When it comes to trusting in technology, we have many vectors for trust, and trust of course affects our relationships with people and organizations. Security vendors, despite our best efforts, are often the least trusted. And there is the plain truth that trusting too much can lead to insecurity, but trusting too little is often inefficient and creates obstacles to performance and success.
In this episode of the InSecurity Podcast, host Shaun Walsh is joined by special guest Pete Herzog who has researched, written, and spoken on the subject of trust for many years. Herzog says he has learned that knowing how things really work allows us to apply the right controls, and adjust our level of trust accordingly.
About Pete Herzog
Pete Herzog (@peteherzog) is the co-founder of ISECOM and Hacker High School, and in 2000, Pete created the OSSTMM standards for security testing and analysis. He also leads the organization into new research challenges like Smarter Safer Better, the Bad People Project, and the Home Security Methodology. Pete’s strong interest in the properties of trust and how it affects us and our lives has led to trust metrics and has brought ISECOM more deeply into Human Security.
About Shaun Walsh
Shaun Walsh (@cingulus) leads Cylance’s global marketing strategy, channels, campaigns, digital marketing and communications efforts. Prior to joining Cylance, Shaun served as VP of Corporate Marketing and GM of the Ethernet business unit at QLogic, and previously served as the SVP of Marketing and Corporate Development at Emulex.
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