Today's Guest is Mikko Karikytö, Chief Product Security Officer at Ericsson. Have you ever wondered what it is like to be the Chief Product Security Officer at Ericsson? Today's your lucky day. Meet Mikko Karikytö. He has risen through the ranks and leads team through PSIRT, 5g, and zero trust security initiatives. In this episode, learn how security has changed over the course of his career, what keeps him up at night, his fresh take on security being a communications business, and of course, his toughest lesson learned.
Today's Guest is Paul Rosenzweig, Senior Fellow at the R Street Institute. In this episode, Paul discusses what he is currently working on, his work with National Resiliency through the Aspen Institute, what metrics he believes should be used, his theories of trust around hardware and software systems, his thoughts on zero-trust and 5G, his recommendations for our current administration, the potential consequences associated with inaction, and his toughest lesson learned.
Today's Guest is Larry Maccherone, Distinguished Engineer of DevSecOps Transformation at Comcast. In this episode, Larry discusses what he is currently working on at Comcast, the importance of adding security into the DevOps process, how to motivate developers to adopt security, how he measures programs going forward, what are the greatest security challenges that we are facing, what inspired his young entrepreneurship, and his toughest lesson learned.
Today's Guest is Tanner Johnson, Principal Analyst of Data Security at Omdia. In this episode, Tanner discusses his current research agenda, recent trends in IoT security, the risks/trends/threats associated with data security, how COVID will affect us moving forward, what keeps him up at night, and his toughest lesson learned.
Today's Guest is Greg Rattray, co-founder and partner at NextPeak. In this episode, Greg discusses what he is currently working on at NextPeak, his connection to the Aspen Cybersecurity Group, how his educational background supported his future career, how cybersecurity has changed over the years, what the new administration should focus on, and his toughest lesson learned.
Today's Guest is Neil Daswani, Co-Director at the Stanford Advanced Security Program. In this episode, Neil discusses his work at the Stanford Advanced Security Program, some of the most important duties of a CISO, the importance of being able to "talk tech", what inspired his most recent book, ways to improve the industry, how he got his start in cybersecurity, the biggest challenges facing our society, and his toughest lesson learned.
Today's Guest is Sam Visner, Tech Fellow at MITRE. In this episode, Sam discusses what his current role entails, the issues he sees surrounding our transition to 5G, lessons he learned to help him work through the bigger questions, our current government policy and national strategy, how he views cybersecurity from a corporate goverance perspective, his work with the Space ISAC, and his toughest lesson learned.
Today's Guest is Ian Anderson, DevSecOps Engineer at Naval Surface Warfare Center. In this episode, Ian discusses what he is currently working on, the challenges associated with changing to DevSecOps, how he defines the "Sec" in DevSecOps, Navy's BlackPearl Initiative, what key metrics you should use to judge DevSecOps success, the impact that his education had on his career, what he considers our biggest security risk, and his toughest lesson learned.
Today's Guest is Raj Samani, Fellow and Chief Scientist at McAfee. In this episode, Raj discusses his work at McAfee, the importance of finding like-minded people, his background in helping defend against cyber crime, APT, his book, the SolarWinds attack, the power of social media, and his toughest lessons learned throughout his career.
Today's Guest is Antero Päivänsalo, CISO and Head of Information Security at Nokia. In this episode, Antero discusses his role as CISO at Nokia, his considerations around customer and supply chain risk, how 5G plays a role in security risk, his previous roles at Nokia, the Nokia Security Hackathon, what keeps him up at night, and his toughest lessons learned.