SBoM ("Software Bill of Materials") is the new rage. Everyone's talking about it. What it means is you're expecting a list of software components and includes, libraries, etc that make up the software you're buying or using.
The problem is, in real life, SBoM is exceptionally difficult and maybe even slightly impractical. Listen in as Rafal & James discuss SBoM in real-life scenarios with Paul Caiazzo -- a guy who's trying to make this idea work in his day-job.
Paul Caiazzo LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pcaiazzo/
Let's start with NDR - Network Detection and Response - because it's not new, but the discussions lately have been very interesting. Is it still relevant? Does it have a place in today's hybrid and cloud world? Well, in this conversation with Raja Mukerji, co-founder of ExtraHop, Rafal...
As some of you know, I've been either in the AppSec space, or adjacent, since the fairly early days. I built a program at GE a million years ago, and worked selling dynamic web app testing software for many years. If you've been in the space, you can feel a little bit hopeless with all...
RSA Conference 2022 has come and gone. Rafal was there for all the circus and madness, and sits down with James to discuss what was seen and heard.
Also, you'll get some clips in here from some of the interviews from the show as Rafal caught up with some interesting vendors, old...