Andrew Morris, the founder and CEO of GreyNoise, joins Dennis Fisher to talk about software liability, the evolution of the security industry, and why we're not getting better at securing our systems.
Michelle Finneran Dennedy, co-founder of Privacy Code and co-author of The Privacy Engineer's Manifesto, joins Dennis Fisher to talk about her new startup, her path from studying psychology to becoming the first chief privacy officer at Sun and Cisco, and what everyone gets wrong about privacy.
Chris Eng, chief research officer at Veracode, joins Dennis Fisher to discuss the company's new State of Software Security report, whether we're getting better at fixing bugs, and the fragility of open source projects an the software supply chain.
Kevin McCallister may not be a hacker or even own a computer (as far as we know), but no one embodies the hacker ethic better than he does, an eight-year-old boy left alone at Christmas who is forced to use his imagination and creativity to defend a prime target and lure his adversaries into his trap. This is Deciphering Home Alone.
Wired journalist and author Andy Greenberg joins Dennis Fisher to discuss his new book Tracers in the Dark: The Global Hunt for the Crime Lords of Cryptocurrency, which tells the stories of the agents, academics, and security experts who tracked the admins of the Silk Road, AlphaBay, and other darknet markets through specialized blockchain tracing techniques.