SWVHSC: Micro-Interview – Bitsight & Threatlocker – Danny Jenkins, Stephen Boyer – ESW #194
Security professionals need to be thinking of the next evolution of the approach from working from home, specifically focusing on the security of the home network for both employees and third party contractors. Stephen Boyer, Co-Founder and CTO, discusses how to rate the risk of these new attack vectors using data BitSight already has... This interview is sponsored by BitSight. To learn more about them, visit: https://securityweekly.com/bitsight
ThreatLocker CEO, Danny Jenkins explains why his new approach of blocking everything that is not trusted and only allowing those applications that are approved, is a cleaner and more comprehensive approach to ensuring malware does not end up on your networks. This interview is sponsored by ThreatLocker. To learn more about them, visit: https://www.securityweekly.com/threatlocker
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Danny is a technical guru with a deep understanding of corporate IT and cybersecurity. He has an entrepreneurial background and two decades of experience building and securing corporate networks. Before taking the reins at ThreatLocker, Danny held CEO and CTO positions at multiple IT companies and founded a few cybersecurity businesses of his own.
Stephen co-founded BitSight in 2011 and serves as the Chief Technology Officer. Prior to founding BitSight, Stephen was President and Co-Founder of Saperix, a company that was acquired by FireMon in 2011. While at the MIT Lincoln Laboratory, Stephen was a member of the Cyber Systems and Technology Group where he led R&D programs solving large-scale national cybersecurity problems. Before MIT, he worked at Caldera Systems, an early Linux startup. Stephen holds a Bachelor degree in Computer Science from Brigham Young University and Master of Science in Engineering and Management from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.