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Why Print Security Matters: What Is the HP Print Security Advisory Service?

In the first of a two-part conversation with IDG, Pam Dill, Senior Security Advisor at HP, discusses how HP Print Security Advisory Service can help you develop a cohesive printing security strategy to protect your business. HP engages stakeholders, assesses the current state of your printing security, and recommends solutions. Brought to you by HP Inc.

13 MIN2019 JUL 11
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Why Print Security Matters: What Is the HP Print Security Advisory Service?

Why Print Security Matters: After the Print Security Assessment, What’s Next?

In the second of a two-part conversation with IDG, Pam Dill, Senior Security Advisor at HP, discusses the options that organizations have to increase their security posture following an engagement with HP’s Print Security Advisory Service. Brought to you by HP Inc.

10 MIN2019 JUL 11
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Why Print Security Matters: After the Print Security Assessment, What’s Next?

Why Print Security Matters: What Is a “Self-Healing” Printer?

In this episode, Loren Roberts, Senior Security Advisor at HP, discusses how HP print devices are uniquely designed to protect themselves by detecting when something is amiss and recovering themselves to a state of integrity. Brought to you by HP Inc.

9 MIN2019 JUL 11
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Why Print Security Matters: What Is a “Self-Healing” Printer?

A Hard Look at Software Security: How Can A Security Champion Help Your Development Team?

A security champion serves as the voice of the developer while satisfying the needs of the business from a security perspective. In this episode we dig deeper into details on the role of the security champion and what effect having a champion can have on development and security. Listeners will learn about: • How to identify a security champion in your organization • What benefits can be expected from having a security champion • Suggestions for getting started with a security champion program

16 MIN2019 APR 5
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A Hard Look at Software Security: How Can A Security Champion Help Your Development Team?

A Hard Look at Software Security: Flaw Fix Rates Are Low - How Can They Be Improved?

In this episode we discuss the latest findings on flaw fix rates in enterprises. Chris Eng, Vice President of Research, Veracode, offers perspective on what figures in the State of Software Security report reveal about the troubling amount of time it takes to address the majority of vulnerabilities. Listeners will learn about: • Average enterprise fix rates at one week and one month • Why enterprises still struggle with vulnerable open source components in software • What business can can do to mitigate risks associated with open source flaws

15 MIN2019 MAR 13
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A Hard Look at Software Security: Flaw Fix Rates Are Low - How Can They Be Improved?

A Hard Look at Software Security: Open Source Components Continue to Thwart Enterprises

In this episode, we’ll discuss why enterprises still struggle with the occurrence of vulnerable open source components within their software - and what they can do to mitigate these risks. Listeners will learn more about: • The landscape of open source software today compared to internally developed code in enterprises • Why risk from open source components is an issue in most enterprises • The factors behind the friction between the process of DevOps and security

11 MIN2019 FEB 27
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A Hard Look at Software Security: Open Source Components Continue to Thwart Enterprises

A Hard Look at Software Security: Building a Security-first Culture Starts with Coding

In this episode, we learn about changes in application security and the partnership between development and security. Chris Wysopal, Chief Technology Officer and Co-Founder of Veracode, joins us to discuss the synergy between these teams – and what best practices help create a solid devsecops program. Listeners will learn more about: • The factors behind the evolving relationship between development and security • What this change means for secure coding in the future • Action items for creating a security-first culture in the enterprise

11 MIN2019 FEB 27
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A Hard Look at Software Security: Building a Security-first Culture Starts with Coding

A Hard Look at Software Security: Data Supports DevSecOps Practices

In this episode, we will look at the emergence of DevSecOps in the enterprise. Tim Jarrett, Senior Director of Product Marketing with Veracode, joins us to explain the goal of building security into the software development process at the outset. Listeners will learn more about: • What research says about the effectiveness of DevSecOps • The core principles of DevSecOps • What is holding DevSecOps back from going mainstream? • Predictions on where this practice is heading in the future

17 MIN2019 JAN 29
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A Hard Look at Software Security: Data Supports DevSecOps Practices

A Hard Look At Software Security: The State of Software Security is Still a Challenge

In the first episode of the series, we are joined by Chris Eng, Vice President of Research at Veracode. We’ll detail highlights of the Veracode State of Software Security Volume 9 report and discuss what the findings reveal in terms of the progress companies are making with fixing flaws. How are factors like flaw severity, business criticality of applications, and exploitability of the flaws impacting how companies view vulnerabilities? We’ll also examine information about industry performance, differences by region, third-party component risks, and vulnerability trends to give security and development teams a holistic view of the state of software security.

15 MIN2019 JAN 4
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A Hard Look At Software Security: The State of Software Security is Still a Challenge

The Tax Technologist, Ep. 3: Do You Need a Tax Technologist for Your Organization?

As technology continues to evolve and impact the way companies do business, one division that is feeling these changes is the tax function. Tax leaders now need a sophisticated understanding of how technology impacts tax transactions, and executive management is demanding this level of understanding from their tax professionals. This has given rise to two new kind of professional titles knowns as taxologists and tax technologists. But there is a distinct difference between the two roles. In this podcast, we will be joined by Jen Kurtz, chief technology officer, resident tax technologist, with Vertex for a discussion about how roles in the tax office are poised to change, and what companies need to know to bring their tax staff up to date. Sponsored by Vertex

9 MIN2019 JAN 2
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The Tax Technologist, Ep. 3: Do You Need a Tax Technologist for Your Organization?

Latest Episodes

Why Print Security Matters: What Is the HP Print Security Advisory Service?

In the first of a two-part conversation with IDG, Pam Dill, Senior Security Advisor at HP, discusses how HP Print Security Advisory Service can help you develop a cohesive printing security strategy to protect your business. HP engages stakeholders, assesses the current state of your printing security, and recommends solutions. Brought to you by HP Inc.

13 MIN2019 JUL 11
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Why Print Security Matters: What Is the HP Print Security Advisory Service?

Why Print Security Matters: After the Print Security Assessment, What’s Next?

In the second of a two-part conversation with IDG, Pam Dill, Senior Security Advisor at HP, discusses the options that organizations have to increase their security posture following an engagement with HP’s Print Security Advisory Service. Brought to you by HP Inc.

10 MIN2019 JUL 11
Comments
Why Print Security Matters: After the Print Security Assessment, What’s Next?

Why Print Security Matters: What Is a “Self-Healing” Printer?

In this episode, Loren Roberts, Senior Security Advisor at HP, discusses how HP print devices are uniquely designed to protect themselves by detecting when something is amiss and recovering themselves to a state of integrity. Brought to you by HP Inc.

9 MIN2019 JUL 11
Comments
Why Print Security Matters: What Is a “Self-Healing” Printer?

A Hard Look at Software Security: How Can A Security Champion Help Your Development Team?

A security champion serves as the voice of the developer while satisfying the needs of the business from a security perspective. In this episode we dig deeper into details on the role of the security champion and what effect having a champion can have on development and security. Listeners will learn about: • How to identify a security champion in your organization • What benefits can be expected from having a security champion • Suggestions for getting started with a security champion program

16 MIN2019 APR 5
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A Hard Look at Software Security: How Can A Security Champion Help Your Development Team?

A Hard Look at Software Security: Flaw Fix Rates Are Low - How Can They Be Improved?

In this episode we discuss the latest findings on flaw fix rates in enterprises. Chris Eng, Vice President of Research, Veracode, offers perspective on what figures in the State of Software Security report reveal about the troubling amount of time it takes to address the majority of vulnerabilities. Listeners will learn about: • Average enterprise fix rates at one week and one month • Why enterprises still struggle with vulnerable open source components in software • What business can can do to mitigate risks associated with open source flaws

15 MIN2019 MAR 13
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A Hard Look at Software Security: Flaw Fix Rates Are Low - How Can They Be Improved?

A Hard Look at Software Security: Open Source Components Continue to Thwart Enterprises

In this episode, we’ll discuss why enterprises still struggle with the occurrence of vulnerable open source components within their software - and what they can do to mitigate these risks. Listeners will learn more about: • The landscape of open source software today compared to internally developed code in enterprises • Why risk from open source components is an issue in most enterprises • The factors behind the friction between the process of DevOps and security

11 MIN2019 FEB 27
Comments
A Hard Look at Software Security: Open Source Components Continue to Thwart Enterprises

A Hard Look at Software Security: Building a Security-first Culture Starts with Coding

In this episode, we learn about changes in application security and the partnership between development and security. Chris Wysopal, Chief Technology Officer and Co-Founder of Veracode, joins us to discuss the synergy between these teams – and what best practices help create a solid devsecops program. Listeners will learn more about: • The factors behind the evolving relationship between development and security • What this change means for secure coding in the future • Action items for creating a security-first culture in the enterprise

11 MIN2019 FEB 27
Comments
A Hard Look at Software Security: Building a Security-first Culture Starts with Coding

A Hard Look at Software Security: Data Supports DevSecOps Practices

In this episode, we will look at the emergence of DevSecOps in the enterprise. Tim Jarrett, Senior Director of Product Marketing with Veracode, joins us to explain the goal of building security into the software development process at the outset. Listeners will learn more about: • What research says about the effectiveness of DevSecOps • The core principles of DevSecOps • What is holding DevSecOps back from going mainstream? • Predictions on where this practice is heading in the future

17 MIN2019 JAN 29
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A Hard Look at Software Security: Data Supports DevSecOps Practices

A Hard Look At Software Security: The State of Software Security is Still a Challenge

In the first episode of the series, we are joined by Chris Eng, Vice President of Research at Veracode. We’ll detail highlights of the Veracode State of Software Security Volume 9 report and discuss what the findings reveal in terms of the progress companies are making with fixing flaws. How are factors like flaw severity, business criticality of applications, and exploitability of the flaws impacting how companies view vulnerabilities? We’ll also examine information about industry performance, differences by region, third-party component risks, and vulnerability trends to give security and development teams a holistic view of the state of software security.

15 MIN2019 JAN 4
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A Hard Look At Software Security: The State of Software Security is Still a Challenge

The Tax Technologist, Ep. 3: Do You Need a Tax Technologist for Your Organization?

As technology continues to evolve and impact the way companies do business, one division that is feeling these changes is the tax function. Tax leaders now need a sophisticated understanding of how technology impacts tax transactions, and executive management is demanding this level of understanding from their tax professionals. This has given rise to two new kind of professional titles knowns as taxologists and tax technologists. But there is a distinct difference between the two roles. In this podcast, we will be joined by Jen Kurtz, chief technology officer, resident tax technologist, with Vertex for a discussion about how roles in the tax office are poised to change, and what companies need to know to bring their tax staff up to date. Sponsored by Vertex

9 MIN2019 JAN 2
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The Tax Technologist, Ep. 3: Do You Need a Tax Technologist for Your Organization?
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