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The 24/7 digital economy and ever-increasing customer demands require many organizations to release apps and app updates on a near-continuous basis. When security is left to the end of the app development cycle, it is all too easy to trade it off in the pressure to get an app out the door.
Podcasts on ITSP Radio
CA Technologies' Mordecai Rosen talks digital transformation and the trust framework w/ Sean Martin
In today’s episode of At the Edge with Sean Martin, Sean has the pleasure of speaking with Mordecai (Mo) Rosen, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Cybersecurity at CA Technologies. During their chat, Mo tells us of his early days as a Unix kernel hacker at Bell Labs, later moving on to Sun Microsystems, and ultimately having his privileged access management company be acquired by CA technologies. An identity expert through and through, Mo reminds us that, as an industry, we need to do our best to remove the friction from security, a goal he holds to the highest level as he and his team at CA work to build a trust framework designed to enable the digital economy. Mo has already done a ton to support some of the largest companies achieve their own digital transformation, but it’s clear from my chat with him that he has a ton more on his cybersecurity bucket list. Have a listen, enjoy the chat, and you might just get inspired.
Tim Jarrett from CA Veracode talks about application security during Black Hat USA 2017
Tim Jarrett, CA Veracode, talks about application security with Sean Martin during Black Hat USA 2017. What are the drivers behind organizations choosing to invest in application security and who should lead the application security program? How do companies get on top of the problem of insecure components being used in applications? Tim shares his thoughts with us, tying it all together with the Internet of Things and the impact connected devices have on society - due to the vulnerabilities introduced at the application layer.