Recorded February 25, 2019 at G-Unit Studios in Rhode Island!
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Interview: Bruce Sussman, SecureWorld
Bruce Sussman is an Emmy winning journalist and former TV Meteorologist who travels the country interviewing InfoSec leaders and researchers who speak at SecureWorld’s 17 regional conferences around North America. You can also find him moderating panels or speaking on how to improve communication in InfoSec.
Interview Topic: SecureWorld Boston Preview
Interview: DJ Sampath, Armorblox
Dhananjay Sampath is the Co-founder & CEO of Armorblox. Prior to Armorblox, he was the VP of Engineering and a founding team member of StackRox, a Sequoia backed startup. Dhananjay was a senior research scientist at Deutsche Telekom labs, where he was responsible for the secure digital transformation of telcos to a cloud-native, software-defined stack. Prior to that, he was at Juniper Networks and introduced machine-driven classification to the Unified Threat Management platform. Dhananjay graduated from UC Santa Cruz with a Ph.D. in Computer Engineering. His work on Compact Routing Protocols was funded by grants from DARPA/DoD/ARO.