In today’s segment, we talk about the long term effects of the HeartBleed incident and acknowledge the highest frequently attacked applications: web apps and point of sales systems.
In this week’s news segment with Damon Edwards, we talk about the CIO of Target resigning, a hidden surveillance network that can track anyone with a car, and the outting of the creator of BitCoin by NewsWeek. Have a listen…
Resources in this segment
In this segment, Damon Edwards confirms, “Technology can be hardened, but to err is human because human beings are your weakness.” as we discuss three headline news stories from today’s security news:
Akamai has SSL cert problems
A Phishing attack on CNN
Angry Birds gets angry
I’m very excited to announce that the Trusted Software Alliance News Network is now available on YouTube. TSWA News Network is a 5 minute daily news show focusing on AppSec and DevOps topics that are making national news headlines.
It is extremely difficult to keep up with what’s going on in the areas of DevOps and AppSec news. There are just too many resources and things to track. In order to help filter the news, we are going to try something new. Starting this week, we are building a team of news broadcasters for daily video news reports.
These will be short, 5 minute recorded segments that you can view each morning with your first cup of coffee. You might recognize this motley cast of characters from the DevOps and AppSec communities. If you don’t, you will soon.
OWASP Only Channel with Michael Coates
As chairman of the OWASP board, Michael will be us insights from one of the largest AppSec communities in the world
The Lone Star State DevOps Edition with James Wicket
Only in Texas, right? Direct from Austin, James will analyze security news from the filter of the DevOps lens
Deadly DevOps with Damon Edwards
When it comes to DevOps, not many people have their ear to the ground as much as Damon. As co-host of the DevOps Cafe with John Willis, Damon has access to broad range of personalities within the DevOps Community
Weekend Edition with Mark Miller
Mark will be scouring the news items over the weekend for outrageous security news updates and get you quickly up to speed on Monday mornings
We’re going to start broadcasting this Thursday, January 16, 2014 when Damon gives us his thoughts on the most recent happenings in the DevOps world. We would very much appreciate your feedback and support in spreading the word as the show is evolving.
As a follow up to my conversation with Kris Buytaert, organizer of DevOps Days, here’s an interesting session by Damon Edwards during Santa Clara DevOps Days. I’m always looking for patterns that can be replicated across processes. In this session, Damon lays out his strategy in three “acts” :
This is a beginning level discussion of how to start working with the DevOps concept. Take a look and see how this applies to your organization.
If you like what you see here, the DevOps Days channel on Vimeo have over 160 sessions published. It’s a great resource.