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By Humans of InfoSec

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A podcast that explores the stories of real people, their work, and its impact on the information security industry. Join security thought-leaders, Caroline Wong and Mike Shema, as they focus on the human side of security. Don't forget to follow the podcast on Twitter: https://twitter.com/humansofinfosec

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A podcast that explores the stories of real people, their work, and its impact on the information security industry. Join security thought-leaders, Caroline Wong and Mike Shema, as they focus on the human side of security. Don't forget to follow the podcast on Twitter: https://twitter.com/humansofinfosec

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iTunes Ratings

8 Ratings
Average Ratings
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Rank #1: Ep 4 Robert Fly: An econ major's journey to security at Microsoft and Salesforce

Apr 10 2018
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Robert has built and lead security engineering and technology teams at Salesforce, and before that, he spent 8 years working in security at Microsoft. Today, Robert holds a number of board and advisory roles and is currently building a people-centric solution focused on the human element as a core defense strategy for organizations.

Rank #2: Ep 3 Robin Stuart: A Malware Superhero

Mar 27 2018
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Paralegal, mountain cyclist, malicious code researcher at eBay, security operations at Wells Fargo, cybercrime novelist, and now a principal threat researcher at a Fortune 50 company, Robin Stuart talks about her roundabout journey into information security in Episode 3 of Humans of InfoSec.

Rank #3: Ep 2 Robert Wood: From Football to CISO

Mar 13 2018
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Humans Of InfoSec Episode 2, Robert Wood has a vast portfolio of work ranging from building Cigital’s Red Team to running the trust and security team at Nuna Health. Robert is well known for his adversarial thinking and strategic planning approach to his work, and today one of the things he’s focused on is helping security professionals to advance their careers. Dive into Robert's information security origin story in Episode 2 of Humans of InfoSec.

Rank #4: Ep 1 Mike Shema: OG Web Hacker

Feb 27 2018
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Humans Of InfoSec Episode 1, Mike Shema started out as a gamer and hacker in the late 90’s. He was part of the elite Foundstone consulting group, built a web application security scanner at Qualys, and led the Product Security team at Yahoo. Today, Mike is the VP of SecOps and Research at Cobalt. Caroline Wong sits down with Mike and discusses his journey and talks about how he has gotten to where he is today.

Rank #5: Ep 9 Jimmy Sanders: How to turn an engineering position into a leadership role

Jun 20 2018
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Jimmy Sanders has held security leadership roles at a number of different financial and technology institutions - including SAP, Fiserv, and Samsung. Jimmy currently runs Information Security for Netflix DVD and provides leadership to our colleagues in the San Francisco Bay Area as president of the local ISSA chapter. On of his big passions in life is helping to grow and connect the information security community.

Rank #6: Ep 8 Patricia Titus: How a morse code intercept operator became the first CISO for TSA

Jun 06 2018
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Patricia Titus was the Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer at Freddie Mac, Symantec, Unisys Corporation and the Transportation Security Administration within the Department of Homeland Security. She was focused on transforming, implementing and maintaining robust IT security programs. She is now the Chief Information Security Officer And Chief Privacy Officer at Markel Corporation.

Rank #7: Ep 7 Dave Tyson: A celebrity bodyguard’s path to CISO

May 22 2018
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Dave Tyson started his security career in physical security and transitioned into information security in the late 90s. In 2007, Dave published the book Security Convergence, which addresses the coming together of these two fields. He has since has been a CSO and CISO many times over, including at the City of Vancouver at a time when Vancouver was the host city for the 2010 Winter Olympics, Pacific Gas and Electric, and SC Johnson.

Rank #8: Ep 6 Kevin Greene: Where Cyber Meets Hip Hop

May 08 2018
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Kevin Greene started his security work at Ernst & Young and has throughout his career worked in a variety of leadership roles in both the public and private sectors. Recently, he led Software Assurance R&D at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, where he built the SWAMP (Software Assurance Market Place) to provide continuous software assurance services to the public. Today, Kevin serves on the advisory board for the New Jersey Institute of Technology Cybersecurity Research Center and Bowie State University CS department, which led him to his current role at MITRE.

Rank #9: Ep 5 Caleb Sima: From phone phreak to cybersecurity entrepreneur

Apr 24 2018
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Caleb Sima started his security career as a consultant and X-Force researcher. Since then Caleb has built a number of security startups, one of the most well-known and successful startups being SPI Dynamics which was later acquired by HP. He later made the switch over to the defender side as a managing VP of cybersecurity at Capital One. Today, Caleb invests and advises start-ups.