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Welcome to the Cyber Security & Cloud Podcast #CSCP where we will explore the dark secret of cloud and cyber. The podcast focuses on people and their stories and explores the human element that brings so many people together Some episode will be for the well-seasoned cybersecurity veteran but most are about stories of infosec people and how they reach where they are now. The focus and various stream of the podcast is Cybersecurity, Cloud Security, Application Security Social Engineering, and ...
 
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Guy Podjarny is the Co-Founder and President at Snyk, who’s focused on securing open-source code. Guy is an author, speaker, podcaster, ex-CTO at Akamai, founder of Blaze, and a startup advisor and investor. Francesco and Guy discuss the state of the industry, what it means to be empathetic and empowering, and how to create a fantastic company cult…
 
Modern organizations are ramping up their use of DevOps methodologies, open source software, and container technology to optimize their digital transformation initiatives and bring products to market more quickly. This optimization, however, comes with newfound risk. Join Clinton Herget, Principal Solutions Engineer at Snyk, to learn about the secu…
 
In this episode, we have talked with Brian Vermeer, Developer Advocate at Synk. We have asked him about his job (which focuses primarily on security), how his technical background is related to the job, how did he get to this opportunity, and what are the day-to-day responsibilities he fulfills. Click here to watch all episodes…
 
Early to market… it can sometimes mean the kiss of death for a company. However, if you get it the timing right, it’s a competitive advantage and an opportunity to build a massive company. In this episode, we’ve got a great story about a company that was in this exact scenario, yet they executed, scaled and remain a pillar tech company in the indus…
 
Hey wassup #knicknation got my guy Aiden from @knickscommunity Pod 🗽 we talk recent knick news. Make the playoffs or lottery bound? RJ Barrett sophomore leap. RJ Barrett left off the top 25 players 25 years old younger talk. We also talk about wassup with management not making trades at the deadline. Also Julius Randle Obi talk 🗣 tune in 🎧--- Suppo…
 
We conclude our two-part conversation with Weaveworks co-founder Alexis Richardson, picking up when the company received Series A investment in December 2014. Since then, they built projects like Scope, Cortex and Flux as well as SaaS offerings based on them. We also look at Alexis’s role in the founding of the CNCF. Please be sure to listen to the…
 
In this episode, we have talked with Lais Carvalho, Developer Advocate at OpenTeams. Lais has told us a bit about herself, shared the experience of being a Developer Advocate from her point of view, mentioned how she started this journey, and elaborated about what she was doing initially, and what she does now.…
 
We’re tackling one of the most ambiguous and subjective roles in the software engineering career path, the Staff Engineer. Many companies don’t even have this role, and the ones that do have a hard time defining exactly what it means. Will Larson, the CTO of Calm, and author of the new book, Staff Engineer: Leadership Beyond the Management Track, j…
 
Corey has an impressive background in terms of his career path and his many accomplishments as a leader, which we discuss in detail. But that is only part of the story.I was also very excited to talk with Corey about Rapid7’s Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion initiatives. The company has been very open about their goals and progress. In 2018, Rapid7 s…
 
Eddie Jaude is an Open Source expert, the GitHub Star 2020, a passionate DevRel, and a YouTuber with 18,000+ subscribers. Eddie and Francesco continue their conversation about how security and developer teams can work better together. They also discuss Eddie’s growing online community and the importance of diversity and inclusion in the industry. T…
 
Wassup everybody this is the audio 🎧 form of our conversation recently. We spoke about the injury woes on this team, saying goodbye to Mike Woodson , what the Knicks can do with the 2 open roster spots and more🎧 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/SNYKpodcast/support
 
Change is difficult. And it’s even more difficult, if you’re the one trying to make change happen. That’s where Dominica DeGrandis comes in. As the author of Making Work Visible, Dominica has been helping teams make big changes for decades. And now she is joining us to explain the steps we can take to start making a change inside of our organizatio…
 
We’re trying something new! In Part 1 of a two-part conversation with Weaveworks co-founder Alexis Richardson, we have a wide ranging conversation about career choices, finance, founding and selling tech companies, and the dangers of being pigeon-holed based on the first project your company releases. Next week we’ll finish the conversation by talk…
 
In this episode, we have talked with Kat Cosgrove, Developer Advocate at JFrog. We have asked her about her day-to-day life with this role, how did she start her career, what are the main expectations from a Developer Advocate in her opinion, and how does she usually find the people who need her help. Click here to watch all episodes…
 
Distributed tracing is surfacing in the global consciousness of DevOps and Observability as critical signals, on par with metrics and logging. However, while the technology and operations of metrics and logging solutions are well established and understood, distributed tracing is still an early discipline and ripe for learning. For microservices en…
 
With experience in many different facets of the tech world, Daniel Bryant makes for a very interesting guest. Daniel started out as an academic, with the hopes of becoming a lecturer, but it didn’t take long for him to realize that he preferred being involved in the practical side of things. He is currently working for Ambassador Labs, and in this …
 
Much like cloud computing, open source technologies have changed the game. When I think about it, it’s unlikely that VentureFizz would exist if it wasn’t for open source software. There’s no way I could have gotten it off the ground if I had to purchase an expensive content management system. It took many years for open source to become commonplace…
 
Craig Ford author of a Hacker I am, an architect turned into a hacker. Craig talks about cybersecurity, industry, working together as well as covering the basics and beginning in the cloud and cybersecurity The episode is brought you by Security Phoenix Ltd with the AppSec Phoenix platform you can make Application Security and Software development …
 
Finding and removing vulnerabilities and compliance violations should start as early as possible in the CI/CD pipeline. In this podcast. Glen Kosaka, VP Product Management of NeuVector, will discuss how NeuVector supports and enhances Red Hat and OpenShift security initiatives such as the Vulnerability Scanner Certification, Red Hat Operator, and O…
 
Grant Miller is the co-founder and CEO of Replicated, which helps operationalize and scale the delivery of Kubernetes-based apps into the enterprise. We look at what it means to be enterprise software in a SaaS world, and we also get some 2021 predictions from guest host Liz Rice. Do you have something cool to share? Some questions? Let us know: we…
 
As the VP of Engineering at GitHub, Dana Lawson’s team makes decisions that change the development workflows for millions of people at a time. On this episode of Dev Interrupted we chat about the role of technical leadership, how to implement continuous improvement, and how positivity relates to dev team culture. Join the Dev Interrupted community:…
 
Learn how Red Hat weaves together DevOps and Security to master the force called DevSecOps. Every 3rd week of the month we bring you Red Hat products and our security ecosystem partners to aid in your journey. We help you integrate DevSecOps into your OpenShift lifecycle and create a strategic advantage to win against security problems.…
 
Today's guest, Justin Cormack, comes from the DevOps side of things. Justin is the CTO at Docker and is passionate about security, software development, and the open source community. He also sits on the CNCF Technical Oversight Committee, where he helps projects and communities grow. In this conversation, we hear more about what Justin's position …
 
When you think of the greatest athletes, like Serena Williams or Tom Brady, you are in awe of their success and the number of championships that they have won. In the business world, success is often measured by an exit - either an acquisition or an IPO and one could also argue that the IPO is many times the harder hill to climb.Well… when you look…
 
AJ Yawn is LinkedIn’s Top Voice 2020, a Veteran, and the Co-Founder and CEO at ByteCheck whose goal is to “make compliance suck less.” AJ shares what it takes to be a successful entrepreneur, taking calculated risks, and why you need to start taking advantage of LinkedIn right now before it’s too late! The episode is brought you by Security Phoenix…
 
If you’d like something more tangible than a virtual cloud instance, there’s always (still!) bare metal. Tinkerbell is a project from Equinix Metal to manage bare metal servers at scale, and Gianluca Arbezzano is one of its maintainers. We talk stacks, racks and MACs. Do you have something cool to share? Some questions? Let us know: web: kubernetes…
 
Join us to hear from Mirko Novakovic, Co-founder and CEO of Instana on how Instana was founded, where it got its name and and how its original idea is still the guiding principle of the company. Also learn why this idea of automation, context and Intelligent action is so important in today’s cloud native environments.…
 
Today’s guest is someone we have wanted to have on the show for a long time, and we are so happy to finally welcome him. Dev Akhawe is the Head of Security at Figma, the first state-of-the-art interface design tool that runs entirely in your browser. Before that, Dev worked at Dropbox, as Director of Security Engineering, leading application securi…
 
Payal is a Partner at .406 Ventures. She joined the firm almost 6 years ago and co-leads the digital health practice. Karthyn joined .406 Ventures this year as a Vice President and she is also aligned with the digital health sector. Needless to say, the healthcare industry has gone through radical transformation due to the pandemic and a lot of the…
 
Martin Knobloch is a Global AppSec Strategist at Micro Focus and the Chapter Leader of OWASP (Open Web Application Security Project) in the Netherlands. OWASP provides free resources and tools in the field of web application security. Francesco and Martins discuss the challenges of working with DevOps and the importance of writing secure code from …
 
Shoutouts to the fellas at @sportsology I got my guy Mr. Marcus stop by first time on the pod and we speak about this beautiful article he’s written about the Knicks. Go check it out at sportsology.com. Had a great time talking knicks and shoutouts to RJ Barrett finally touching 30 points in a game stellar second season. 🎧 tune in --- Support this …
 
Crossplane lets you automate creation of infrastructure using Kubernetes APIs. Daniel Mangum is a Crossplane maintainer working at its creator Upbound, a TL of Kubernetes SIG Release, and a YouTube streaming star. He chats about tech with host Craig Box, who is helped this week by returning guest Ken Massada from GKE’s Support team. Do you have som…
 
Hey wassup knick nation for the first time on my guy @Pjc708 Pat from @theknickswall shoutouts to those guys over there 🗽. We spoke about how he became apart of the Knicks Wall family. We talk recent knick news As per usual Randle and the young core. Also our favorite targets for the trade deadline and much more tune in 🎧🗽 --- Support this podcast:…
 
In the second and final part of our DevSecOps series with John Willis we take a deep dive into the types of information engineering leaders should be providing their developers, how we can shift security left to save time and resources, and the steps scaling companies can start making today to apply modern DevSecOps methodologies. Join the Dev Inte…
 
Without connecting people, what are you building? How are you managing the things in your companies versus leading your people? Welcome back to The Secure Developer. Today’s guest is Amanda Honea-Frias, who has a great personal story about how she got into security. Starting off a unique career with roles ranging from construction, DevOps, network …
 
Many successful entrepreneurs disrupt industries with innovative ideas, but how many can say their disruption actually helped create and jumpstart a whole industry that is massive.Chris has been involved in the cybersecurity industry since the beginning as a member of the elite hacker think tank in the 90’s called the L0pht, which went on to testif…
 
Michael Fraser is the Co-founder, CEO, and Chief Architect at Refactr, a Seattle-based DevSecOps software startup. He is an Air Force Veteran, serial entrepreneur, and expert in cloud and cybersecurity. They discuss their concern and apprehension around low code, no code, and citizen developers. The episode is brought you by Security Phoenix Ltd wi…
 
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