21 episodes

Access Control, a podcast providing practical security advice for startups.

Access Control Teleport

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Access Control, a podcast providing practical security advice for startups.

    Securing the Open-source Future

    Securing the Open-source Future

    'Access Control,' where we explore the intricate landscape of cryptography and cybersecurity with our esteemed guest, Filippo Valsorda, a distinguished cryptography engineer and an influential open source maintainer.

    For this 21st episode of Access Control Podcast, a podcast providing practical security advice for startups, Director of Developer Relations at Teleport Ben Arent chats with Filippo Valsorda. Filippo is a cryptography engineer and open-source maintainer. From 2018 to 2022, he worked on the Go Team at Google and was in charge of Go Security. In 2022, he became a full-time open source maintainer and still maintains the cryptography packages that ship as part of the Go Standard library along with maintaining a set of cryptographic tools, such as mkcert, and the file encryption tool, Age. This episode covers cryptography, trust, security and open source.

    • 58 min
    From Orange Book to Identity-Native

    From Orange Book to Identity-Native

    A live interview with Ev Kontsevoy about the history of access controls and the future of identity-native infrastructure access.

    • 41 min
    University Access Control

    University Access Control

    is an enlightening podcast that delves into the world of the Open Computing Facility (OCF) at UC Berkeley. In this episode, the General Manager of OCF provides a detailed overview of the organization and its various roles, including running several software mirrors in the Bay Area.

    The discussion touches upon the mechanism of how users are automatically opted into the nearest geographical mirror and elaborates on the myriad other services that the lab supports. A significant portion of the conversation is dedicated to the open source projects run by the OCF, with a specific focus on the core services.

    The General Manager discusses the key infrastructure and security concerns faced by the organization, and how they employ open-source Teleport to address these issues. The podcast delves into the ongoing migration from the legacy tech stack to Teleport, highlighting the anticipated benefits of this transition.

    Listeners gain insights into the process by which OCF prioritizes which technology services to offer to the UC Berkeley community. The episode also shares success stories of how these services have positively impacted the community.

    Looking ahead, the General Manager sheds light on the potential evolution of the OCF, exciting new initiatives, and what might be next for them post-Berkeley. The podcast concludes with practical advice for other university labs and startups to improve access control, making this episode a must-listen for those interested in open computing and technology management in an academic setting.

    • 19 min
    Multi-Layered Security

    Multi-Layered Security

    For this 18th episode of Access Control Podcast, a podcast providing practical security advice for startups, Developer Relations Manager at Teleport Ben Arent chats with Yash Kosaraju. Yash is Chief Security Officer at SendBird. Sendbird's mission is to build connections in a digital world, providing APIs and services for chat products with API and tools to integrate into apps. This episode dives into how teams can build multi-layered security systems to go beyond zero-trust to let teams do their work but also provide checks

    • 32 min
    Access at Scale

    Access at Scale

    This panel will discuss how teams have scaled Teleport to support thousands of users and hundreds of servers.

    • 35 min
    Platform for HyperGrowth

    Platform for HyperGrowth

    Today we’ll dive into how to plan, build and execute a platform team to help support a growing organization; while keeping systems as secure as possible.

    • 36 min

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