Jannik Hollenbach is a Security Automation Engineer at iteratec GmbH, working on and with open source security testing tools to continuously detect security vulnerabilities in the companies software and systems. He is also a member of the OWASP Juice Shop project team. Jannik joins us to discuss MultiJuicer, or how to run JuiceShop in a Kubernetes cluster, with a separate JuiceShop instance for each user.
For season 7 and beyond, we’ve launched our Youtube channel, Application Security Podcast, where we post the video feeds for all episodes. You’ll want to check it out, as many interviews now have demo’s included, where we capture screens during the interview.
We hope you enjoy this conversation with.. Jannik Hollenbach.
Sebastien Deleersnyder is co-founder, CEO of Toreon, and Bart De Win is a director within PwC Belgium. They work together to co-lead both the OWASP Belgium Chapter and the OWASP SAMM project. Sebastien and Bart join us to introduce OWASP SAMM 2.0. OWASP SAMM (Software Assurance Maturity Model) is the OWASP framework to help organizations assess, formulate, and implement a strategy for software security they can integrate into an existing Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC). We explore where it came from, and walk through the framework.
For season 7 and beyond, we’ve launched our Youtube channel, Application Security Podcast, where we post the video feeds for all episodes. You’ll want to check it out, as many interviews now have demo’s included, where we capture a screen during the interview.
We hope you enjoy this conversation with… Sebastien and Bart.
Mark Merkow works at WageWorks in Tempe, Arizona, leading application security architecture and engineering efforts in the office of the CISO.
Mark has over 40 years of experience in IT in a variety of roles, including application development, systems analysis, and design, security engineering, and security management. Mark has authored or co-authored 17 books on IT and has been a contributing editor to four others.
Mark joins us to discuss how application security and Agile software development methodology fit together. We hope you enjoy this conversation with… Mark Merkow.
Zsolt is the founder and CTO of GUARDARA with more than 15 years of experience in cybersecurity, both on the offensive and defensive side. Zsolt explains fuzz testing, who does it, and why. He also helps us to understand how to deal with fuzz testing results, and how to get started doing fuzz testing on your own. We hope you enjoy this conversation with … Zolt Imre.
Adam joins us to discuss remote threat modeling, and we do a live threat modeling exercise to figure out how remote threat modeling actually works. If you want to see the screen share as we figure out remote threat modeling, check out the Youtube version of the episode.
Bio: Adam Shostack is a leading expert on threat modeling, and consultant, entrepreneur, technologist, author and game designer. He has taught threat modeling at a wide range of commercial, non-profit and government organizations. He’s a member of the Black Hat Review Board, is the author of Threat Modeling: Designing for Security, and the co-author of The New School of Information Security.
Kim Wuyts is a postdoctoral researcher at the Department of Computer Science at KU Leuven (Belgium). She has more than 10 years of experience in security and privacy in software engineering. Kim is one of the main forces behind the development and extension of LINDDUN, a privacy threat modeling framework that provides systematic support to elicit and mitigate privacy threats in software systems. Kim joins us to explain the difference between security and privacy and introduce us to LINDDUN and how to use it.
John Martin has owned responsibilities ranging from Software Supply Chain to DevSecOps Security Champions to Cloud Security Monitoring. His career spans the years between Blue-Box MF generators, through the era of automated hacks, and into our modern age of industrialized paranoia. He is a frequent speaker on the topic of commercial software security and a contributor to many SAFECode and CSA efforts. John joins us to discuss the prevention of a cyberpocalypse. You heard it correctly. Now tune in to learn what a cyberpocalypse is and why you need to care about it. We hope you enjoy this conversation with John Martin.
Jeremy Long is a principal engineer specializing in securing the SDLC. Jeremy is the founder and project lead for the OWASP dependency-check project; a software composition analysis tool that identifies known vulnerable 3rd party libraries. Jeremy joins us to share the origin story of dependency check, the problems it solves, the number of companies that use it, how to integrate it, and the future of the project.
Alyssa is a hacker, security evangelist, cybersecurity professional and international public speaker with almost 15 years of experience in the security industry. A former developer, her background is application security, not only conducting technical assessments but also helping develop complete security programs.
Alyssa joins us to share her take on DevOps, automation, and beyond. She also shares a great story about how she got domain admin in 3 minutes.
Vandana Verma is a passionate advocate for application security. From serving on the OWASP Board to running various groups promoting security to organizing conferences, she is engaged in making the global application security community a better place.
She manages the @Infosecgirls organization and is a leader for the @OWASPBangalore chapter. Vandana joins us to discuss her work so far on the OWASP Board, to discuss her AppSec DC keynote on diversity, and to catch us up on InfoSecGirls and WIA.
DJ Schleen is a seasoned DevSecOps advocate at Sonatype and provides thought leadership to organizations looking to integrate security into their DevOps practices. He encourages organizations to deeply integrate a culture of security and trust into their core values and product development journey.
DJ joins us to talk about the philosophy of DevOps and flow, DevSecOps and silos, and the DevSecOps reference architectures. We hope you enjoy this conversation with… DJ Schleen.
Niels Tanis has a background in .NET development, pen-testing, and security consultancy. He has experience breaking, defending and building secure applications. Neils joins us to continue our .NET conversation from last year. This time around we focus on the 3rd party risk we pull into our applications by using third party libraries in a .NET world.
Maya is a Product Manager in Security & Privacy at Google, focused on container security. She previously worked on encryption at rest and encryption key management. Maya has a Master’s in mathematics, focusing on cryptography and game theory. Maya joins us to discuss how containers improve security, a high-level threat model of containers and orchestration, and tips for enhancing security as you role out containers and Kubernetes.
Geoffrey Hill is an AppSec DevSecOps leader and Architect. Geoff joins us to discuss his experiences rolling out DevSecOps in both Agile and non-Agile practicing shops. We hope you enjoy this conversation with…Geoff Hill.
Erez Yalon heads the security research group at Checkmarx. With vast defender and attacker experience and as an independent security researcher, he brings invaluable knowledge and skills to the table. Erez joins us to speak about the new OWASP API Security Project, and more specifically, the new API Security Top 10. We hope you enjoy this conversation with … Erez Yalon.
Steve Lipner is a pioneer in cybersecurity, approaching 50 years’ experience. He retired in 2015 from Microsoft where he was the creator and long-time leader of Microsoft’s Security Development Lifecycle (SDL) team. While at Microsoft, Steve also created initiatives to encourage industry adoption of secure development practices and the SDL and served as a member and chair of the SAFECode board. Steve joins us to talk about all things SDL, and I must say, I was super excited for this interview, with way too many questions for someone who was there on day 1 of Secure Development Lifecycle. We hope you enjoy this conversation with…Steve Lipner.
David Kosorok is a code security expert, software tester, father of 9, and a self-described major nerd. David is the Director of AppSec at Align Tech, and a fellow member of the Raleigh Durham tech community. David joins us to speak about the three pillars of building an application security program: Prevent, Detect, and React. When we think the program, we’ve never heard anyone relate a program this way, and thought you needed to hear about a different approach to program building. We hope you enjoy this conversation with…. David Kosorok.
As the hosts of the Application Security Podcast, we get the opportunity from time to time to mix it up. This week we gather a few security articles, share a summary, and offer our opinions (for what our opinions are worth). The source of the articles is Hi-5, a weekly newsletter containing five security articles that are worth your time. We scour the Interwebs looking for the best articles on application and product security and share those with you. You can subscribe to Hi-5 on the Security Journey website.
Hit us up on Twitter and let us know if you like this format and if we should do more of this type of content. We hope you enjoy this episode with, Chris and Robert.
Bill Dougherty is the vice president of IT and security at Omada Health, where he leads a team responsible for all aspects of internal IT including SaaS strategy, end-user support, vendor management, operational security and compliance. Bill along with Patrick Curry created the INCLUDES NO DIRT approach to threat modeling, which takes threat modeling to the next level, beyond STRIDE, and goes head on with a more modern set of real-world security considerations. We hope you enjoy this conversation with, Bill Dougherty.
Marc French is a security person, firearms geek, scuba guy, lousy golfer, and an aspiring blacksmith. We met Marc in the hallway at the Boston Application Security Conference. Marc has extensive experience as a CISO but came from the world of AppSec to the exec suite, which is not the normal path. We discuss what is a CISO, and what does a CISO actually do, the role of AppSec in the life of the CISO, and tips Marc has for those that wish to become a CISO someday. We hope you enjoy this conversation with Marc French.
Threat modeling, secrets, mentoring, self-care, program building, and much more. Clips from Georgia Weidman, Simon Bennetts, Izar Tarandach, Omer Levi Hevroni, Tanya Janca, Björn Kimminich, Caroline Wong, Adam Shostack, Steve Springett, Matt McGrath, Brook Schoenfield, and Ronnie Flathers.
Ronnie Flathers is a security guy, a pentester, and a researcher. In this conversation, we explore his experiences in building application security programs. He’s had the opportunity to program build inside of companies big and small.
Brook Schoenfield is a Master Security Architect @IOActive and author of Securing Systems, as well as an industry leader in security architecture and threat modeling, and a friend.
“We have a static analysis tool. Why do we need a program?” This is what Brook overheard at one point in his past, from a company CTO, and it sums up the program issue. The CTO was trying to drive a technical strategy for an entire company, and security was just one piece of that. A mandate or a tool would have made life so easy.
Brook takes us on a journey based on his experience building programs, with advice, stories, comments, and quotes. We talk about architecture, culture, mindset, tools, compilers and so much more.
Catch Brook’s next book, “Secrets of a Cyber Security Architect” which arrives in Fall 2019.
Liran Tal is a Developer Advocate @snyksec and is the author of Essential Node.js Security. He takes #opensource and protecting the #web very seriously.
Liran and I start by geeking out about BBS’s in the days of old. SYSOP page, anyone? Then we go into the state of open source security based on the report that Liran contributed heavily to and discuss many of the key takeaways from that report, including the developer response to open source security, security vulnerability rates in docker containers, and the length of time that vulnerabilities lie dormant in open source. We close out with the three things Liran would do to improve open source security if he could only do three things.