Month: December 2017

Happy New Year - Startup Security Weekly #67

This week, Rick Olesek and Rich Walchuck of CryptoniteNXT join us for an interview! In the article discussion, we talk about startups most likely to succeed, how to pitch your app to investors, and calculating your total addressable market! In the news, we have updates from Thales, Amazon, Convercent, ADT, and more on this episode of Startup Security Weekly! Full Show Notes: https://wiki.securityweekly.com/SSWEpisode67 Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/ssw for all the latest episodes!…


Merry Christmas - Paul's Security Weekly #541

Bob Hillery, Co-Founder and Director of InGuardians joins us for an interview, and Kevin Finisterre, Principal of the Security Consultancy of Department 13 joins us to deliver the tech segment! In the news, Uber pays hacker to keep quiet, flaw in Intel processors allowing undetectable malware, Apple patches other High Sierra security holes, and more on this episode of Paul's Security Weekly! Full Show Notes: https://wiki.securityweekly.com/Episode541 Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/psw…


To allTHANK YOU for 2017, and lets dream of 2018!

To all my readers, all our customers and partners, all my colleagues, all my friends – heck my competitors, thank you for everything in 2017.   It was a year filled with change for me in the middle of a massive integration through the Dell acquisition – with a ton of learning, a ton of personal development/growth, and on the basis of the team – a ton of impact in the marketplace. But – looking at the bigger picture, I get the sense it was a year of change for many.  It was a turbulent year in…


Looking forward to 2018: Vertical Stack Wars are upon us.

This is part 3 of a 3-part blog series on things that I’m thinking about going into 2018. Warning – remember, Virtual Geek post are my musings, not an official company position.   They are officially my opinions – which means they aren’t worth more than 2 cents.  They aren’t authored by anyone else, and with the RAREST of exceptions (I can think of only 2 amongst thousands of posts) they don’t get reviewed.    I’ve only every removed one post (to avoid harming customers), and in all other…