Andrew Spangler, Head of Security and Compliance at Harness, shares some deep insight from his humble yet extensive experiences as a security professional. Join us for a light-hearted and profoundly human discussion on building trust, leading teams, interviewing strangers, overcoming security challenges, celebrating security victories, and career development in the security community.
David Gurle is a serial entrepreneur whose career has been a catalyst to positive change in secure collaboration and communication, from everywhere to Thomson Reuters, Skype, Microsoft, Perzo, and Symphony Communications. Today, he's the Founder and Executive Chairman of Hive, a distributed cloud computing and storage platform that disrupts the expensive, error-prone, and insecure centralized compute and storage paradigms. He shares personal stories of growing up in Beruit, Lebanon, amid a civil war, where he quickly learned the value of empathy and diversity.
Aman LaChapelle shares his fresh engineering mindset on security, privacy, AI, big data, compute infrastructure, and scaling. At Modular, he's rebuilding AI infrastructure for everyone, which means that data privacy is top of mind. We end with a lively exploration of what's missing from the ecosystem, and you won't believe what it is.
David M'Raihi is the Chief Product Security Officer at Rivian with broad expertise in cryptography and software security. Join us (guest David M'Raihi and host Jon McLachlan) as we explore what it takes to build a security team, break RSA, or just enjoy an intentional and deliberate life.
Michael Crandell, CEO at Bitwarden Inc., shares his inspirational vision and deep wisdom from his journey at Bitwarden. Bitwarden drives collaboration, increases security, and boosts productivity, with the power of open source + community, as the easiest way to secure all your passwords and sensitive information.
Sergej Dechand shares his security journey from usable security research to Co-Founding Code Intelligence, where he is CEO. Code Intelligence delivers open-source static analysis-guided fuzz testing that enables developers to simplify software security testing without modifying their code.
Benoit Chevallier-Mames shares a glimpse into his amazing career as a cryptographer, engineer, and leader at Apple and now Zama, where he's built software that has made a quiet yet serious impact on data security for billions of users. We explore the hard lessons learned at Apple and the technical grit behind Zama's approach to Machine Learning specific Fully Homomorphic Encryption (FHE) open-source SDK. Benoit gracefully closes with incredible words of wisdom.
Anders Eknert's journey that led him to Styra was peppered with insight and experience towards the best practices for authorization, answering the question, "What are you allowed to do?" Join us as he shows us how the wild-wild-west is slowly moving toward the history books. Email him at, firstname.lastname@example.org.