2022 DevSecOps in Review

As 2022 comes to an end, Deb Radcliff highlights some of the trends we covered in Shift Left Academy and how those trends may...

Software Vendors have 365 Days to Meet OMB Secure Development Requirements

Interview with Curtis Yanko principal solutions architect at GrammaTech, who’s active in a group called the SBOM Forum, and on...

Security is Foundational to Developer Satisfaction and Product Quality

Interview with Todd Kulesza, User Experience Researcher at Google and John Speed Meyers, Security Data Scientist at Chainguard,...

Automating Supply Chain Integrity

Interview with Bob Martin, principal engineer over Software Supply Chain Assurance for the Cyber Solutions Innovation Center at...

Who Needs a Chief Product Security Officer?

Vince Arneja, GrammaTech CPO, talks about the evolving role and emerging need for a CPSO.

DHS Calls for “Excellence in Software” in Log4j Report

 Interview with Mike Manrod, CISO, and Christian Taillon, IT Security Engineer at Grand Canyon Education

New Awards Recognize Software Product Security Executives

Deb Radcliff interviews Malcolm Harkins, Chief Security & Trust Officer with Exposure Management Vendor Epiphany Systems, who...

Builders and Breakers

Deb Radcliff interviews Casey Ellis, CTO and founder of BugCrowd, and Tracy Bannon Senior Principal/ Software Architect &...

Shift Left on APIs

Featuring Matt Tesauro, Noname Security's DevOps Distinguished Engineer, and project lead     for OWASP Appsec Pipeline...

Deb Radcliff

Deb Radcliff

Shift Left Academy Editor

Deb Radcliff is a well known author, speaker and thought leader in the cybersecurity industry with 25+ years experience. She has worked with the FBI, DoD, Secret Service, CIA, local and state law enforcement as they were building their own cyber units. Her articles are cited in numerous research papers and college textbooks. She spoke at West Point, won two Neal Awards, and was runner up for a third. Radcliff recently published her first cyber thriller, “Breaking Backbones: Information is Power,” available at Amazon and all major book outlets.

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