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The Roaring Twenties – ESW #167

This week, we talk Enterprise News, to talk about Tapplock introducing new enterprise fingerprint scanning padlock accessories, Protecting corporations without sacrificing performance with Cloudflare, as well as their acquisition of S2 Systems, Pulse Secure, and SecureWave enter a partnership, Mimecast acquires Segasec, and more! In our second segment, we discuss Docker Container Security - Vulnerable Upon Inception! In our final segment, we welcome back Britta Glade, Director of Content and Curation for RSAC, and Linda Gray, Senior Director and General Manager for RSAC, to discuss what to expect at the world's largest cybersecurity conference in San Francisco!

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1. Enterprise News – ESW #167

This week in the Enterprise News segment, Paul Asadoorian, John Strand and Matt Alderman cover the following news stories: Pulse Secure and SecureWave Partnership, BigID raised $50 million to accelerate global sales, channel and product expansion, Tapplock introduced new enterprise fingerprint scanning padlock accessories, Cloudflare for Teams, CORRECTING and REPLACING: NetScout Wins Victory Against Patent Assertion Entity, and acquisitions including Broadcom, Symantec Enterprise Acquiring Cybersecurity Analytics Firm, Mimecast acquiring Segasec, Cloudflare acquiring stealthy startup S2 Systems.

Hosts

Paul Asadoorian
Paul Asadoorian
Founder at Security Weekly
John Strand
John Strand
Founder; Security Professional at Black Hills Information Security
Matt Alderman
Matt Alderman
Executive Director at CyberRisk Alliance

2. RSA Conference 2020 – Britta Glade, Linda Gray Martin – ESW #167

This week on Enterprise Security Weekly Paul Asadoorian and Matt Alderman interview Britta Glade and Linda Gray Martin about RSA Conference 2020! This segment will give listeners a high-level overview of what to expect at RSA Conference 2020 and will highlight new components of content and programming like the Engagement Zone and the recently announced keynote speaker lineup. The segment will also discuss RSAC 2020's overarching theme - the Human Element - and how it will be intertwined throughout the Conference. To register for RSAC 2020 using our discount code or to book an interview with Security Weekly on-site at RSA Conference visit: https://securityweekly.com/rsac2020

Guests

Britta Glade
Britta Glade
Director of Content and Curation at RSA Conference

Britta Glade is Director, Content and Curation for RSA Conference. She has been in the learning and security sector for 23 years. Most recently she headed analyst relations for RSA and in 2014 was recognized by industry analysts as one of the top 10 analyst relations professionals by the Institute of Analyst Relations Professionals, a global recognition that values responsiveness, relationships and results.

Linda Gray Martin
Linda Gray Martin
Senior Director & General Manager at RSA Conference

With more than 20 years of experience in the technology industry, Linda Gray Martin is currently Sr. Director & General Manager of RSA Conference. In this role, Gray Martin’s ultimate goal is to ensure RSAC is the “must-go-to, can’t miss” cybersecurity conference for the industry, offering attendees an exceptional experience at RSAC USA and RSAC APJ as well as RSAC Unplugged events around the world. Her responsibilities range from conference strategy and architecture, to oversight of marketing, PR and technology strategy, vendor management, keynote program management and financial management.

Hosts

Paul Asadoorian
Paul Asadoorian
Founder at Security Weekly
Matt Alderman
Matt Alderman
Executive Director at CyberRisk Alliance

3. Docker Container Security – Vulnerable Upon Inception – ESW #167

The Internet gives bad advice sometimes, especially when you are trying to figure out how to build container images. While you may get it to work, typically security will be left out completely. This segment will look at just one aspect of container security, specifically, the FROM directive that tells Docker which image to build from. We'll talk about how to approach this subject with your dev teams and use Anchore to review the security vulnerabilities to help you choose the most secure images!

Hosts

Paul Asadoorian
Paul Asadoorian
Founder at Security Weekly
Matt Alderman
Matt Alderman
Executive Director at CyberRisk Alliance
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