A podcast about security for developers, covering tools and best practices.
Ep. #94 Product Security Insights with Rinki Sethi
In episode 94 of The Secure Developer, Guy Podjarny speaks to Rinki Sethi, Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer at Twitter. While there is not a universal approach to embedding security within a company, Rinki shares some of the core principles. We talk about Twitter, what it has been like there for her, and the direction she sees the company going. Be sure to tune in today to hear more!
Ep. #93 State of Cloud Native Application Security with Simon Maple
In episode 93 of The Secure Developer, Guy Podjarny speaks to colleague, Simon Maple, Field CTO at Snyk, who has recently co-authored a report called 'The State of Cloud Native Application Security'. Simon shares some of the main findings that came out of the survey which formed the basis of the report. Almost 600 people took part in the survey, with a good mix of roles amongst the respondents. The results from the survey reveal the significant impact that a company’s level of automation has on security, and here Guy and Simon explore why this is the case.
Ep. #92 Being a Cybersecurity Influencer and Finding Security Champions with Ashish Rajan
In episode 92 of The Secure Developer, Guy Podjarny speaks to Ashish Rajan, who is currently the Global Head of Security for a forward-thinking product company called PageUp in Melbourne, Australia. Guy and Ashish talk about the challenges of starting in a new security position when working remotely during the COVID pandemic and how to build trust and validity. Tune in today for an in-depth discussion on cloud security and what the future holds!
Ep. #91 Open Source Security with Dr. David A. Wheeler
In episode 91 of The Secure Developer, Guy Podjarny speaks to Dr. David A. Wheeler, an expert in both open source and developing secure software. David is the Director of Open Source Supply Chain Security at the Linux Foundation and teaches a graduate course in developing secure software at George Mason University. Today’s discussion revolves around open source security (or OSS), in which David is an expert, not just from the perspective of consuming open source but also creating and even governing open source. Tuning in, you’ll learn about some of the primary security concerns in open source and the necessity to educate developers about secure software.
Ep. #90, The Current and Future Landscape of Development with Daniel Bryant
In episode 88 of The Secure Developer, Guy Podjarny speaks to Daniel Bryant, Director of DevRel at Ambassador Labs, picking his brain regarding all things development! Daniel shares his opinion on ethics in the field and no code/low code platforms. We discuss what he believes are the most important elements in ensuring optimal development and where the biggest obstacles lie. We also dive into Europe’s new General Data Protection Regulation and the influence it is having on the development world, the changes that Daniel is seeing in the level of interest being shown for certain topics at the conferences he attends, and what he thinks the future of development looks like! Don’t miss out on this informative episode.
Ep. #89, Containers and Developer Experience in the Cloud Native World with Justin Cormack
In episode 88 of The Secure Developer, Guy Podjarny speaks to Justin Cormack, CTO at Docker who is passionate about security, software development, and the open source community. In this conversation, we hear more about what Justin's position as CTO involves and how Docker is getting back to its roots as a developer-focused company that concentrates on developers' needs. We also discuss what Justin has seen in terms of how companies use containers. Given that containers are still relatively new, their problems require unique solutions, and Justin unpacks some of the security-related concerns that Docker clients face.
Excellent guests and discussion!
Really great topics discussed every episodes for industry leaders. Really enjoy listening and learning from them.