17 episodes

Tattoos, Code, & Data Flows is a podcast that takes a conversational and unconventional approach to discuss DevOps and application security challenges. Matt Rose, Chief Architect at Bionic, gets you to start thinking outside the box when it comes to addressing application risk.

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Tattoos, Code, & Data Flows is a podcast that takes a conversational and unconventional approach to discuss DevOps and application security challenges. Matt Rose, Chief Architect at Bionic, gets you to start thinking outside the box when it comes to addressing application risk.

    Episode 17: Rafal Los, Founder and Host of Down the Security Rabbithole Podcast

    Episode 17: Rafal Los, Founder and Host of Down the Security Rabbithole Podcast

    In Episode 17 of Tattoos, Code, and Data Flows, Matt Rose interviews Rafal Los, Founder and Host of Down the Security Rabbithole Podcast.
    Rafal Los is an industry innovator, strategist, and personality. His career spans 20+ years while working inside companies from the Fortune 10 to a firm of less than 10. His most recent achievements include assisting a company in its pivot from infrastructure provider to security-as-a-service by developing a pre-sales strategy and developing a professional services framework; implementing significant changes in business process that led to the company's ability to measure the impacts of various efforts on the sales cycle.


    Rafal is an active member of the Security Advisor Alliance, serving on the advisory board with the intent of creating innovative ways for security leaders to give back to their communities through service and knowledge sharing.


    Additionally, Rafal is a founder and host of the Down the Security Rabbithole Podcast - an industry podcast delivering a weekly office-friendly format since 2011. The podcast includes thought leadership, and industry experts from government advisors, industry founders, and everyone in between.


    Rafal's career is about more than being a recognizable expert - he brings people together to solve complex problems in innovative ways; forming relationships and continually sharing his hunger for knowledge.


    Rafal and Matt talk about:
    ↳ Founding and Hosting his podcast called "Down The Security Rabbithole"
    ↳ Eliminating 3/4 of the Security industry
    ↳ The 3 Pillars of Applications
    ↳ Defining ASPM


    And so much more.


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    • 39 min
    Episode 16: Matt Rose, Chief Architect at Bionic, Gives Us An Update

    Episode 16: Matt Rose, Chief Architect at Bionic, Gives Us An Update

    We have a very special podcast guest this week: our very own Chief Architect, Matthew Rose 🎉
    Matt is a technical Application Security Testing (AST) leader with a record of consistent accomplishments in sales and sales engineering management roles. He has more than 20 years of experience in application security sales, sales engineering leadership, software development, marketing, and consulting.


    Matt was a key thought leader for two AST vendors growing from startup phase to major acquisition (Fortify and Checkmarx). Also, Matt is a very accomplished public speaker and has been quoted in 50+ AST industry media publications.


    After being in the SAST world from the beginning (15+ years) Matt decided to join forces with Bionic to help define a new concept in security and risk identification. Application Security Posture Management (ASPM) is something Matt had been talking about, in concept, for years.


    Today, Matt interviews himself and talks about:
    💭 His background and thoughts on today's AppSec space
    🚨 Why the overuse/misuse of security terms is his pet peeve
    ✅ Easy automation/integration for tools
    🔐 The evolution of cyber technologies and what they solve


    And so much more.


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    We hope you enjoy it!

    • 10 min
    Episode 15: Dustin Lehr, Director of Application Security at Fivetran

    Episode 15: Dustin Lehr, Director of Application Security at Fivetran

    In Episode 15 of Tattoos, Code, and Data Flows, Matt Rose interviews Dustin Lehr, Director of Application Security at Fivetran. He is also the co-founder and Chief Solutions Officer at Katilyst Security.
    Dustin Lehr is an accomplished software engineer turned information security leader welcoming the new age of security: people-focused programs that properly incentivize taking personal ownership and responsibility for good security habits. Dustin motivates and aligns leadership on security strategy and builds support in designing effective behavior-oriented information security programs that balance technical security risk with business objectives.


    Dustin and Matt talk about:
    ↳ Identifying a company's maturity level and motivating people to fix their security issues
    ↳ Forming a partnership to collaborate on solving security issues
    ↳ Wanting to provide engineering teams more clarity and context
    ↳ Application Security vs Software Security


    And so much more.


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    • 32 min
    Episode 14: Chris Hughes, CISO and Co-Founder at Aquia

    Episode 14: Chris Hughes, CISO and Co-Founder at Aquia

    In Episode 14 of Tattoos, Code, and Data Flows, Matt Rose interviews Chris Hughes, CISO and Co-Founder at Aquia. Chris is also a board advisor for Microsec.ai, Resurface Labs, and ByteChek.
    Chris Hughes is passionate about Cybersecurity, Cloud, DevSecOps and helping to educate individuals looking to further their career. He is a proven Cloud/Cybersecurity leader with nearly 20 years of experience in both the Federal and commercial industries. Chris holds various IT, Cyber and Cloud related certifications and has a strong desire to continuously learn as well as help teach individuals interested in the field of Cybersecurity and Cloud Computing.


    Chris Hughes seeks to contribute back to the industry through teaching as an Adjunct Professor and also contributing to several working group initiatives with respected industry research organizations.


    Chris and Matt talk about:
    ↳ The state of DevSecOps and where it's headed (roles, tools, industry)
    ↳ Challenges for the workforce in security
    ↳ Defining the term "agile"
    ↳ Differentiating various types of security bugs and the processes to fix them


    And so much more.


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    We hope you enjoy it!

    • 23 min
    Episode 13: Damien Suggs, Sr. Application Security Architect at FalconX / VP of Metro-Atlanta ISSA Chapter

    Episode 13: Damien Suggs, Sr. Application Security Architect at FalconX / VP of Metro-Atlanta ISSA Chapter

    In Episode 13 of Tattoos, Code, and Data Flows, Matt Rose interviews Damien Suggs, Sr. Application Security Architect at FalconX and VP of Metro-Atlanta ISSA Chapter. Damien is also a Penetration Tester / Ethical Hacker at Caesium55 and Saltworks Security, LLC.
    Damien Suggs is an application security professional with a background of over 22 years of extensive IT infrastructure and 20 years of web application and network security experience. Damien has a proven track record of providing network and web application solutions in diverse environments. He is dedicated to the protection of information and information systems.
    Damien and Matt talk about:
    ↳ Looking at Application Security holistically and staying on track with new technologies
    ↳ Overusing "Shift Left" as a slogan and Matt's poll results
    ↳ Identifying a Site Reliability Engineer's goals and responsibilities
    ↳ How Bionic is revolutionizing the Application Security space with ASPM


    And so much more.


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    We hope you enjoy it!

    • 24 min
    Episode 12: Nick Sinai, Senior Advisor / Venture Partner at Insight Partners

    Episode 12: Nick Sinai, Senior Advisor / Venture Partner at Insight Partners

    In Episode 12 of Tattoos, Code, and Data Flows, Matt Rose interviews Nick Sinai, Senior Advisor / Venture Partner at Insight Partners.
    Nick Sinai is a Senior Advisor at Insight Partners and a Senior Fellow at the #HarvardKennedySchool. Previously, Nick was U.S. Deputy Chief Technology Officer at the #WhiteHouse. Nick led President Obama’s Open Data Initiatives to liberate data to fuel innovation and economic growth, and worked to advance innovation in health, energy, education, and finance sectors. Nick also co-led President Obama’s Open Government Initiative to ensure the Federal Government is more transparent, participatory, and collaborative.


    Prior to joining the Obama Administration, Nick was a venture capitalist at Lehman Brothers Venture Partners (now Tenaya Capital). He co-established the Boston office of Lehman Brothers Venture Partners, sourced investments, and served as a board representative and advisor to portfolio companies. Previously, at Polaris Partners since 2004, Nick helped invest in almost a dozen Internet, software, communications and clean technology companies, including an early stage investment in LogMeIn (NASDAQ: LOGM).


    Nick is a Berkeley, CA native, a private pilot, and the father of twin girls.


    Nick and Matt talk about:
    ↳ How the U.S. Defense Department needs to do a better job trying, buying, and scaling new emerging technologies and innovations
    ↳ The challenges of hiring professionals in Government
    ↳ DevOps vs DevSecOps and Shift Left within Government agencies and groups
    ↳ Being on the executive staff for the Obama Administration


    And so much more.


    Be sure to listen to this episode, and so many of our other great episodes by hitting the follow button. Make sure to like and subscribe to the episode.


    We hope you enjoy it!

    • 30 min

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