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== Announcements ==
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* SecureWorld Boston is hosting their 15th annual conference March 27-28 @ the Hynes Convention Center. Security Weekly Listeners save $100 off a full conference pass by visiting [] and using the code 'SecurityWeekly'.
= Interview: Nick Galbreath, [ Signal Sciences] =
[[File:Galbreath.jpg|right|220px|thumb|<center>'''[ Nick Galbreath]'''<br> is the Co-Founder and CTO of [ Signal Sciences].</center>]] Nick Galbreath is the Co-Founder and CTO at Signal Sciences. Prior to Signal Sciences, Nick scaled engineering infrastructure and teams at a number of online advertising, e-commerce and social media companies, including IPONWEB, Etsy, Right Media, UPromise, Friendster, and Open Market, and consulted for many more. The author of Cryptography for Internet and Database Applications (Wiley), he’s been awarded a number of patents in social networking and has published extensively on new security approaches in Continuous Deployment and DevOps environments.<br><br>Topic: The Intersection of Development and Security<br>
= Leadership Articles =
* [ Why You Need to Avoid Distractions When You Write]* [ Afraid to Take a Break]* [ How Boeing Should Have Responded to the 737 Max Safety Crisis]* [ Building Trust]* [ Digital Transformation Is Not About Technology]* [ Government takes baby steps in data privacy with NIST framework, bill discussions]* [ Gartner's top 10 security projects for 2019]* [ With cloud basics covered, organizations embrace the disruption of open source]


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