Featuring the esteemed technology and risk thought leaders Donald Malloy and Nathaniel Engelsen — this episode covers threat modeling methodologies STRIDE, Attack Tree, VAST, and PASTA. Specifically, how to apply them with limited budgets. It also discusses the complex intersection of how to derive ROI on threat modeling with compliance and insurance considerations. We then cover IAM best practices including group and role level policy and control best practices. Lastly, we hear a few great examples of key CISO risk management must-dos at the big and small company levels.
Donald Malloy has more than 25 years of experience in the security and payment industry and is currently a security technology consultant advising many companies. Malloy was responsible for developing the online authentication product line while at NagraID Security (Oberthur) and prior to that he was Business Development and Marketing Manager for Secure Smart Card ICs for both Philips Semiconductors (NXP) and Infineon Technologies. Malloy originally comes from Boston where he was educated and has M.S. level degrees in Organic Chemistry and an M.B.A. in Marketing. Presently he is the Chairman of The Initiative for Open Authentication (OATH) and is a solution provider with DualAuth. OATH is an industry alliance that has changed the authentication market from proprietary systems to an open-source standard-based architecture promoting ubiquitous strong authentication used by most companies today. DualAuth is a global leader in trusted security with two-factor authentication include auto passwords. He resides in southern California and in his spare time he enjoys hiking, kayaking, and traveling around this beautiful world.
Nathaniel Engelsen is a technology executive, agilest, writer, and speaker on topics including DevOps, agile team transformation, and cloud infrastructure & security. Over the past 20 years he has worked for startups, small and mid-size organizations, and $1B+ enterprises in industries as varied as consulting, gaming, healthcare, retail, transportation logistics, and digital marketing. Nathaniel’s current security venture is Callback Security, providing dynamic access control mechanisms that allow companies to turn off well-known or static remote and database access routes. Nathaniel has a bachelor’s in Management Information Systems from Rowan University and an MBA from the University of Minnesota, where he was a Carlson Scholar. He also holds a CISSP.
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