- 1 Security and Compliance Weekly Episode #34 - July 07, 2020
- 2 1. Interview - A Professional's View of Security vs. Compliance - 12:00 PM-12:30 PM
- 3 2. Interview - A Hacker's View of Security vs. Compliance - 12:30 PM-01:00 PM
Security and Compliance Weekly Episode #34 - July 07, 2020
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1. Interview - A Professional's View of Security vs. Compliance - 12:00 PM-12:30 PM
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Director of Security Engineering at Truss.
We'll ask Kimber about her views on security vs. compliance. How her work experience has shaped her opinions. What recommendations does she have for implementing security programs in spite of or in line with compliance. Also any practical advice in our new, virtual, working remotely world.
Kimber Dowsett is Director of Security Engineering at Truss
Kimber is the Director of Security Engineering at Truss, a software infrastructure consulting firm based in San Francisco servicing both the public and private sectors. Prior to joining Truss, she served as Director of Infrastructure Engineering at 18F, a Federal agency providing digital delivery services and housed within General Services Administration (GSA). She also served 6 years as a Mission Information Specialist at NASA, securing instrument and ground systems at Goddard Space Flight Center. Kimber is passionate about privacy, encryption, and building user-driven technology for the public. In her spare time, Kimber developed and maintains the framework for Mock Interview and Resume Review (MIRR) Workshop (https://github.com/mzbat/mirr), a project that partners mentors with mentees from underrepresented communities who are un/underemployed in tech and seeking opportunities for professional development. She enjoys designing and building PCB-based electronic projects and is an avid admirer of Chiroptera, comic books, and video games.
2. Interview - A Hacker's View of Security vs. Compliance - 12:30 PM-01:00 PM
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@mzbat is a frequent speaker at hacker conferences, and likes to help folks prepare for job searches by performing mock interviews and resume reviews.
We'll talk to @mzbat about security vs. compliance from the hacker perspective. What's different? What's the same? We'll get her take on how to build bridges and close the gap between the hacker/security community and the compliance side of the world. What advice can she give us for breaking down barriers as well as equipping ourselves for careers in the field of cybersecurity?
@mzbat is Overcommitted Underachiever, PhD in Horribleness at StabOps
Mz. Bat began her legally ambiguous path toward a career in security with a Mac, “borrowed” internet, and ALLEGEDLY phished AOL accounts. She got her first legit tech job with Apple when they recruited her fresh out of grad school. She spent years doing application “QA” and breaking anything and everything she could in the worst possible ways. Fast forward a decade or so and she still breaks shit (when she’s not actually fixing something) and she's definitely NOT a thought leader. She tweets about her dogs, bats, and goth things that make her happy. She loves the ocean and Sour Patch Kids and she is NOT interested in having security techsplained to her. kthxbye.