The CI/CD pipeline is the backbone of the software development process, so it's critical to ensure you are meeting and exceeding the most critical security measures. Throughout this podcast, Tal Morgenstern, Co-founder and CSO of Vulcan Cyber, will break down the process of how organizations can properly secure a CI/CD pipeline into a checklist of four key steps, as well as offer a handful of tools and tactics security leadership can use to bake risk-based vulnerability management into their CI/CD pipelines. He will explain how securing your CI/CD pipelines alone is not enough to reduce the chances of cyber attacks and the importance for organizations to not only maintain security at speed and scale, but quality at speed and scale. Finally, Tal will dive into how Vulcan Cyber helps organizations to streamline security tasks in every stage of the cyber-risk management process, integrating with their existing tools for true end-to-end risk management.
Tap, tap - is this thing on? Why do defenders still struggle to detect attacks and attacker activities? Why do so many tools struggle to detect attacks?
Today, we've got an expert on detection engineering to help us answer these questions. Thinkst's Canary and Canarytokens make in catching penetration testers and attackers stupidly simple. Thinkst Labs aims to push these tools even further. Casey will share some of the latest research coming out of labs, and we'll ponder why using deception for detection isn't yet a de facto best practice.
Finally, in the enterprise security news, We quickly explain the SVB collapse, A few interesting fundings, Rapid7 acquires Minerva who? We’ll explain. GPT-4 - what’s new? Detect text written by an AI! Then, produce text that can’t be detected as written by an AI! The K-Shaped recovery of the cybersecurity industry, Software Security is More than Vulnerabilities, Microsoft Outlook hacks itself, Robert Downey Jr. gets into teh cyberz, & Reversing intoxication!
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