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Discover real people, overcoming security problems. 30-minute interviews with entrepreneurs, engineers, and leaders that explore modern security dilemmas and how we overcome them. A shame-free space to engage in open and honest discussions about what‘s really going on in Security. Interviews of about 30 minutes in length explore the dilemmas and opportunities faced by real entrepreneurs, operators, engineers, and leaders. Join us and catch a glimpse into the proven technologies and technique ...
 
It doesn't take a global pandemic for people to work from home but the Coronavirus sure has increased the circle to include so many more of us. Whether you're juggling little kids while trying to get that paper written, isolated and lacking the inspiration you usually get from daily encounters or just happy you're finally not stuck in traffic… welcome to Even Remotely Effective, a podcast bringing you practical tips from people like you for overcoming the challenges of working from home so y ...
 
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Michael Malone, Founder and CEO of SmallStep, joins for an in-depth and compelling discussion focused on Identity, Certificates, X.509, and Authentication. Michael offers us the whole story of the humble beginnings of SmallStep. They were initially focused on Authorization but quickly pivoting to Authentication. Michael shares his philosophy around…
 
Dylan Ayrey, Founder and CEO of Truffle Secure, joins for thought-provoking on how open-source projects, and Tuffle Hog in particular, are helping everyone build a more secure, resilient, transparent future. How do you find secrets in a GitHub repo, including your Git history? Are you skeptical that open-source projects can be used to build a real …
 
Fredrick Lee ("Flee"), the CSO of Gusto, joins for a thought-provoking, bold, and honest discussion on the importance of diversity when building engineering teams in general and security teams in particular. Flee shares humble childhood stories growing up, attending a boarding school in the deep south where he helped teachers with the school's comp…
 
Michael Brooks, CISO at Trava, joins for a thought-provoking discussion of cyber risk, ransomware attacks, business preparedness, and risk management. The fundamental core issue behind all cybersecurity initiatives is data security. If we don't understand the value of our data, then what do we have? The question we might need to be asking ourselves…
 
Join me for an interview with Prakash Darji, General Manager of Digital Experience Business Unit at Pure Storage, for a lively discussion on the future of storage and security. Everything from Pure Storage's recent Portworx acquisition to recovering quickly from ransomware, take a sneak peek into the future of storage and security as Prakash sees i…
 
Join me for an interview with Leigh Honeywell. As founder and CEO of Tall Poppy, she's building tools and services to help companies protect their employees from online harassment and abuse. Together, we share many vulnerable and authentic moments as we explore online harassment, abuse, and how Tall Poppy helps humans navigate difficult situations …
 
An interview with Wesley Belleman, Cyber Warfare Operator at the California Air National Guard and System Engineer at Palo Alto Networks, and his journey through Security Operations in the United Space Space Force. In this episode, we dive into what a SOC is, how new technology changes our ability to respond to threats, and what the open problems a…
 
An interview with Daniel Feldman, Cloud Security Architect at HPE (formerly Scytale.io), as we discuss his journey through service authentication with the open standard SPIFFE and the implementation SPIRE. In this episode, Daniel tells the story of how he came across this problem of authentication at Veritas Technologies, why he joined a small star…
 
An interview with Andrew Gontarczyk, Chief Information Security Officer at Pure Storage, on the challenges of building a security team. When is the right time for a company to build a security team? What types of Security Teams are there (Product Security, Infrastructure Security, DevSecOps, Red Team, Blue Team, Purple Teams), and what do they do? …
 
Join me for an interview with Anand Ganesh, Founding Software Architect at Hammerspace, to discuss how storageless data solves traditional B2B storage security problems. What is storageless data? How does Hammerspace encrypt data at rest? How do disaster recovery, backup, and snapshot data protection mechanisms work in Hammerspace? Why does data-as…
 
He's a software developer at a purpose-driven software house who also blogs and creates books and courses, while (or in his case "whilst") he and his wife raise their two young children. So how does Jon Hilton of Shropshire, UK, do it all and how has the Corona lockdown impacted his routines? In order to achieve his mission -- helping his fellow de…
 
If there's one thing none of us can imagine how we'd manage these challenging times without – it's internet connectivity. All our personal and professional exchanges of information are being disseminated from our personal keyboards to specific addressees. Right? Or are they?You don't have to be a multi-national corporation not to want your informat…
 
The fact that we think over 50 thousand thoughts a day is enough to stress us out, even without extenuating circumstances like Corona. And it may sound counter intuitive at first, but it's actually very helpful to learn how to be in the moment rather than constantly second guessing what's already over and done with or worrying about a future that m…
 
Probably one of the only people I know who can make me seem shy or introverted in comparison, my dear, force of nature friend Idit Karni is here to change how you think about your online professional presence and network.Idit, founder of "Karni HR", is a career coach and organizational consultant, who works with both parties to the employment relat…
 
You'll have to pardon me if I exceed the legal limit of "that's incredible!" per episode on this one, because my guest Susie McLachlan completely astounded me. Susie and her husband are raising two gorgeous children – which she's homeschooling, by the way - on their Australian farm, located hours away from major cities. So her baseline "remotelines…
 
Are your employees and volunteers expected to respond 24/7 just because the tech now makes them available? Who can your organization turn to for guidance in this new mode of emergency operation? And why, now more than ever, would it be prudent for you to find three different ways of communicating your messages to the people you seek to serve? All t…
 
You're going to want to pull up a chair for this one. Or better yet, get up from your chair, and sit back down properly. And then be sure to get up and move around. And repeat. Again and again throughout your day. Most of us didn’t design our homes to be work spaces. And that means the chairs and other furniture we’re using now, may not have the be…
 
Got 10 hours of video calls ahead?Don't sweat it. Be sure to blow dry your hair, dress professionally – at least from the waist up - and try to space out the next batch of calls much more. Take it from my dear friend Laura Gilinski, VP of Philanthropic Partnerships at Start-Up Nation Central, who manages people, projects and strategies like nobody'…
 
Managers, this one's for you! How can you take the emotional temperature of your team in these trying times? How can you model psychological safety and make room for the expression of differences of opinion and conflict? What can you learn from the Japanese art of Kintsugi and why might this be precisely the time to call up your competition and sug…
 
What's the secret to multitasking when you're trying to work from home while juggling three little kids? If you ask my brother Matan Gold, he'll tell you you'd be wise to stop multitasking and start tasking, one by one, delineating clear boundaries between the separate types of things you're trying to accomplish. As the devoted husband of brilliant…
 
A special running friend of mind from Jerusalem, also quarantined post return from international travel, is the ever upbeat Allison Pollock, social worker and personal trainer extraordinaire, who has overcome her slight tech phobia to master delivering her High Intensity Interval circuit Training known by their acronym HIIT classes, over Zoom. Let'…
 
While in back-from-overseas precautionary isolation in her room, she raised 14 thousand dollars in 6 hours for at risk families supported by the non profit she established, Though secluded for endless hours, she's had the self discipline to not access her family's Netflix subscription and she wants you to give yourself permission to exercise, read …
 
From ergonomics to defining your space, professional appearance to mindset, not to mention some cool tech hacks, meet Craig Constantine, internet entrepreneur extraordinaire, with golden tips for any of us transitioning into working remotely.By https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Scott_Holmes/Inspiring__Upbeat_Music/Scott_Holmes_-_Inspirational_Outlook, Theme Music "Inspirational Outlook" by Scott Holmes
 
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