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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 …
 
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 …
 
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…
 
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 …
 
Welcome back to The Secure Developer. On today’s episode, Guy Podjarny is joined by Nicolas Chaillan. Nicolas is the United States Air Force's first Chief Software Officer, responsible for enabling Air Force programs in the transition from Agile to DevSecOps to establish Force-wide DevSecOps capabilities and best practices, including continuous aut…
 
Welcome back to The Secure Developer. On today's episode, Guy Podjarny, President and Founder of Snyk, is joined by James Turnbull. James is an engineering leader, author of 11 books, and open source developer, and is currently the VP of Engineering at Timber, working on the open source observability platform, Vector. He was formerly the CTO-in-res…
 
A secure organization requires a large amount of buy-in from beyond those immediately concerned with security. This can prove a challenge at certain companies and facilitating a shared vision of priorities is something that security leads should know the importance of. Joining us on the show to talk about his role and team at Pearson, is DevSecOps …
 
On today’s episode, Guy Podjarny, President and Co-founder of Snyk, is joined by VP of Developer Relations, Simon Maple. Simon takes the role of hosting this episode and chats to Guy about the key 2020 podcast themes. They discuss the importance of security champions and celebrating success, as well as what we can look forward to in 2021. Measuring…
 
Today’s guest, Mike Shema, is no stranger to podcasts. As the host of the Application Security Weekly show, he has firsthand insights into the trends and movements in the industry. When he is not on air, Mike works with developers at Square to protect applications, their data, and their users. With a broad range of AppSec experience, from manual se…
 
Many developers and publishers serve as unwitting vehicles for malware. Today we speak with Snyk co-founder and Chief Security Officer Danny Grander about SourMint — a malicious SDK that has been integrated into popular apps, seeing a total of 1.2 billion downloads per month. That was before it was exposed by the Snyk research team. We open our con…
 
In episode 80 of The Secure Developer, Guy Podjarny is joined by Kyle Randolph, VP of Security, Privacy, Compliance, and Assurance at Episerver (who recently acquired Optimizely, where he was CISO). Kyle was our first ever guest on the show back in episode 1, four years ago, so we thought it a good idea to invite him back on to see how things have …
 
In today’s episode, Guy Podjarny talks to Brendan Dibbell, the application security engineer team lead at Toast, a restaurant technology company based in Boston, Massachusetts. Before moving into security, he spent years as a software developer, building mission-critical systems such as identity management, payment processing, and healthcare platfo…
 
Today, we’re going to explore approaches to security at companies of different scales with Sacha Faust, Head of Security Intelligence at Amazon Payments. Sacha has held numerous roles in security and development across the industry spectrum, and we kick things off hearing about his journey in the space. The first part of the episode is about the di…
 
Today’s guest is Andy Steingruebl, Chief Security Officer at Pinterest, here to talk about DevSecOps, collaboration, and measuring security performance at his place of work! We open with a few details from Andy’s background and how he got into security by working on UNIX systems. After talking about how he splits up his teams, Andy touches on the f…
 
Today’s guest is Lucas Moody, Head of Security Innovation and Operations at Rubrik, here to talk about what being forward-thinking about security in 2020 looks like. We open with Lucas sketching out his impressive career in Silicon Valley and how his role as the first CISO at Palo Alto Networks is informing his current work at Rubrik. Here we explo…
 
On The Secure Developer, we often hear a lot of opinions and experiences from people who are working in development, so today we’re turning to the data, to figure out what works and what doesn’t in the world of DevOps and SecDevOps. Joining us for a panel discussion on the topic is Alanna Brown, Senior Marketing Director at Puppet and mastermind be…
 
Bringing large organizations in line with modern security practices can be a tricky task, especially when they don’t understand how valuable security is to the business and your customers. Today we speak with Geoff Kershner, Chief Security Officer at Medallia, who brings 25 years of experience to bear on leveling up the security of big organization…
 
It’s been well accepted by now that we’re all humans and if you want to incentivize developers to do well in terms of security then you should recognize them! So, today on The Secure Developer, we will be having another one of our mix episodes, where we compile a sequence of snippets from conversations out of different episodes of the show and our …
 
Welcome to the first episode in a series where we reflect on the lessons given to us by our previous guests. This episode is a deep focus on security champions — developers with extra training who provide input from the security side of things. Our first perspective comes from episode 59 featuring Steve White, Field CISO of Pivotal, now a part of V…
 
On today’s episode, Guy Podjarny, President and Co-Founder of Snyk talks to Nitzan Blouin. Nitzan’s background combines engineering and product management. She built six QA test departments from scratch while bulletproofing big data with mobile products. Nowadays, she’s leading Spotify’s product security team. In this episode, Nitzan digs into chan…
 
Security teams often adopt an untrusting and policing approach to development, creating confrontational relationships that only increase risk. For many companies, this culture of gatekeeping prevents the adoption of DevSecOps practices. But now the data is out! Having used agile practices to integrate DevSecOps into Comcast’s development cycle, Lar…
 
Today, we talk about business, technology, and development as it relates to cloud security with Teri Radichel, CEO of 2nd Sight Lab and author of Cybersecurity for Executives in the Age of Cloud. Teri begins by explaining how she got into the world of cloud security after experiencing a breach in her prior web application development and hosting co…
 
Today’s episode of The Secure Developer features some fantastic content from a panel at DevSecCon London. Clint Gibler, Research Director at the NCC Group is joined by Doug DePerry, Director of Defense at Datadog, Tash Norris, Head of Product Security at Moonpig, Jesse Endahl, CSO at Fleetsmith, and Zane Lackey, CSO at Signal Sciences. The discussi…
 
Chaos engineering is a powerful practice where experiments are run to build confidence that a system operates as expected. While the practice shapes the way that large-scale systems are built, it is underutilized in the security space. Verica, a continuous verification company that uses chaos engineering to make systems more secure, is looking to r…
 
For this episode, we are joined by Yashvier Kosaraju, who manages the product security team at the ever-inspiring Twilio! Yash is here to share a whole load of insights and learnings from his career, with a specific focus on the 'Security Champions' program at his current company and what management means to him coming from a consulting background.…
 
On today’s episode, Guy Podjarny talks to Alyssa Miller, a security advocate who is here to talk about everything DevSpecOps. Alyssa begins by detailing her extensive experience from working in FinTech to becoming a penetration tester, security evangelist, team leader, and security consultant. After talking about her experience with app security, A…
 
On today’s episode, Guy Podjarny talks to Ryan Ware, a Security Architect and director of the Intel Products Assurance and Security Tools team. He has been at Intel since 1999, and has focused on product security for almost his entire career. His current passion is ensuring that developers at Intel have the right security tools in their hands to be…
 
On today’s episode, Guy Podjarny talks to Kelly Shortridge about security, microservices, and chaos engineering. Kelly is currently VP of product strategy at Capsule8, following product roles at SecurityScorecard, BAE Systems Applied Intelligence, as well as co-founding IperLane, a security startup which was acquired. Kelly is also known for presen…
 
Careers often take interesting, meandering journeys and coalesce in unexpected ways. With a Ph.D. in Medical Genetics, today’s guest, Dr. Wendy Ng did not envision herself working in DevSecOps. However, she has combined her academic skills with technical prowess to now hold the role of DevSecOps Security Managing Advisor at Experian. We kick the ep…
 
For this episode of The Secure Developer Podcast, we welcome Scott Helme to chat with us about front end security. Scott is the force behind Security Headers and Report URI and he is also a Pluralsight author and an award-winning entrepreneur! We get to hear about Scott's professional trajectory since leaving college, the interesting developments a…
 
Today we have a great guest who brings battle tested perspectives on security from both inside and out, Ian Amit! Ian is Chief Security Officer at Cimpress and founder of the Penetration Testing Execution Standard as well as Tel Aviv DEFCON group (DC9723). Ian has worked on everything from pen testing to red teaming, risk management, research, and …
 
In episode 59 of The Secure Developer, Guy Podjarny talks to Steve White, Field CISO at Pivotal. Steve spends his time helping organizations envision and implement new ways of integrating security into their software development, deployment, and operations life cycle. Most recently, his focus has been on cybersecurity, helping build a cybersecurity…
 
In episode 58 of The Secure Developer, Guy Podjarny talks to Shannon Lietz, DevSecOps Leader and Director at Intuit. Shannon is a multi-award winning leader and security innovation visionary with 20 years of experience in motivating high performance teams. Today on The Secure Developer, we interview Shannon Lietz from Intuit. She is a multi-award w…
 
Many banks are still running on decades-old sets of legacy technologies, but the security and performance advantages cloud-native systems offer is changing that. Today, we’re going into the future of banking technology with Neil Drennan, CTO at 10x Future Technologies. His firm is building the first cloud-native banking platform that can be used by…
 
On today’s episode, Guy Podjarny, President and cofounder of Snyk, talks to Seth Vargo at DevSecCon Seattle. Seth previously worked at HashiCorp, Chef Software, CustomInk, and a few Pittsburgh-based startups. He is the author of Learning Chef and is passionate about reducing inequality in technology. Today, he is now a developer advocate at Google …
 
Barriers to entering the DevSecOps community are becoming much weaker thanks to its provision of free resources and through the work of diversity activists too. Much praise can be given to Vandana Verma in this regard, who we were lucky to have as our guest on the show today. Vandana is an experienced application security practitioner, currently wo…
 
For this special, DevSecCon Seattle, edition of the show, our guest is Erkang Zheng from LifeOmic. Erkang is an experienced cybersecurity specialist and recently developed JupiterOne, a security product that is changing how organizations manage their cloud-based infrastructure. We get to hear from Erkang about the unique way that security is run at…
 
Today on the show, we welcome Roland Cloutier. As the Chief Security Officer of ADP, Roland works to protect and secure one of the world’s largest providers of business outsourcing solutions. Prior to that, Roland served as the Vice President and Chief Security Officer of EMC, where he spearheaded protection of the company’s worldwide business acro…
 
Today on The Secure Developer, we interview the Director of Product Security at Datadog, Douglas DePerry. Doug has experience in the offense side of the industry, working as a security researcher and consultant at LeafSR and iSEC partners, and in the realm of defense, having been involved with various defense contractors and the US army. In this ep…
 
Security is a vital feature of a platform’s architecture on both the service provider as well as the consumer, and it helps to have a leader who can see the big picture. Our guest for today is Adrian Ludwig, Chief Information Security Officer at Atlassian. Adrian has a marketing and tech background, we speak to him about his transition between the …
 
Joining us on today’s episode of The Secure Developer is Mandi Walls, technical community manager at Chef Software. Her role involves helping technology organizations increase their effectiveness by using configuration management and other modern IT practices. Along with this, she is also a frequent speaker at tech conferences and is the author of …
 
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