Joel Fulton is the Chief Information Security Officer for Splunk. At Splunk, they've put effort into transforming their organization from a waterfall approach to agile, to now a DevSecOps approach.
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- Privileged Access Management
- Identity and Access Management
- Role-Based Access Control
- ISO 27001
- Zero Trust
- Secure Access Service Edge
Important core concepts within the SIRP so that you understand the purpose of this policy before writing your own.
At Token Security our goal is to teach the core curriculum for modern DevSecOps. Each week we will deep dive with an expert so you walk away with practical advice to apply to your team today. No fluff, no buzzwords. This week Jeff Burkhart, Senior Engineering Director at Zymergen talks code reviews, code review fatigue, and what to do when agile becomes tedious.
Despite thousands of articles, there’s shockingly little actionable advice to help startups complete SOC 2. One area that usually requires some remediation is access controls. Most teams don’t have answers when auditors ask “who has access to a specific database or server and what queries did they execute?” That’s why we started strongDM- to manage and monitor access to every database, server, & environment.
If you work with systems that run any variety of Linux or BSD then the probability is high that you have dealt with SSH. Invented in 1995 and established as an internet standard by the IETF in 2006, Secure SHell has become the default mechanism for remote access to servers by individuals and teams everywhere.
This week we are joined by Ben Rockwood, Director of IT & Operations at Chef who shares what it means to be secure, and how compliance and controls play a part in that.
How to create an SSH key for your bastion host and ways you can streamline the bastion host login process without compromising the security of the key.
Step-by-step instructions on how to create a bastion host plus how to create an audit trail by logging SSH commands.
This week we are joined by Daniel Leslie at Namely who shares his take on the human side of security, and what security at scale looks like for his team. Max, Justin, and Daniel discuss the 3 core things to good company-wide security: psychological safety, vulnerability, and purpose. You have to address these things in a comprehensive manner.
In this episode Max Saltonstall and Justin McCarthy are joined by Alan Daines, Chief Information Security Officer at FactSet to talk about phishing, educating on it, and defending against it.
Data center security refers to the protection of data centers against threats such as cyber-attacks, natural disasters, and human error. The number of data centers has increased significantly over the last decade and so has the amount of security-related disasters. In 2022, the global data center ...
In this episode Max Saltonstall and Justin McCarthy are joined by Johnathan Hunt, VP of Information Security at InVision to talk about pen testing, bug bounty programs, and secure code.
A staggering amount of cybersecurity breaches are caused by software vulnerabilities. From the early worms of the 1980s through the early 2000s - like Blaster, Code Red, and Melissa - to the notable Petya and WannaCry of the past few years, these vulnerabilities are all rooted in software flaws that allowed systems to be exploited. A software development lifecycle (SDLC) policy helps your company not suffer a similar fate by ensuring software goes through a testing process, is built as securely
This episode Max Saltonstall sits down in Manhattan with Quiessence Phillips, Deputy CISO and Head of Threat Management, City of New York and Colin Ahern, Deputy CISO, City of New York.