BitDiscovery Track Digital Assets

Security Boulevard Chats: BitDiscovery, A Revolutionary Way to Track Your Digital Assets

In this Security Boulevard Chat I speak with two of my heroes from the InfoSec/AppSec world: Jeremiah Grossman and Robert “RSnake” Hansen. Jeremiah and Robert just announced the launch of their new company, BitDiscovery, which is emerging from stealth, fresh off a venture capital raise and the acquisition of Robert’s ... Read More
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Shimmytoons: Multi-Factor Authentication

Shimmytoons: Multi-Factor Authentication

I am happy to unveil our newest series, “Shimmytoons.” This first one is titled, “Multi-Factor Authentication.” For those who follow DevOps.com, you may know that one of our most popular features is our RoelBob series of cartoons. For Security Boulevard, we wanted to take cartoons to the next level. Working ... Read More
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Security Blogger Awards 2018 Voting Is Open

Security Blogger Awards 2018 Voting Is Open

/ / blogger awards, rsac, SBN
I am happy to report that voting for the 2018 Social Security Blogger Awards is open. This is, I think, the 10th year of the blogger awards, which is kind of difficult for me to wrap my head around. As usual, the winners will be announced at the Security Bloggers ... Read More
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RSAC 2018 Keynote Lineup: Plenty of Women. This Committee Is Owed an Apology

RSAC 2018 Keynote Lineup: Plenty of Women. This Committee Is Owed an Apology

/ / Diversity, keynote, rsac
After taking a lot of heat, some of it seemingly unjustified, the RSA Conference (RSAC) announced the final lineup of keynote speakers for the 2018 conference. In light of the controversy regarding the lack of diversity, it is not surprising that it seems to have gone out of its way to ... Read More
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Evident.io Buy Gives Palo Alto a Cloud Strategy

Evident.io Buy Gives Palo Alto a Cloud Strategy

/ / Cloud, Evident.io, Palo Alto
On March 14, Palo Alto Networks (PANW) announced it is acquiring Evident.io for $300 million cash. That is a really nice outcome for Evident.io co-founders Tim Prendergast and Justin Lundy. Congrats to both of them, as well as the rest of the Evident team. Also, congrats to Palo Alto for ... Read More
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RSAC: The Conference They Love To Hate

RSAC: The Conference They Love To Hate

Once again, the RSA Conference (RSAC) is in the crosshairs of the cannibalistic, eat-your-own-young security industry. This year’s uproar is over the face that only one of the 20 keynote speakers is a woman, and that woman is Monica Lewinsky—not exactly a titan of the cybersecurity world. While I would ... Read More
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Security Boulevard Chat: Update on Security & Compliance From Chef

Security Boulevard Chat: Update on Security & Compliance From Chef

In this Security Boulevard Chat we speak with Dominik Richter and Dan Hauenstein of Chef. Dan and Dominik give us an update on the latest capabilities that Chef is building into its products to help with automating security & compliance. Some of these tools are open source and some are ... Read More
DevOps Connect: DevSecOps Days Coming to RSAC

DevOps Connect: DevSecOps Days Coming to RSAC

/ / DevOps Connect, DevSecOps, rsac
For the fourth year DevOps.com and now Security Boulevard are proud to be producing DevOps Connect: DevSecOps Days @ RSA Conference. The event will be held Monday, April 16, 2018. RSAC is the world’s largest security conference and so the perfect place to hold what we think of as the ... Read More
SecBlvd Chats: Aqua Security Seeks to Lock Down Container Security

SecBlvd Chats: Aqua Security Seeks to Lock Down Container Security

The migration to container-based application infrastructure is accelerating at a faster pace even than we saw with hypervisor-based infrastructure 18 or so years ago. Hand in hand with this is the race to provide better security solutions that are native to—and purpose-built for—containerized environments. Aqua Security is one such company ... Read More
Security Desensitization: Another Data Breach, Blah, Blah, Blah

Security Desensitization: Another Data Breach, Blah, Blah, Blah

Let’s see, the SEC wasn’t forthcoming about its breach. Verizon was just hacked with lots of data going out the back door. Of course, Equifax is the latest mother of all breaches. As someone recently noted, something like 9 billion records have been breached in the last 10 years. That’s ... Read More
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