryan produces this podcast in his personal capacity and the views and opinions expressed in these recordings do not necessarily reflect the positions and views of Intel Corp. or any of its subsidiaries.

  • Matt Honea, Senior Director, Cybersecurity, Guidewire

    Matt Honea, Senior Director, Cybersecurity, Guidewire

    11/08/2020 Duração: 46min

    After a career in government that included physical security work for the U.S. State Department, Matt Honea transitioned to Silicon Valley and turned his attention to the cyber-insurance space. He joins the podcast for a frank discussion on cyber-insurance, ransomware payments and trends, and his opinions on innovation in security. Disclosure: Ryan Naraine is a security strategist at Intel Corp. Ryan produces this podcast in his personal capacity and the views and opinions expressed in these recordings do not necessarily reflect the positions and views of Intel Corp. or any of its subsidiaries.

  • Andy Greenberg, Senior Writer, Wired

    Andy Greenberg, Senior Writer, Wired

    11/08/2020 Duração: 59min

    Cybersecurity journalist and author Andy Greenberg joins the podcast to talk about his career as a journalist, the ins-and-outs of negotiating a big story with sources, the intricacies of writing a good book, and some of his biggest stories to date. Disclosure: Ryan Naraine is a security strategist at Intel Corp. Ryan produces this podcast in his personal capacity and the views and opinions expressed in these recordings do not necessarily reflect the positions and views of Intel Corp. or any of its subsidiaries.

  • Brooke Pearson, Security Awareness, Uber

    Brooke Pearson, Security Awareness, Uber

    18/06/2020 Duração: 01h01min

    After a career in diplomacy at the U.S. State Department, Uber's Brooke Pearson headed to Silicon Valley to find a new path in cybersecurity. We chat about her early interest in Russia and international relations, a life-changing chance encounter during an airport layover, using non-traditional skills to find success in tech, and her passion for helping minorities find meaningful careers in security. Disclosure: Ryan produces this podcast in his personal capacity. Opinions expressed are personal and do not construe an official endorsement or business relationship of his employer with any product or service.

  • Tim MalcomVetter, Red Team Lead, Walmart

    Tim MalcomVetter, Red Team Lead, Walmart

    05/05/2020 Duração: 59min

    [ DISCLAIMER: These are the personal opinions of Tim MalcomVetter and do not construe an official endorsement or business relationship of his employer with any product or service. ] Walmart Red Team lead Tim MalcomVetter joins the podcast to talk about red-team/blue team dynamics, the adversarial relationship between the two sides, the mentality of a determined attacker, and why everyone in cybersecurity should give jiu-jitsu a try. Disclosure: Ryan Naraine is a security strategist at Intel Corp. Ryan produces this podcast in his personal capacity and the views and opinions expressed in these recordings do not necessarily reflect the positions and views of Intel Corp. or any of its subsidiaries.

  • Matt Suiche, Comae Technologies

    Matt Suiche, Comae Technologies

    17/04/2020 Duração: 42min

    Hacker-turned-entrepreneur Matt Suiche reminisces about the hacking scene in France, his introduction to memory forensics and how his research led to presenting at Microsoft's Blue Hat, the grind of building and selling a company, and his passion for supporting young security researchers in developing countries. Disclosure: Ryan Naraine is a security strategist at Intel Corp. Ryan produces this podcast in his personal capacity and the views and opinions expressed in these recordings do not necessarily reflect the positions and views of Intel Corp. or any of its subsidiaries.

  • Jaime Blasco, ATT Cybersecurity

    Jaime Blasco, AT&T Cybersecurity

    14/04/2020 Duração: 31min

    AT&T Cybersecurity's Jaime Blasco talks about falling in love with security as a high-school student in Spain, finding a career path in pen-testing and offense, shifting to building defensive technologies and his current passion for exploring the value of machine learning. Disclosure: Ryan Naraine is a security strategist at Intel Corp. Ryan produces this podcast in his personal capacity and the views and opinions expressed in these recordings do not necessarily reflect the positions and views of Intel Corp. or any of its subsidiaries.

  • Collin Mulliner, Security Engineer, Cruise

    Collin Mulliner, Security Engineer, Cruise

    04/04/2020 Duração: 33min

    Mobile security pioneer Collin Mulliner talks about the early days of hacking PalmOS devices, the current state of smartphone platforms, his work on securing self driving cars, and why he built and open-sourced a firmware analyzer tool. Disclosure: Ryan Naraine is a security strategist at Intel Corp. Ryan produces this podcast in his personal capacity and the views and opinions expressed in these recordings do not necessarily reflect the positions and views of Intel Corp. or any of its subsidiaries.

  • Michael Piacente, Hitch Partners

    Michael Piacente, Hitch Partners

    30/03/2020 Duração: 33min

    Hitch Partners principal Michael Piacente dishes on the cybersecurity job market during an economic crisis, the intricacies of recruiting top-flight security talent, the high rate of turnover among CISOs, and why companies should spend more time on writing better job descriptions. Disclosure: Ryan Naraine is a security strategist at Intel Corp. Ryan produces this podcast in his personal capacity and the views and opinions expressed in these recordings do not necessarily reflect the positions and views of Intel Corp. or any of its subsidiaries.

  • Dave Aitel, Founder and CEO, Immunity

    Dave Aitel, Founder and CEO, Immunity

    23/03/2020 Duração: 37min

    Security industry pioneer Dave Aitel dishes on entrepreneurship, fostering a "one team, one parking lot" culture, how lessons from his time at the NSA still guides his decisions, and his approach to blunt, honest marketing. We also discuss a shared passion for Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and his work supporting Project Grapple in Miami. Disclosure: Ryan Naraine is a security strategist at Intel Corp. Ryan produces this podcast in his personal capacity and the views and opinions expressed in these recordings do not necessarily reflect the positions and views of Intel Corp. or any of its subsidiaries.

  • Sounil Yu, Cyber Defense Matrix

    Sounil Yu, Cyber Defense Matrix

    17/03/2020 Duração: 35min

    Former Chief Security Scientist at Bank of America, Sounil Yu, explains why he created the Cyber Defense Matrix framework and how organizations are using it to drive visibility and security decisions in multiple places. We discuss securing "cattle vs pets," the next era of security innovation, and the increasing security poverty line that hurts small- and medium-sized businesses. Disclosure: Ryan Naraine is a security strategist at Intel Corp. Ryan produces this podcast in his personal capacity and the views and opinions expressed in these recordings do not necessarily reflect the positions and views of Intel Corp. or any of its subsidiaries.

  • Andy Ellis, Chief Security Officer, Akamai Technologies

    Andy Ellis, Chief Security Officer, Akamai Technologies

    11/03/2020 Duração: 32min

    In an industry where 10-15% of staff are women, Akamai's security team is 40% women and growing. Chief security officer Andy Ellis joins the podcast to share lessons on practical things -- some subtle, some major -- that pushed real diversity on Akamai's security team. Disclosure: Ryan Naraine is a security strategist at Intel Corp. Ryan produces this podcast in his personal capacity and the views and opinions expressed in these recordings do not necessarily reflect the positions and views of Intel Corp. or any of its subsidiaries.

  • Costin Raiu, Global Director, GReAT, Kaspersky Lab

    Costin Raiu, Global Director, GReAT, Kaspersky Lab

    03/09/2018 Duração: 51min

    Veteran malware hunter Costin Raiu talks about writing his own an anti-virus program as a teenager in Romania, his work tracking advanced threat actors globally, and why he assumes his computer is compromised by at least three APT groups.

  • Josh Lefkowitz, Founder and CEO, Flashpoint

    Josh Lefkowitz, Founder and CEO, Flashpoint

    28/08/2018 Duração: 32min

    Flashpoint chief executive Josh Lefkowitz talks about how his previous work as a counter-terrorism analyst underscored the value of contextual threat-intelligence, his company's approach to gathering and analyzing data, and his mission to be an extension of a client's security team.

  • Christine Gadsby, Director of Product Security Operations, BlackBerry

    Christine Gadsby, Director of Product Security Operations, BlackBerry

    06/08/2018 Duração: 27min

    BlackBerry security response executive Christine Gadsby joins the podcast to talk about tough decisions around shipping secure software, the challenges of securing supply chain dependencies, BlackBerry's new ransomware recovery feature, and her upcoming Black Hat 2018 presentation.

  • Chad Loder, co-founder and CEO, Habitu8

    Chad Loder, co-founder and CEO, Habitu8

    31/07/2018 Duração: 53min

    Cybersecurity industry veteran Chad Loder talks about his time as co-founder of Rapid7, the decision to acquire Metasploit, lessons learned from moving to the CISO chair and why the industry still struggles with security awareness training.

  • Chris Castaldo, Senior Director of Cybersecurity, 2U

    Chris Castaldo, Senior Director of Cybersecurity, 2U

    26/07/2018 Duração: 39min

    Chris Castaldo, senior director of cybersecurity at 2U, Inc., joins Ryan on the podcast to talk about building a threat model for digitizing the education sector, his top priorities as a defender, new solutions that impress him, and why it's important to get independent third-party security assessments.

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