The Secure Talk podcast reviews the latest threats, tips, and trends related to cybersecurity and compliance. Host, Mark Shriner, interviews leading cybersecurity executives, consultants, and educators and discuss best practices related to IT security and compliance.
Jim Bowers, Security Architect for TBI
Jim Bowers is Security Architect for TBI, a Chicago-based master agent. An authority in cybersecurity, Bowers has more than 20 years of in-depth security engineering knowledge gained in finance, healthcare, manufacturing and technology.
His expertise ranges from architecting complete security infrastructure, to assessments for vulnerabilities, risk management to phishing training and simulation, DDOS mitigation, endpoint protection and Managed SOC.
Self-Sovereign Identity Authors Alex Preukschat & Shannon Appelcline
Alex Preukschat & Shannon Appelcline co-authors of Self-Sovereign Identity;
Decentralized digital identity and verifiable credentials explain what Self-Sovereign Identity (SSI) is, why it's important, and provide examples of practical applications for individuals and organizations.
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Bina Ramamurthy, Author of Blockchain in Action
Bina Ramamurthy Ph.D. is a Director at Blockchain Thinklab, a Professor at The University of Buffalo, and the author of Block Chain in Action.
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Neil Madden, Author of API Security in Action
Neil Madden, Security Director at ForgeRock and author of API Security in Action provides an overview of API security, how to establish security goals, protect important assets, identify relevant threat models.
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Julien Vehent, Author of Securing DevOps
Julien Vehent, Security Engineering Manager at Google and author of Securing DevOps talks about the importance and best practices related to securing DevOps.
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Sedat Kapanoglu, Author of Street Coder; The Rules to Break and How to Break Them
Sedat Kapanoglu, Co-Founder of Eksi and author of Street Coder; The Rules to Break and How to Break Them, talks about his book and explains why, when, and how developers should challenge the status quo. Sedat also shares his ideas on security and gives some excellent career advice for aspiring and mid-career coders.
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