Data stolen? Get used to it kid. That’s the reality for young people coming of age today in the app sec shanty town that is the 21st century U.S. economy. Like the actual favelas and shanty towns that have sprung up in developing nations over the last century, our application ecosystem is sprawling, unregulated, ad-hoc and prone to shocking breakdowns and failures. Our kids are paying the price.
How do we improve software quality and end the epidemic of shoddy, exploitable software harming consumers, communities and businesses? To start, we need to change the way we think and talk about software-based risks.
Host Paul Roberts speaks with Boyd Multerer, the CEO and founder of Kry10, which has made a secure OS for the Internet of Things.
In this Spotlight episode of the Security Ledger podcast, I interview Richard Bird, the CSO of the firm Traceable AI about the challenge of securing application programming interfaces (APIs), which are increasingly being abused to steal sensitive data.
Paul speaks with Caleb Sima, the CSO of the online trading platform Robinhood, about his journey from teenage cybersecurity phenom and web security pioneer, to successful entrepreneur to an executive in the trenches of protecting high value financial services firms from cyberattacks.