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217 - 7/5 - Cody Cornell, Chief Strategy Officer at Swimlane

Colorado = Security Podcast

Our feature interview this week is Cody Cornell, co-founder & Chief Strategy Officer at Swimlane. News from Hershey, Lily Sweets, Intueat, EverCommerce, FileInvite, Cloudrise, Swimlane, Coalfire, LogRhythm and a lot more!Support us on Patreon! Fun swag available - all proceeds will directly support the Colorado = Security infrastructure. Come join us on the new Colorado = Security Slack channel to meet old and new friends.Sign up for our mailing list on the main site to receive weekly updates - https://www.colorado-security.com/. If you have any questions or comments, or any organizations or events we should highlight, contact Alex and Robb at info@colorado-security.comThis week’s news:Join the Colorado = Security Slack channelHershey's spends $425 million buying Colorado snack companyColorado has the third-most popular convention center in U.S., according to new rankingPersonal chef platform grows as Denverites host dinner parties againDenver-based EverCommerce announces pricing of IPO, begins trading on NasdaqWhy this New Zealand tech startup chose Denver for its US HQCloudrise Closes Seed Round of FundingSwimlane : Becomes System of Record for Cybersecurity with Latest ReleaseWhat is FedRAMP+?Cybersecurity and the water supply: managing a growing risk worldwideJob Openings:Kaiser Permanente - Sr. Program Manager, Cyber Security, Vulnerability ManagementCobalt.io - Security Program ManagerXerox - vCISO/Fractional CISODenver Water - IT Security AnalystCentura Health - Security Engineer SeniorSigma Computing - Head of Information SecurityIbotta - Security ArchitectJumpCloud - Security Engineer Incident ResponseDish Network - Wireless Security ArchitectUpcoming Events:This Week and Next:Cyber Mountain C.Springs - Hybrid First Friday - 7/9ISSA Denver - July meeting - 7/14Secure Software Development Lifecycles [SSDLC] - 7/16View our events page for a full list of upcoming events* Thanks to CJ Adams for our intro and exit! If you need any voiceover work, you can contact him here at carrrladams@gmail.com. Check out his other voice work here.* Intro and exit song: "The Language of Blame" by The Agrarians is licensed under CC BY 2.0

58mins

4 Jul 2021

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SOAR, Cody Cornell - Enterprise Security Weekly #127

Enterprise Security Weekly (Video)

Cody Cornell is the CEO of Swimlane. Matt Alderman and Joff Thyer interview Cody, to discuss Security Orchestration, Automation, and Response! Full Show Notes: https://wiki.securityweekly.com/ES_Episode127 Visit http://securityweekly.com/esw for all the latest episodes!

30mins

22 Feb 2019

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SOAR, Cody Cornell - Enterprise Security Weekly #127

Paul's Security Weekly TV

Cody Cornell is the CEO of Swimlane. Matt Alderman and Joff Thyer interview Cody, to discuss Security Orchestration, Automation, and Response! Full Show Notes: https://wiki.securityweekly.com/ES_Episode127 Visit http://securityweekly.com/esw for all the latest episodes!

30mins

22 Feb 2019

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Cody Cornell | Swimlane

Colorado TechCast

Episode 24: Cody Cornell – Swimlane A respected authority on cybersecurity, Cody Cornell is responsible for the strategic direction of Swimlane and the development of its security automation and orchestration and response (SOAR) solution. His passion for open exchange of security information and deep vendor integration drives him to pursue opportunities to maximize the value his customers receive from their investments in security operations. Collaborating with industry-leading technology vendors, Cody works to identify opportunities to streamline and automate security activities that speed cyber response and enable security orchestration. Links to things we talk about: Cody Cornell on LinkedIn Swimlane SecOps Hub | A security operations community Secure Set Colorado Cloud Security Alliance Denver ISSA Denver ISACA IF YOU LIKE WHAT YOU HEAR, PLEASE: Subscribe to our list Connect with us on Twitter Email us and tell us what you think! Colorado TechCast brings you interviews with entrepreneurs, thought leaders and technology pioneers from around the state. We provide a behind the scenes look at who’s doing what, why, and how you can get involved. Join us each episode to hear the exciting stories of technology happenings in our state. I want this show to be relevant to you, so please send me your thoughts and suggestions. My email address is Trapper@ColoradoTechCast.com. You can also hit me up on Twitter @CoTechCast. I read and respond to all messages so drop me a line and tell me what you think. I am always on the lookout for future guests, so if you know anyone with an interesting story to tell, or you yourself would like to come on and talk about what you’re building, then send me an email. Thanks for tuning in, and join us next time when we bring you the story of another digital pioneer from Colorado!

27mins

9 Oct 2018

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80 - 8/20 - Cody Cornell, CEO & co-founder Swimlane

Colorado = Security Podcast

In this episode: Cody Cornell, the CEO and co-founder of Swimlane is our feature interview this week. News from: VF Corp, Honey, Gusto, Direct Defense, Intelisecure, Ping Identity, LogRhythm, Coalfire, Swimlane, Threat X and a lot more!A lot of companies are coming our wayI'm not kidding, lots of companies are coming to town. The Springs has lots of jobs too, and not enough workers. Direct Defense and Intelisecure make a national list (it's a good thing). Robb gets honored. Blogs from LogRhythm, Ping Identity, Coalfire, Swimlane and Threat X.Support us on Patreon! Fun swag available - all proceeds will directly support the Colorado = Security infrastructure. Come join us on the new Colorado = Security Slack channel to meet old and new friends.Sign up for our mailing list on the main site to receive weekly updates - https://www.colorado-security.com/. If you have any questions or comments, or any organizations or events we should highlight, contact Alex and Robb at info@colorado-security.comLocal security news:Join the Colorado = Security Slack channelColorado 8th best place to open a businessVF Corp, outdoor brand parent company, moving to DenverHoney signs lease on Pearl Street locationGusto hiring up to 100 in Denver, growing office faster than San Francisco HQTalent, security breaches weigh on NoCo tech CEOsCybersecurity industry booming in Springs, but worker shortage remains136 Colorado businesses make 2018 Inc. 5,000Denver Business Journal reveals 2018 C-Suite Awards honorees (Photos)Measure and Optimize SOC Performance with New LogRhythm ToolsHow Customer Identity & Access Management (CIAM) Solves Key Technical Requirements of GDPRCoalfire - The Dangers of Client Probing on Palo Alto FirewallsSwimlane - Farewell, Summer InternsThreat X - From White Hat Hacker to CTO - An Interview with Threat X's Andrew UseckasJob Openings:ForgeRock - Product Management Director (IoT)LogRhythm - Manager, Security OperationsSlack - Senior Security Detection & Response EngineerSlack - Senior Product Security EngineerNBCUniversal - Senior Product Security Tech LeadRed Robin - Senior Security EngineerSplunk - Technology Advocate (Developer Relations) for Collaborative Incident Management (DevOps, VictorOps)UDI - Security AnalystXanterra - IT Security AnalystGusto - Risk OperationsUpcoming Events:This Week and Next:ISSA Denver - Women in Security - 8/21ISSA COS - Cyber Security Training & Technology Forum (CSTTF) - 8/22SecureSet - Career Convos: Scott Bowman, CSM & Alex Reed, SSA Alum - 8/22ISSA Denver - Happy Hour - 8/23Denver Splunk Meetup - 8/27GDPR Meetup - Single Subject Search: The Missing Link to GDPR Individual Rights Compliance - 8/28SecureSet - Capture the Flag - 8/31Other Notable Upcoming EventsC-Suite Awards Celebration 2018 - 9/25CTA - Apex Awards - 11/7View our events page for a full list of upcoming events* Thanks to CJ Adams for our intro and exit! If you need any voiceover work, you can contact him here at carrrladams@gmail.com. Check out his other voice work here.* Intro and exit song: "The Language of Blame" by The Agrarians is licensed under CC BY 2.0

1hr 1min

19 Aug 2018

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#047 – Cody Cornell: Allow People to Focus on Interesting Things

Cyber Security Interviews

Cody Cornell is the Founder and CEO of Swimlane. Cody is responsible for the strategic direction of Swimlane and the development of it’s security operations management platform. Collaborating with industry leading technology vendors, he works to identify opportunities to streamline and automate security activities saving customer operations costs and reducing risk.In 2011, Cody co-founded Phoenix Data Security Inc., a focused cyber security professional services organization. Prior to Phoenix Data Security, he began his career in the U.S. Coast Guard, spent 15 years in IT and security including roles with the U.S. Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), American Express, and IBM Global Business Services. Cody has presented at information security forums such as the Secret Service Electronic Crimes Task Force, the DHS Security Subcommittee on Privacy and National Public Radio (NPR), as well as to many industry associations such as (ISC)2, ISACA and ISSA.In this episode we discuss his start in information security, mentors he has had along the way, why he is building a business in Colorado, founding a information security company and the problems he is trying to solve, cyber security automation, so much more.Where you can find Cody:LinkedInTwitterSwimlane Blog

30mins

19 Mar 2018

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Podcast 13 - 5/1/17 - Cody Cornell, Swimlane Founder & CEO

Colorado = Security Podcast

In this episode: Robb sat down with co-founder and CEO of Swimlane, Cody Cornell. Plus news from Oracle, LogRhythm, ProtectWise, SecureSet, and WebRoot makes a mistake. Full show notes here: https://www.colorado-security.com/news/2017/4/28/podcast-13-51-show-notesSwimlane has nothing to do with waterUS News confirms what we already knew - Denver is the best place to list in the US. Oracle is creating an internal start-up center in Colorado, Chipotle is in the news as the victim of the latest point of sale breach, WebRoot's whoops causes customers to identify critical windows files as malicious, and a whole lot more this week.Sign up for our mailing list on the main site to receive weekly updates - https://www.colorado-security.com/. We're continually working to improve the show, and appreciate the feedback we get from our listeners. If you discover any audio issues, or have suggestions for our format, let us know.This week's episode is available on Soundcloud, iTunes and the Google Play store. Reach out with any questions or comments to info@colorado-security.comFeature interview:Robb sat with Cody Cornell, co-founder and CEO of Louisville-based security company Swimlane. Swimlane is one of a new breed of company that seeks to automate much of the response to alerting, helping security operations folks scale dramatically. Thanks to Cody for coming on to tell his story. Local security news:Denver #1 on US News Best Places to live listOracle may be planning internal “startup” center in Denver to explore VR, new technologiesChipotle security breachWebRoot scrambles to reverse false positiveLogRhythm Named a Leader in Security Analytics PlatformsProtectWise enables 'bring your own intelligence'SecureSet Accelerator accepting applicationsJob Openings:Spectrum - Sr Mgr, Network Security OpsVail Resorts - Enterprise Program ManagerDeloitte - CASB ManagerCity & County of Denver - Identity Management AssociateProofpoint - Senior Major Accounts ManagerXcel Energy - Senior Security AnalystDU - Adjunct Faculty, Cybersecurity - Ritchie School of Engineering & Computer ScienceDCP Midstream - IT Security Analyst VCisco- Team Lead, Incident ResponseUpcoming Events:This Week's Events:SecureSet - What is AppSec - 5/2CTP - The Future of Technology - Dark Side vs Light Side - 5/4Notable Upcoming Events:Rocky Mountain Information Security Conference (RMISC) 5/9-11Denver BSides 5/12-13ISSA COS Security+ Trainings (6/3 + 6/10)7th Annual Cyber Security Training & Technology Forum 8/30-31View our events page for a full list of upcoming eventsIf you have any questions or comments, or any organizations or events we should highlight, contact Alex and Robb at info@colorado-security.com* Thanks to CJ Adams for our intro and exit! If you need any voiceover work, you can contact him here at carrrladams@gmail.com. Check out his other voice work here.* Intro and exit song: "The Language of Blame" by The Agrarians is licensed under CC BY 2.0

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30 Apr 2017