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Too often, developers and security teams have a siloed relationship. That separation can lead to inefficiencies and gaps in security across software development, ultimately leading to anything from bad user experiences to hits to the bottom line. How can teams bridge that gap, and evolve from gatekeepers of their own projects, to partners working in harmony toward a shared goal? In this podcast, Brian Joe will focus on the most overlooked factors in evaluating an organization’s InfoSec posture and what development and security teams can do to foster a mutually beneficial partnership and transition from a traditional security team model to a more collaborative one. In doing so, he’ll highlight the most common pitfalls of a siloed approach — and what companies can do to avoid them.

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Full Episode Show Notes

Avoiding the Silo: Bridging the Divide Between Security + Dev Teams


Brian Joe

Brian Joe - Director of Security Product Marketing at Fastly

Brian Joe is the Director of Security Product Management at Fastly, where he runs the Security Product team and manages Fastly's Security Product Portfolio. Previously, Brian led the Product and Growth functions at Signal Sciences (acquired by Fastly), and has had Product, Partnership, and Operations leadership roles at Edgecast Networks (acquired by Verizon), and Verizon Communications with over 16 years of experience in Security, Networking, Cloud, and SaaS.


Adrian Sanabria

Adrian Sanabria - Senior Research Engineer at CyberRisk Alliance


Adrian is an outspoken researcher that doesn't shy away from uncomfortable truths. He loves to write about the security industry, tell stories, and still sees the glass as half full.

Doug White

Doug White - Professor at Roger Williams University


Doug White is a Cybersecurity professor at Roger Williams University, the President of Secure Technology, and a Security Weekly network host.

Jeff Man

Jeff Man - #HackingisNotaCrime Advocate, Sr. InfoSec Consultant at Online Business Systems


Cryptanalyst, infosec analyst, pioneering ex-NSA pen tester, PCI specialist and certified security curmudgeon. Currently a Sr. InfoSec Consultant for Online Business Systems.

Larry Pesce

Larry Pesce - Principal Managing Consultant and Director of Research & Development at InGuardians


Larry's core specialties include hardware and wireless hacking, architectural review, and traditional pentesting. He also regularly gives talks at DEF CON, ShmooCon, DerbyCon, and various BSides. Larry holds the GAWN, GCISP, GCIH, GCFA, and ITIL certifications, and has been a certified instructor with SANS for 5 years, where he trains the industry in advanced wireless and Industrial Control Systems (ICS) hacking. Larry's independent research for the show has led to interviews with the New York Times with MythBusters' Adam Savage, hacking internet-connected marital aids on stage at DEFCON, and having his RFID implant cloned on stage at Shmoocon. When not hard at work, Larry enjoys long walks on the beach weighed down by his ham radio, (DE KB1TNF), and thinking of ways to survive the impending zombie apocalypse.


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