Guest: Yan Michalevsky
Guest title: Co-Founder and CTO at Anjuna
Confidential computing is one of the more interesting technologies that is developed today.
The combination of using secure hardware features, advanced cryptography with tight virtualization integration enables us to protect data at untrusted environments and protect from very illusive threats such as government access and malicious insiders.
In this episode we spoke with Yan Michalevsky, Co-Founder and CTO at Anjuna, regarding confidential computing and why we should pay attention to it.
Guest: Niv David Guest title: Customer Cyber Security Director, Ericsson North America; Fellow & Lecturer, Yuval Ne'eman Workshop for Science, Technology and Security, Tel-Aviv University Language: English Abstract The 5th generation of cellular networks is not just an upgrade of previous generations such as LTE. 5G is changing the cellular networks infrastructure, deployment, orchestration, operations and security. 5G infrastructure, and Private Networks, blur the traditional distinction between IT, 3GPP, Wi-Fi and Cellular, providing incredible functionality, while creating new challenges. In this episode we spoke with Niv David, Customer Cyber security director at Ericsson North America, about the innovation of 5G networks and how it is changing the networking infrastructure and cloud usage. ...
Guest: Ravid Circus Guest title: Co-Founder, Seemplicity Language: English Abstract As organizations develop more software, and in faster cycles, greater responsibility is laid on security teams who have a full-stack responsibility for infrastructure, applications, IT services and many other aspects in the business. In this episode we spoke with Ravid Circus co-founder and CPO at Seemplicity to understand how security teams can efficiently scale their risk reduction efforts and interact with their counterparts productively by using digital workflows for security operations. ...
Attendees Guest: Guy Flechter Guest title: CISO Company: AppFlayer Abstract One of the biggest challenges facing software companies is how to make sure security policies are enforced across the development cycle without holding R&D ability to innovate. In this episode, Guy Flechter, CISO for Appsflyer, will elaborate on the way he is providing R&D guidelines and support while keeping them motivated and committed to security. Timing 0:00 Intro and introducing Appsflyer and its digital business 10:29 Understanding Appsflyer underlying technology and security challenges 14:20 “We came in peace” Building security foundation at Appsflyer - understanding Guy’s methodology 19:55 the people angle: Building the right team and how to work efficiently with R&D team. 27.40 The technology angel: How to make sure developers don’t need security in everyday life, but they are still on the right tracks 37.10 The process angel: building developers autonomy 40.25 Summary and conclusion ...