Recorded March 18, 2019 at G-Unit Studios in Rhode Island!
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Interview: Jamie Duncan, Red Hat Public Sector
Jamie Duncan is a recovering history major who has been at Red Hat for just over 7 years. Beginning with his role as a TAM, his focus has increasingly centered on the operations-oriented features of OpenShift, including the May 2018 publication of OpenShift In Action by Manning Publishing. Jamie has had this discussion with customers, OpenShift advocates, and technology fans on multiple continents to date. That fundamental knowledge of how containers work helps people treat containers like the revolutionary technology they are, using them strategically to solve their challenges. When not knee deep in OpenShift, Jamie's a hobby farmer and F1 racing fan.
Bugs, Breaches, and More!
1.) Owner of MAGA-Friendly Yelp Knockoff Threatens to Call FBI After Researcher Exposes Security Holes
2.) Chinese Data Breach Exposes 'Breed Ready' Status Of Almost 2 Million Women
3.) Dozens of companies leaked sensitive data thanks to misconfigured Box accounts
If you build it, they will come
1.) A world of hurt after GoDaddy, Apple, and Google misissue >1 million certificates
2.) DARPA Is Building a $10 Million, Open Source, Secure Voting System
3.) A huge trove of medical records and prescriptions found exposed
Food for Thought
1.) Beto O’Rourke’s secret membership in America’s oldest hacking group
2.) Googling Strangers: One Professor's Lesson On Privacy In Public Spaces
3.) CommitStrip: CSS, CSS Everywhere