Log4j, SBOMs and Secure Code Libraries

Deb Radcliff interviews Mike Manrod, CISO, and Christian Taillon, IT security engineer at Grand Canyon Education

Software is the New Ground Zero Devops best practices predictions for 2022

If 2021 taught us anything, it is that software is the new ground zero in attacker methodologies, and that developer systems...

Resiliency in Software = Recovery and Adaptability Through Software Quality

Interview with Tracy Bannon, Senior Principal with MITRE and Early-Days Software Architect

Getting to Sustainable Cybersecurity with DevSecOps

Interview with Deepayan Chanda, Cybersecurity Architect and co-author of Penetration Testing with Kali Linux.

From the Inside Out: Layered Security in the SDLC

Deb Radcliff interviews Christian Simko, Director of Product Marketing at GrammaTech

 

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Coding for Regulated Energy Systems

North American Electric Reliability Corporation’s supply chain regulations could cost millions for those out of compliance. ...

Copy and Pasting Code? You Could be Spreading Vulnerabilities

Interview with Paul Anderson, VP of Engineering at GrammaTech

Threat Modeling for the Future

Video Interview with threat modeling expert, Adam Shostack

Critically Vulnerable Open Source Code Found in COTS Apps

Video interview with Michael Sampson

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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