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Eoin Keary talks about security and risk management within a CDCI-enabled DevSecOps process

Eoin Keary, CEO of Dublin-based edgescan, talks to ITSPmagazine about his entry into cybersecurity, starting off in software development. Eoin describes how the agile software development lifecycle (SDLC) has changed the way organizations need to view risk as they build and deploy their applications throughout their business environment. Per Eoin's experience as both a developer and a breaker and now as the CEO of a successful SaaS-based vulnerability assessment solution provider,...


Bill Proudman: White Men In Leadership Position Should Be The Ones Fighting For Equality

White Men as Full Diversity Partners co-founder Bill Proudman chats with ITSPmagazine’s Selena Templeton for the Diverse IT podcast about his unique approach to engaging white male business leaders in diversity and inclusion efforts. Tune in to hear about the importance of recruiting the best talent and not just the best talent that looks like us, about white, male privilege and how ignorance often gets misinterpreted by others as stupidity, and why it’s not just the job of women and...


Episode III - History Of Cybersecurity And Hacking

Hacking is not a new concept - it’s been around for as long as mankind. With each new technology introduced into society, people and businesses find ways to push it to the edge; getting more done, sometimes in new and exciting ways. Yet, at the same time, cybercriminals and other malicious actors are also pushing these same technologies to an edge of their own. They are using these technologies for very different reasons. The relevance of this for small and medium businesses is that most...


How was AppSec Cali 2018? - We asked Richard Greenberg and Cassio Goldschmidt.

How was AppSec Cali 2018? We asked Richard Greenberg and Cassio Goldschmidt. This was the 5th Annual AppSec California, brought to you by Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP). Every year it gets better and better and in fact, it sold out several weeks in advance. One of the benefits of being a smaller conference (about 600 attendees) is that the InfoSec professionals, developers, pen testers and QA folks who attend each year find that networking and catching up is much easier with...


Eoin Keary, CEO of edgescan, shares key vulnerability statistics from their latest report

Eoin Keary, CEO of edgescan, and Sean Martin from ITSPmagazine, catch up in Dublin, Ireland. Eoin shares some of the key findings captured during their latest vulnerability assessment and management research activities his team of experts performs and the trends and stats of these activities that his firm tracks for their clients around the world.


AppSec Cali 2018 Overview

AppSec Cali 2018 Overview Sitting at an outdoor table gazing out at the beach with palm trees silhouetted by a pink and orange sunset in 78-degree “winter” weather...not a bad way to attend a conference! I am, of course, talking about the 5th Annual AppSec California, brought to you by Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP). Every year it gets better and better and in fact it sold out several weeks in advance (so remember to register early next year!). One of the benefits of being a...


AutoSploit. Is It The Infosec Equivalent Of Farting In An Elevator?

Chad Loder, former co-founder and VP of engineering at Rapid7 and now co-founder and CEO of Habitu8, connected with Sean Martin to share his views on the recently-exposed "researcher" toolkit being referred to in the security industry as an automated mass exploitation toolkit. According to Loder, AutoSploit is a small piece of Python code created by a researcher and published on Github. The code automates the collection of Internet-connected device data pulled via APIs from Shodan and...


How A Mixed Environment Keeps Productivity And Motivation High

Andra Cazacu chats with ITSPmagazine’s Selena Templeton for the Diverse IT podcast about what it’s like to be a woman working at a Romanian cybersecurity technology provider. Tune in to hear how poverty and a later end to Communism meant that there was no time for gender discrimination in Romania, how a mixed environment at Bitdefender keeps their productivity and motivation high (artists, teachers and doctors who are also security developers or technologists), and the difference between...


Edgescan Offers EdgeGuard To The Open Source Community

When web protections fail, you'll want to know when your data is exfiltrated. To address this need, vulnerability management provider, Edgescan, offers a recent research project, Edgeguard, to the open source community. In this At The Edge podcast, Rahim Jina, Edgescan COO, joins Sean Martin to share how the research project started, the goals behind offering the project to the open source community, and how the resulting tool can be used to help companies detect when their data is leaving...


Should The User Understand Technology Or Just Utilize It?

Sitting inside one of the tech meccas of the world, the self-styled ‘gurus’ can pretend to understand how and why an ‘Alexa’ really works or how e-signing a document by ‘adopting’ a signature has the same legal ramifications as a physical signature while lacking the physical finality of pen on paper but for a lot of folks out there who are grabbing technology or maybe the other way around this awareness is not there. And for some demographics, the ‘Tech Titans’ sit on a different pedestal...


Episode II - I Am Not Selling Online. So, I Guess My Business Is Not A Target, Right?

Some small and medium-sized businesses make the assumption that because they don’t sell their goods or services online that they are not a target for cybercrime. Unfortunately, this is an assumption that is not rooted in reality. Unless the business - and it’s employees - are completely ‘off the cybergrid,’ so to speak, the connectivity introduces risk that the business owners should at least be aware of. Sure, as a business owner, choosing to accept the risk is one option for dealing with...


Episode I - Why Is Cybersecurity So Important Nowadays? Even For Small And Medium Businesses?

Once upon a time, cybersecurity wasn’t an issue, namely because we didn’t have computers. Early on when computers first hit the scene, they were primarily stand-alone machines isolated from the rest of the world. As long as you closed the office door you were generally OK. But this didn’t last; things changed, connectivity happened, and the Internet was born. And with it’s arrival came trouble. With today’s connected businesses, this connectivity means risk. Risk for which statistics...


Prologue: An Introduction To ITSPmagazine's SMB CyberSecurity Webinar Series

Countless studies suggest that the smaller, less-funded, under-staffed, and oftentimes less aware businesses don’t have the means and wherewithal to stand up a cyber defense akin to what their larger cousins do. This is unfortunate, as this segment of the supply chain represent a significant chunk of risk - not just to themselves, but also to their business partners, and therefore, the supply chain as a whole. The fact that it’s hard for these smaller companies to get a handle on their...


Cory Doctorow: How to make people care about cybersecurity, before it is too late

ITSPmagazine's Marco Ciappelli and Sean Martin connect with science fiction author, entrepreneur, journalist and freedom fighter(with the EFF) for a safe and open Internet, Cory Doctorow, before his AppSec California Keynote in Santa Monica. During the conversation, Cory shares his view on bug bounties, the platforms that support them, responsible disclosure, and the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act. Cory also touches on the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the impact it will have...


ICMCP Strategic Advisory Board Member Juliet Okafor Offers Tips for Bringing Diversity to Your Org

ITSPmagazine’s Selena Templeton chats with ICMCP Strategic Advisory Board Member Juliet Okafor about what they’re doing to further minorities’ academic and professional success in cybersecurity.


How This Avatar-Led iOS App Bolsters Diversity in Digital Representation

*gramLabs co-founders Matt Provo & Ali Amarsy chat with ITSPmagazine’s Selena Templeton for the Diverse IT podcast about mai (“my AI”), an autonomous persona platform that accurately replicates an individual’s complete likeness.


Rahim Jina, COO for Edgescan, talk about his upcoming session during AppSec California

Rahim Jina, COO for Edgescan, talks with Sean Martin about the DOM-based web application data exfiltration detection tool Edgescan will be putting out to the open source community. The new tool will be released and presented during the 2018 edition of OWASP's AppSec California event being held in January 2018 in Santa Monica, CA. More information about the conference can be found at:


Richard Greenberg, LA Chapter OWASP President, talks about bringing people together at AppSecCali

In this Their Story podcast, Richard Greenberg, the OWASP Los Angeles chapter president, connects with Sean Martin to provide an update on the upcoming 2018 AppSec California conference being held January 28th to the 31st in Santa Monica, California. During the chat, Richard describes the agenda, highlighting keynote sessions from: - Eric Baize, Chairman of SAFECode and Vice President, Product Security, Dell EMC - Dr. Christian Dameff, Emergency Medicine physician, researcher, and Clinical...


Behind the curtain: the downside of An InfoSec Life | # 3

Carbon Black security strategist Rick McElroy chats with ITSPmagazine’s Selena Templeton for An InfoSec Life about the industry-wide phenomenon that no one is talking about: defender fatigue – part 3.


Julien Bellanger, CEO of Prevoty, talks to Sean Martin about their Series B round of funding

In this new episode of At The Edge with Sean Martin, Prevoty's CEO, Julien Bellanger, talks about the Run-Time Application Self-Protection (RASP) market, where its roots are, how has it grown, and what got the investors excited about this space and to join Prevoty with an investment in the company. Julien also talks about the round itself, including what it will enable the team to do, giving us a bit of insight into what Prevoty's plans are for the next 12-18 months. Julien is very proud...


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