John Krzeszewski: “Healthy Paranoia”
Today's guest is John Krzeszewski, Engineering Manager of Cybersecurity at Eaton.
In this episode, John discusses Eaton and his role there, his role as chair of the SAE Vehicle Cybersecurity Systems Engineering Committee and co-convener with ISO on post ISO/SAE 21434, what security concerns keep him up at night, zero-day attacks, what core issues they are working to solve, Eaton's commitment to sustainability, and as always, his toughest lesson learned.
David Scott: “People Are Our Most Valuable Tool”
Today's guest is David Scott, Cyber Division Deputy Assistant Director at the FBI.
In this episode, David discusses his time in the military to his past roles and now current role in the Cyber Division at the FBI, his current main priorities, who the FBI coordinates with to prevent cyber attacks, who the bad actors are, how he got his start in cyber, new tools and technologies in development, and as always, his toughest lesson learned.
John Deskurakis: “Consider the Context”
Today's guest is John Deskurakis, Chief Product Security Officer at Carrier.
In this episode, John discusses Carrier and his role there, how Carrier is making the world a safer place, what its buyer and customers expect from them, managing software supply chain risk, the risks and benefits associated with open source software, his work with Security Industry Association and ISAGCA, and as always, his toughest lesson learned.
Matthew Bohne: “Cybersecurity Has a Shelf Life”
In this episode, Matthew discusses Honeywell and his role there, what "secure by design" means to him, the importance of ISA/IEC 62443, how he builds the best environment/culture possible, how product security differs amongst organizations and customers, his advice for young professionals, how he got his start, and as always, his toughest lesson learned.
Jake Norwood: “Reducing the Complexity”
Today's guest is Jake Norwood, Cyber Security Delivery Executive at Booz Allen Hamilton.
In this episode, Jake discusses Booz Allen and his role there, the top security concerns clients face, the differences between cybersecurity in the US versus the EU/UK, what surprised him the within the field, what advances in threat intelligence are needed, how his volunteer work in Poland impacted his career, what security issues keep him up at night, and as always, his toughest lesson learned.
Andrew Kling: “Upstream & Downstream Views of Cybersecurity”
Today's guest is Andrew Kling, Industry Automation VP Cybersecurity & Product Security Officer at Schneider Electric.
In this episode, Andrew discusses Schneider Electric and his role as Industry Automation VP Cybersecurity & Product Security Officer, the key to managing a large cybersecurity portfolio, the necessity of security, elevated risk, addressing software supply chain risk at Schneider Electric, the Executive Order and SBOM, the adoption and integration of open source, his major security concerns, what keeps him up at night, and as always, his toughest lesson learned.
Rick Tiene: “Solutions Designed to Last”
Today's guest is Rick Tiene, VP of Government and Critical Infrastructure at Mission Secure.
Need a crash course in the importance of OT? Today's your lucky day! In this episode, Rick discusses Mission Secure and his role as VP, OT cyber vulnerabilities, how protecting IT differs from protecting OT, software security supply chain from an OT perspective, how homeland security challenges have changed since 9/11, some high-risk examples of OT cybersecurity breaches, what security problems keep him up at night, and as always, his toughest lesson learned.
Lee Kappon: “Failure is Not an Option”
Today's guest is Lee Kappon, co-founder and CEO of Suridata.
Want to hear from a Forbes' "30 Under 30"?! In this episode, Lee discusses Suridata and her role as CEO, the founding story, why SaaS data is so valuable, being named one of Forbes' "30 Under 30", the root of cybersecurity's success in Israel, the leaders she admires most, her biggest professional fears, and as always, her toughest lesson learned.
Kristi Rogers: “Get Up and Move Forward”
Today's guest is Kristi Rogers, Managing Partner & Co-Founder of Principal to Principal.
Go Green or Go Blue?! In this episode, Kristi discusses her roles on the board of Qualys and NowSecure as well as her involvement in the Women's Foreign Policy Group. She shares about NowSecure's work with Peloton and how ubiquitous player Qualys is evolving, mobile application security, mobile application security, the complexity of software supply chain security, what the government can do to promote our security posture, what keeps her up at night, and as always, her toughest lesson learned.
Philippe Humeau: “Turn the Energy Around”
Today's guest is Philippe Humeau, CEO of CrowdSec.
In this episode, Philippe discusses CrowdSec and his role there, the advantages of open source, how they make their business model work, how pentesting and the security landscape have changed over the past few decades, how the open source movement is affecting society at large, the implications of gray zone war, how traditional powers should respond to cyber attacks, how he got his start in security, what keeps him up at night, and as always, his toughest lesson learned.
James Johnson: “Leap Ahead”
Today's guest is James Johnson, CISO of John Deere.
"We're fighting a cyber battle." In this episode, James discusses John Deere and his role as CISO, developing his leadership, current innovation at John Deere, what the customers are asking for, the key in developing security professionals, how security is an enabler for business, managing supply chain security, what keeps him up at night, and as always, his toughest lesson learned.
Megan Samford: “Trees, Chainsaws, and Cyber”
Today's guest is Megan Samford, VP, Chief Product Security Officer - Energy Management at Schneider Electric. Before Megan worked in cyber, she was an emergency manager. Learn how that has impacted her career and so much more!
In his episode, Megan discusses Schneider Electric and her role there, top security concerns in energy management, how to best manage product security at different companies, how to best communicate across departments, some of her industry initiatives, applying incident command system to cybersecurity, the overwhelming threat to critical infrastructure, what she would do if she were director of CISA, her thoughts on the Executive Order, what keeps her up at night, and as always, her toughest lesson learned.
Brad Hawkins: “Watch for Change”
Today's guest is Brad Hawkins, CEO of SaferNet.
In this episode, Brad discusses the mission and founding of SaferNet, the dangers of work-from-home, how he got his start in the security industry, the similarities and differences between running an investment company and a cybersecurity organization, what keeps him up at night, his view on society's biggest security risk, and as always, his toughest lesson learned.
Phil Odence: “Hang In There”
Today's guest is Phil Odence, General Manager of Black Duck Audit Business at Synopsys.
In this episode, Phil discusses his responsibilities and Black Duck's role at Synopsys, open source software, the increased risk of visibility, his impression of the Executive Order and the emphasis on SBOMs, his opinion on standards arounds SBOMs, the impact of the pandemic on business, what keeps him up at night, and as always, his toughest lesson learned.
Avi Rubin: “Squeaky Clean”
Today's guest is Avi Rubin, computer science professor at Johns Hopkins University.
Poker champion, boating captain, and computer science professor?! In this episode, Avi discusses what he's teaching and researching right now, Harvard Labs, what buffer overflow is, consumer IoT and medical devices, surprises within the last few elections, his testimony before Congress, the dangers of cryptocurrency, U of Michigan football predictions, and as always, his toughest lesson learned.
Jeff Williams: “Security in Sunshine”
Today's guest is Jeff Williams, Co-Founder and CTO of Contrast Security.
Would you rather be right or compelling? In this episode, Jeff discusses Contrast Security, how the application security space has evolved, what their "inside out" approach is, the impact and need of the Executive Order, how he got his start in cybersecurity, the relevance of his law degree, what keeps him up at night, and as always, his toughest lesson learned.