Tines achieves AWS Security Competency and launches partner solution for Amazon GuardDuty.
Thomas Kinsella speaks with Yinon Costica, co-founder and VP of Product at Wiz, about using a self-serve model of cybersecurity and approaching the challenge of gaining Fortune 100 customers when running a start-up.
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Thomas Kinsella speaks with Morey Haber, CSO at BeyondTrust, about the cultural and perception shift that vulnerability management and security operations have undergone over the past 20 years.
No matter how much you try to secure your environment, security incidents will always be a possibility. But by understanding why they happen, you can put in place the right measures to help mitigate them.
Thomas Kinsella speaks with Arthur Barnes, Senior Director of Security Operations at Oracle, about the changes he has seen in cybersecurity over the last 10 years and how to tackle the challenge of hiring the right people.
Thomas Kinsella speaks with Ryan Noon, Founder and CEO of Material Security, about his evolution from hobbyist to cybersecurity founder and thought leader.
Thomas chats with Diana Kelley, a true pioneer in cybersecurity and Chief Security Officer & Strategy Officer at Cybrize, about the challenges of leading changes in security operations today.
With two automation Stories, our IT team achieved SOC 2 compliance in record time — cutting overall effort by 250 hours and completing the entire process within four months.
In this episode of the Future of Security Operations podcast, Thomas interviews Andreas Schneider - the Field CISO EMEA at Lacework.
On this episode of the Future of Security Operations podcast, Thomas speaks with Jacob DePriest, VP & Deputy Chief Security Officer at GitHub.
As organizations seek better ways to protect against attacks, let’s seek better ways to improve the cybersecurity community as well.
Operationalize your cloud security through security workflows effortlessly with Wiz and Tines.
To continue to do more with, in many cases, even less is a tricky tightrope walk that requires creativity and strategy to ensure overall success.