This week, the inimitable Jack Daniel, one of information security's most respected and recognizable thought leaders, sits down with us for a wide-ranging conversation on securing networks, hardening applications, organizing Bsides events, fighting the crypto wars and staying sane in this crazy business. He also shares his tips for leveraging social media and gives us a glimpse into the mind of infosec's most compelling fictional character: @InfosecNoir's Jimmy Black, Cyber Private Eye.
Bluebox Security co-founder and IANS faculty member Adam Ely joins us this week to talk about trends in appdev security and the need for stricter oversight in regulatory compliance efforts. Ely also discusses discusses how CISOs can raise their innovation game and shares tips on how he overcame his own introverted nature to become a strong voice in enterprise security.
Episode 3 of the IANS Podcast features our wrap-up of RSA 2016 with news and views straight from the conference floor. We listen in on big .gov announcements from Defense Secretary Ashton Carter and Rep. Michael McCaul (R-Texas). And we talk to IANS faculty members Dave Shackleford and Joshua Corman about the big news of the week including the DROWN vulnerability, the Hack the Pentagon initiative, and the push to make infosec pros better business leaders.