The Application Security Podcast — Security beyond vulnerabilities

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The Application Security Podcast — Security beyond vulnerabilities

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“Wolf joins us to talk about some security things that will stretch your mind, like security beyond vulnerabilities, how apps intended functionality can be misused, data privacy, and nudges and behavior science. Wolf challenged my thinking in this episode and pointed out a new area of threat modeling I had never considered. We hope you enjoy this conversation with… J. Wolfgang Goerlich.”

 

Have a listen here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oZe0Sp9JU3s


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Securing Sexuality Podcast Episode 15: Balls, Shaft, and Flippers

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From it’s origins as outlaw entertainment to its modern iteration as a somewhat old fashioned family-friendly activity, join Stef and Wolf at the Seattle Pinball Museum as they discuss what lessons we can learn about life, love, and lust from a decades old game.


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The Imposter Syndrome Network Podcast

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I’m on the Imposter Syndrome Network with Zoe Rose and Chris Grundemann this week. I’m emphasizing trust and relationships in the imposter syndrome conversation. “If they trust you, you can have a degree of freedom to interact, explore, to get it right. But if they don’t, it doesn’t matter how good you are. They are going to doubt you.”

I also cover my imposter syndrome coaching framework: good imposter syndrome, bad imposter syndrome, and systemic imposter syndrome. The good is where you’re feeling the pressure to up your game, where you’re in a room with many brilliant people. The bad is where you let imposter syndrome prevent you from taking opportunities and when it gets in the way of you going into that room. Finally, there is the systemic challenges where the reason you feel like an imposter is because the culture, the people in the room, are actively making you feel like you don’t belong.

“It’s intrinsic, as leaders, to help people move towards good imposter syndrome and recognize and address systemic. If everyone on your team is being a jerk to a few coworkers, doesn’t matter how much you can tell them ‘be confident, you’re okay, you belong here.’ They’re not going to feel it, and it’s really on you as the manager to address that.”

This is my advice to leaders helping people through imposter syndrome. Understand which of the three — good, bad, systemic — and act accordingly. There is always a reason someone is feeling the way they do, and if it’s systemic, it’s on us to address it.

Imposter Syndrome Network

Have a listen here: https://www.buzzsprout.com/2016832/11567691


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IDentity Now Podcast

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I was a guest recently on the IDentity Now podcast, channeling Burning Chrome: When tech hits the streets.

“J Wolfgang Goerlich, Advisory CISO for Cisco joins us to discuss real-world security and how it translates into the field. Wolf uncovers the challenges he’s faced throughout his career, implementing security by design, looking at both the usability and defensibility use cases and how the cyber-physical threat environment has evolved. Finally, his advice to CISOs’s to improve their overall security posture.”

“When technology hits the streets, it doesn’t always get used the way that security people predict it will be.”

Have a listen here: https://omny.fm/shows/identitytoday/when-tech-hits-the-streets


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Securing Bridges with Alyssa Miller

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Alyssa Miller invited me to join her on the Securing Bridges podcast. We talked about board conversations, building roadmaps, the power of storytelling, and the use of metrics. Somehow, security geese and free phish, wizards and alchemy, cottage core and goblin mode also came up. Somehow. But hey? What else would you expect when I’m on a coffee-fueled rant?

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In Scope podcast: The Department of No

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I was a guest recently on the In Scope podcast: Security doesn’t have to be the department of no.

“In this episode, Mike welcomes Wolfgang Goerlich aka “Wolf” Advisory CISO at Cisco. Join us they discuss the tendency within security to disregard the human element leading to a lack of adhering to security protocols and working around those protocols. When this happens, we see a correlation to a human need not being met. If that is understood and considered, the result is the development of much better security products all around.”

In Scope Podcast: J Wolfgang Goerlich

Have a listen here: https://scopesecurity.com/a-conversation-with-wolfgang-goerlich-security-doesnt-have-to-be-the-department-of-no/


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Always On Podcast: Secure and Trusted Access at Scale

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I was a guest recently on the Always On Podcast.

“The past year has brought about an enormous shift in how we work which has led to security issues on a much broader scale. On this episode of Always On, Wolfgang Goerlich from Duo joins me to discuss how organizations are handling secure access and deploying trusted access at scale. You won’t want to miss our review of a secure outcome study, so press play to listen.”

You will want to hear this episode if you are interested in…

  • Trusted access [1:22]
  • The challenges that customers are seeing with the remote workforce [4:18]
  • Learning what Duo can do for an organization [9:45]
  • Improving the user experience [18:50]
  • Intangibles that customers are getting from Duo [25:04]
  • The outcomes of a secure outcome study [30:18]

Have a listen here: https://nwncarousel.com/podcast/secure-and-trusted-access-at-scale/


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Detection at Scale podcast: Rebuilding Trust in Security Tools

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I was recently a guest on the Detection at Scale podcast: Rebuilding Trust in Security Tools.

“Why is SIEM an area of unease for so many security officers? To make detection and response successful, we need tools capable of upscaling the practitioners as well as equipping them to be successful. We need tools we can rely on.

In today‘s episode, we had an inspiring conversation with J Wolfgang Goerlich, Advisory CISO at Cisco Secure. We discussed how trust is a determinant factor in building the security tools of the future, why so many CISOs lost trust over SIEMs and what we can do to rebuild it.”

Have a listen here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/ep-11-cisco-secure-s-j-wolfgang-goerlich-rebuilding/id1582584270?i=1000545619648


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Backup Central’s Restore it All podcast: Information Security Expert Says it Must Evolve

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I was recently a guest on Backup Central’s Restore it All podcast: Information Security Expert Says it Must Evolve.

“Wolfgang Goerlich, Advisory CISO, explains the current state of information security, and why he thinks many environments are focusing on the wrong things. We speak about ransomware, extortionware, and phishing, even giving examples where we know we have personally been phished! He explains how this illustrates his point that we need more emphasis in different areas of information security.”

Have a listen here: https://castbox.fm/episode/Information-Security-Expert-Says-it-Must-Evolve-id4299067-id405986591

Backup Central's Restore it All


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Hacker History Podcast Guest

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I was a guest recently on the Hacker History podcast.

“Hacker History sits down with Wolfgang Goerlich. We learn about the importance of having root and admin when becoming a hacker and how truly important it is that we have patience and empathy for one another. We also learn that skateboarding in a datacenter doesn’t actually work.”

Have a listen here: https://hackerhistory.com/podcast/the-history-of-wolfgang-goerlich/


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