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A shame-free space to engage in open and honest discussions about what‘s going on in Security. Interviews of about 30 minutes in length explore the dilemmas and opportunities faced by real entrepreneurs, operators, engineers, and leaders. Join us and catch a glimpse into the proven technologies and techniques that solve real security problems today. https://peacemakr.io

The Security Podcast of Silicon Valley, a YSecurity.io Production Jon McLachlan and Sasha Sinkevich

    • Technology
    • 5.0 • 3 Ratings

A shame-free space to engage in open and honest discussions about what‘s going on in Security. Interviews of about 30 minutes in length explore the dilemmas and opportunities faced by real entrepreneurs, operators, engineers, and leaders. Join us and catch a glimpse into the proven technologies and techniques that solve real security problems today. https://peacemakr.io

    Michael Moore, Chief Privacy Officer at Lacework, Securing Tomorrow: Navigating the Cyber Frontier

    Michael Moore, Chief Privacy Officer at Lacework, Securing Tomorrow: Navigating the Cyber Frontier

    Dive into the heart of cybersecurity innovation with host Jon McLachlan and guest Michael Moore, the visionary Chief Privacy Officer at Lacework, and previously Pure Storage, on this episode of The Security Podcast of Silicon Valley, a YSecurity.io production. In this compelling episode, Michael shares his path from engineer to legal expert to cybersecurity trailblazer. Michael reveals his unique insights into the critical intersection of technology, privacy, and law, illuminating how these elements are essential in shaping the security landscape. Get this exclusive inside look at Lacework's advanced strategies for combating digital threats and safeguarding the digital future, straight from the expert leading the charge. This episode is an essential listen for anyone intrigued by the balance between cutting-edge cybersecurity measures and the imperative of safeguarding personal privacy in an increasingly vulnerable digital age.
     
    Links referenced during the show:
    Don't Let Your Company Reputation Be Held Ransom - By Michael Moore, Lea Kissner, Merritt Baer, 05 March, 2024
    Product Privacy Done Right By Michael Moore, Lea Kissner, Alan Mulvaney, 04 March, 2024

    • 43 min
    Jose Arrieta, Imagineer, Former Chief Information Officer and Chief Data Officer at US Health and Human Services

    Jose Arrieta, Imagineer, Former Chief Information Officer and Chief Data Officer at US Health and Human Services

    Jon McLachlan hosts the visionary Jose Arrieta, the former CIO and Chief Data Officer at the US Department of Health and Human Services, in this enthralling episode of The Security Podcast of Silicon Valley, a YSecurity production. In this revealing conversation, Jose shares insights from his dynamic career spanning government, academia, and the intersection of cybersecurity and healthcare innovation. Discover how his unique approach to challenges and opportunities is shaping the future of secure solutions in critical sectors. From tackling potential nation-state cyber threats during the pandemic to reimagining the EHR space and advocating for data ownership, Jose's journey is a testament to the power of imagination, innovation, and going all in on the things that matter. Join us for a session packed with invaluable lessons on leadership, resilience, and the transformative potential of technology in our lives and society.

    • 47 min
    Steve Orrin, Federal CTO at Intel, on Tech, Trust, and Transformation

    Steve Orrin, Federal CTO at Intel, on Tech, Trust, and Transformation

    In this captivating episode of a YSecurity.io production, we delve into the mind of Steve Orrin, the Federal CTO at Intel, who provides valuable insights into various topics, including AI, Trusted Execution Environments, Cloud Computing, Team Building, Mergers and Acquisitions, and Entrepreneurship. Steve began his career as an entrepreneur, but after Intel acquired his company, he took his career to the next level and has been with Intel for over 18 years. As the Federal CTO at Intel, he leads Intel’s efforts in the DoD and Federal Government verticals. Throughout the interview, Steve shares personal anecdotes and life lessons, discussing how he transitioned from a background in biology to a successful career in technology and private industry.

    • 48 min
    Nick Sullivan on Cryptography, Cloudflare, and Building a Better Internet

    Nick Sullivan on Cryptography, Cloudflare, and Building a Better Internet

    In this enlightening episode of The Security Podcast of Silicon Valley, a YSecurity.io production with your host Jon McLachlan, we are honored to host Nick Sullivan, a trailblazer in the realm of cryptography and security. Formerly the Head of Cryptography at Cloudflare and now a pivotal figure in startup advisory and angel investing, Nick shares his journey from delving into pure mathematics at Waterloo to shaping the security landscape of the internet. He reflects on his early career, from researching cryptography to his impactful roles at Symantec, Apple, and eventually Cloudflare, where he spent over a decade innovating and advising on next-gen security protocols.
    Nick offers an insider's view on the challenges and triumphs of developing Cloudflare's robust security infrastructure, emphasizing the importance of privacy, research, and the collective effort to safeguard the web. He discusses groundbreaking work on global data insights, the evolution of internet security practices, and his advisory role in nurturing startups toward solving today's most pressing security dilemmas.
    Join us as Nick Sullivan imparts wisdom on the significance of curiosity, the power of collaboration, and the unyielding pursuit of building a better, more secure Internet. This episode is a must-listen for anyone passionate about the future of technology, privacy, and the endless possibilities that cryptography offers in securing our digital world.

    • 49 min
    Founder's Guide to Compliance: The Introduction SOC2, ISO, NIST, HITRUST, PCI-DSS, FIPS, and more

    Founder's Guide to Compliance: The Introduction SOC2, ISO, NIST, HITRUST, PCI-DSS, FIPS, and more

    Welcome to "The Founder's Guide to Compliance," a YSecurity.io production, hosted by Jon McLachlan and Sasha Sinkevich. We tear down the complexity surrounding compliance standards like SOC2, NIST, FIPS, PCI-DSS, HITRUST and the myriad facets of cybersecurity. Whether you're a startup founder knee-deep in the trenches or a seasoned executive navigating the ever-evolving landscape of digital security, this podcast is your no-BS zone for getting to the essence of what these standards mean for you and your business.
    Jon, a Minnesota native and security enthusiast, brings his rich background from Apple and various startups to the table, sharing insights born from a life that embraces risk for greatness. With a passion for security that's as undeniable as his love for motorcycles, Jon's journey is about leading by example, turning challenges into stepping stones for success.
    Sasha, starting his cybersecurity journey in Silicon Valley, has been shaped by the brilliant minds around him. His experience spans working with heavily regulated industries, creating security solutions for global financial institutions, and navigating the startup world from the ground up. Sasha's story is one of transformation, leveraging complex compliance requirements into simple, actionable strategies.
    Together, Jon and Sasha aim to demystify compliance, making it accessible and understandable. They're here to show you how navigating these standards isn't just about ticking boxes but seizing opportunities to elevate your business.
    "The Founder's Guide to Compliance" is empowers you with the knowledge and tools to not only meet but exceed the expectations of your customers and investors. Dive into a world where compliance becomes your competitive edge, enabling your startup to thrive in the digital age. Join Jon and Sasha as they guide you through the what, why, when, and how of compliance, turning potential hurdles into launchpads for success.
    Welcome to the podcast where compliance meets clarity, and where your startup's security journey begins.

    • 17 min
    Feross Aboukhadijeh, Founder and CEO of Socket.dev, a startup improving security and privacy on the web

    Feross Aboukhadijeh, Founder and CEO of Socket.dev, a startup improving security and privacy on the web

    In this episode of The Security Podcast of Silicon Valley, host Jon McLachlan of YSecurity.io invites Feross Aboukhadijeh, Founder and CEO of Socket.dev, a supply-chain cybersecurity company, to share his compelling journey as he tackles some of the most pressing challenges in software development security. Feross, a Stanford graduate and former intern at Intel, Facebook, and Quora, shares his journey from developing PeerCDN, a pioneering peer-to-peer content network, to his current venture, Socket.dev. Discover how Socket.dev is addressing critical software supply chain vulnerabilities by utilizing innovative technologies, including heuristic analysis and the latest LLMs. This episode offers valuable insights into the evolving cybersecurity landscape and Feross's unique approach to tackling some of the most pressing challenges in software development security. Join us for a captivating discussion that's a must-listen for anyone interested in the future of cybersecurity.

    • 53 min

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