BSWEpisode142

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Recorded September 9, 2019 at G-Unit Studios in Rhode Island!

Episode Audio

Hosts

  • Matt Alderman
    CEO at Security Weekly, Strategic Advisor, and Wizard of Entrepreneurship
  • Paul Asadoorian
    Embedded device security researcher, security podcaster, and CEO of Active Countermeasures .

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    Interview: David X Martin, DavidXMartin, LLC

    I am passionate about helping business leaders sleep better at night – by equipping them with critical cyber risk management tools that protect their enterprises while enhancing strategic business growth. My career is grounded in managing risk – from cybersecurity to financial and operational risk. In addition to setting successful strategies as a senior executive at PwC, Citibank and AllianceBernstein, I also provide expert witness testimony in high level risk and cybersecurity cases, and work with government agencies. I enjoy writing, speaking at conferences, and teaching, as well as serving on boards of directors. I published Risk and the Smart Investor (McGraw Hill, 2010) and The Nature of Risk (Amazon, 2012), and my articles for GARP, Institutional Investor and Oliver Wyman can be viewed through DavidXMartin.com. I'm delighted to serve as a member of the Sanctions Subcommittee of the US Department of State’s Advisory Committee on International Economy Policy and as a Special Counselor to the Center for Financial Stability on emerging risks.



    Interview: Brian Reed, NowSecure

    Brian Reed is the Chief Mobility Officer at NowSecure
    Brian Reed brings decades of experience in mobile, apps, security, dev and operations management including NowSecure, Good Technology, BlackBerry, ZeroFOX, BoxTone, MicroFocus and INTERSOLV working with Fortune 2000 global customers, mobile trailblazers and government agencies. With more than 25 years building innovative products and transforming business processes, Brian is a dynamic speaker and compelling storyteller who brings unique insights and global experience. Brian is a graduate of Duke University.

    Segment Topic:
    Mobile App Security - At Scale

    Segment Description:
    Mobile app traffic now outpaces mobile web traffic, yet for many organizations mobile security drags behind web leaving businesses at risk. In fact, industry benchmarks show 85% of mobile apps have security issues and 72% have mobile privacy issues. As more organizations build mobile apps to engage with customers in delightful experiences and drive digital transformation, dev and security teams are looking for ways to ensure security and privacy are built in. The mobile app security techstack now includes tools purpose-built for mobile that automate testing and integrate into the SDLC. Let’s enable the business to deliver secure mobile apps faster.

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