The Silver Bullet Security Podcast
The Silver Bullet Security Podcast with Gary McGraw features in-depth conversations with security professionals, including technologists, academics, business people, authors, the press, and government officials.

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On the 29th episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary talks with Dennis Fisher, executive editor of The Security Media Group at TechTarget.
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Listen as Gary and Ron discuss government and commercial security solutions, the NIST framework, tech transfer, technical advisory boards, and more.
By Gary McGraw
Listen as Gary and Ron discuss government and commercial security solutions, the NIST framework, tech transfer, technical advisory boards, and more.
By Gary McGraw
Listen as Gary and Ron discuss government and commercial security solutions, the NIST framework, tech transfer, technical advisory boards, and more.
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Listen as Gary and Elena discuss security policy, security technology, the role of a CIO, holistic security tactics, the economics of a security breach, and more.
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Listen as Gary and Craig discuss the role of the CISO in the financial services ecosystem and the newly released 2018 CISO Report.
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Listen as Gary and Bruce discuss ShmooCon, the state of software security books, network security trends, hacking back, the relationship between preventative security engineering and operational security, DevOps, the CISO role, and more.
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Listen as Gary and Adrienne discuss usable security, web and mobile security indicators, browser warnings, permission models, and more.
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Listen as Gary and Matias talk about effective software security testing methods, security research, secure development training, and more.
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Listen as Gary and Nicole talk about life as a cyber security journalist, being a woman in the security industry, and playing up the sex appeal of cyber security.
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Listen as Gary and Wafaa cover cultural differences in technology management, CISO education, organizational hierarchy, and more.
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Listen as they discuss whether a background in development makes you a better software security resource, CI/CD, security testing, the role that office hours play in software security awareness, and more.
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Dmitrieva-Peguero and host Gary McGraw discuss software security awareness, AngularJS, security conferences, and more.
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Listen as Gary and Kelly discuss how to separate fact from fiction when it comes to news in security, changes in security-focused journalism in recent years, social media, security politics, and more.
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Listen as Gary and Cheryl discuss aligning security to work as a service for the business rather than an imposition for employees, trending cyber security political topics, work-life balance, and more.
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Listen as Gary and Chenxi discuss the life of Professor John C. Knight, the Jane Bond Project, the Grace Hopper Conference, the state of software security, DevOps, fixing the diversity in tech issue, and more.
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Listen as Gary and Kate discuss the state of the software security industry, gender perspectives in the security space, the relationship between biology and security, and more.
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Listen as Gary and Jessy discuss social engineering, security research, and security education and accessibility.
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Listen as Gary and Kelly discuss the differences between application security and software security, finding bugs versus fixing bugs, improving code review tools, and how mental illness affects her analytical security outlook.
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Lesley Carhart is the Security Incident Response Lead at a large corporation in the Chicagoland area where she and her team work with digital theft, misconfiguration, and hacking issues. She has 17 years of experience in the IT industry, eight of which focus on incident response and digital forensics. Lesley holds a BS in Network Technologies from DePaul University. She is an active writer, speaker, and works as a member of CircleCityCon staff.
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Listen as Gary and Marie discuss her research and the future of medical device security.
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Listen as Gary and Mike discuss open source security including OpenSSL, containerization, and progress being made in the industry.
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Listen as Gary and Jim discuss recent developments with static analysis, the relationship between open source and security, programming languages frameworks and how they impact tools, developer training, enterprises moving to the cloud, and island life.
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Listen as Gary and Lance discuss privacy, anonymity, Tor, attribution issues, browser security, geolocation, anonymity tools, and more.
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Listen as Gary and Yanek discuss outsourcing, people vs. automation, incident response, and what he has learned about building and maintaining a successful technical team.
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Listen as Gary and David discuss security considerations when designing and building SOCs, the emergence of DevOps, and the progress that’s been made between data and security in medical devices over the past decade.
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Listen as Gary interviews Martin about his cutting-edge career, involvement in the crypto wars, and his work with nuclear non-proliferation and risk management.
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To celebrate 10 straight years of the monthly Silver Bullet Security Podcast, we’re flipping the mic. During the past decade, Dr. Gary McGraw has interviewed some of the security industry’s most influential gurus.
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As the Chief Architect for Security Products at NetSuite, Jacob West leads research and development for technology to identify and mitigate security threats.
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Gary talks to Jack Daniel, a leading technology community activist, about the evolution of the community-driven BSides Con, changes in the security field over the last decade, and his thoughts on where good security people come from.
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Gary talks to Jamie Butler, a self-proclaimed "coder at heart," about the importance of an offensive security approach, attack patterns, and his specialization in rootkit development.
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Gary talks to Dr. Doug Maughan about scientific research in computer security and its relationship to wider government efforts in security.
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Gary talks to Peiter Zatko, better known as “mudge” in hacker and security circles, about the evolution of the L0pht hacker collective and how his work in security influenced key agencies within the U.S. government to ramp up their cybersecurity efforts.
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Gary talks to the Chief Information Security Officer of Qlik, Peter “Pete” Clay, who holds 20+ years of experience in technology growth and its relationship to security from a risk management perspective.
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Gary talks to Synopsys’ Chandu Ketkar. With 20+ years of experience as a developer prior to getting into security, Chandu brings a unique and enlightened view to software security.
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We thought the “crypto wars” were resolved in the late 1990s. But the introduction of encrypted devices­—specifically the release of iOS 8 and the growing number of available encrypted communication channels through public services such as Facebook and Snapchat—has resurfaced the debate.
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Has software security actually gotten worse? On the 111th episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary talks with Marcus Ranum, Chief Security Officer of Tenable Network Security.
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Gary and Paul discuss the modern role of the CSO and the ideal background for a CSO, Paul’s biggest win and biggest mistake as a CSO, and the role of building security in as part of a CSO’s strategy.
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Gary and Bart discuss the differences in approaches to security between the EU and the US, what the picture of building security in looks like around the world, quantum cryptography, and the implications of the Snowden revelations on cryptography.
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In the 108th episode of the Silver Bullet Security podcast, Gary talks with Katie Moussouris, Chief Policy Officer of HackerOne.
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Gary and Jean discuss usability and security, whether users’ implicit expectations of security and privacy are enough to move the mobile market, and “old people” and security.
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Steve Katz is owner and founder of Security Risk Solutions and the “world’s first CISO.”
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On the 105th episode of the Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary talks with the legendary Whitfield Diffie, a pioneer of public-key cryptography.
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On the 104th episode of the Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary chats with Rick Gordon, Managing Partner at MACH37.
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On the 103rd episode of the Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary talks with Brian Krebs, reporter and blogger at Krebs on Security.
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On the 102nd episode of the Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary chats with Richard Danzig, one time Secretary of the Navy and Board member of the Center for New American Security (among several other things).
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On the 101st episode of the Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary talks with Jim Del Grosso (Synopsys), Yoshi Kohno (University of Washington), and Christoph Kern (Google) in a roundtable devoted to the new IEEE Center for Secure Design.
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In this episode Gary talks live on video with John Steven, Scott Matsumoto, Paco Hope, Jim DelGrosso and Sammy Migues. The group discusses the state of software security and how its evolved (or has it?) over the last decade.
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On the 99th episode of the Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary talks with Michael Hicks, professor Computer Science at the University of Maryland. In this episode, they discuss the Programming Language Design and Implementation (PLDI) conference, type safety, closure, dynamic languages, why C is problematic, and how Javascript is dangerous.
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Gary and Bart discuss Heartbleed, fuzz testing, his work with Jeff Hollingsworth on dynamic instrumentation of binaries, and the SWAMP project.
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Gary and Aaron discuss how security is viewed by development teams that Aaron has worked with, how a security person could transition into software security, the importance of developing a security culture, type safety and closure in programming, and the most recent non-fiction book that Aaron’s read.
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Gary and Nate discuss the use of the term "cyber war" from the perspective of an ex-Marine, Nate's time at the Center for a New American Security, the Estonia DDOS attack, and how Nate has turned around the perception of End Game.
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On the 95th episode of the Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary talks with Charlie Miller, a computer security researcher with Twitter.
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Gary and Ming discuss whether it’s better to start with security people or people that know how to code already when building new software security professionals.
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Gary and Yoshi discuss how much impact academic security impacts commercial security, car hacking, whether it’s possible to get the media to cover good software security, and helping consumers understand privacy implications of popular products’ security designs.
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Gary and Jon talk about the early days of computing, insanely early computer security, nascent crypto, PGP, Lavabit, Snowden, and what Silent Circle is doing to make secure comms actually work (rock on).
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Gary and Caroline discuss the newly-released BSIMM-V, the concept of “SSI (Software Security Initative) in a box,” the most successful metrics that Caroline has used throughout her career at eBay and other high-profile firms, and how to increase the number of women in computer science.
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Gary and Matt discuss the difference between theoretical cryptography and applied cryptography, the “On the NSA” blog post takedown scare, and the allegedly ‘backdoored’ Dual_EC_DRBG RSA/EMC random number generator.
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On the 89th episode of the Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary chats with Mike Reiter, Lawrence M. Slifkin Distinguished Professor in the Department of Computer Science at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Gary and Mike discuss the differences and similarities between academic research and corporate research, the challenges of teaching computer security, and how to attract more women to the field of software security.
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Gary and Christian discuss what drew Christian to teaching Computer Security in the United States after living in several other countries, Christian’s book Surreptitious Software, Christian’s opinions on products that purport to offer software protection on mobile devices, and whether software security students should be taught to think like an attacker.
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Gary and James discuss the progress being made in the field of software security, why there are plenty of top N lists for bugs but none for flaws, the difficulties of teaching how to fix code, the current generation’s outlook on privacy, and security metrics and measurement.
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Gary and Wenyuan discuss the differences between American and Chinese technical culture, Wenyuan’s work on automatic meter reading systems, whether electrical engineering is more advanced in terms of design than computer science, and why there are so few women in engineering and computer science.
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On this episode, Gary and guests discuss the challenges of mobile security and how these challenges are exactly the same as and utterly different than software security concerns from across the years.
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Gary and Hord discuss how one gets into science and engineering when growing up in rural Tennessee, what insight being nuclear and chemical engineer gives Hord about modern control systems, whether or not certification can help advance software security, and the benefits of teaching software security to kids.
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Gary and Mark discuss what exactly a CISO does all day, how corporate security posture at NASDAQ compares to the security posture at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Enrico Fermi and the piano tuners (the “Fermi problem”) and how it relates to estimation, and the most surprising cultural difference between the left and right coasts.
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Gary and Kevin discuss finding advisors and picking a grad school, the security implications of embedded medical devices, malware in hospital systems, the consumer trend toward analyzing one’s own health data, and the difficulty of teaching design analysis to other humans.
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Gary and Steve discuss how often academic research finds its way into the real world versus research that’s done in a commercial lab, how code has gotten better overall but how the threat model has changed, whether mobile security is just a repackaging of the same security problem we’ve been dealing with for years, the state of computer security in the government, the very first days of Usenet and the famed Evil Bit.
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On the 80th episode of the Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary talks with Thomas Rid, Reader in War Studies at King’s College London and a non-resident fellow at the Center for Transatlantic Relations in the School for Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University, in Washington, DC.
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On the 79th episode of the Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary talks with Per-Olof Persson (a.k.a. Peo), head of Global Software Security Operations at Sony Mobile and Board member of Sony Corporation.
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On the 78th episode of the Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary talks with Jacob West, Director, Software Security Research for the Enterprise Security Products division of Hewlett-Packard and newly minted CTO.
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On the 77th episode of the Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary talks with Gary Warzala, CISO of Visa International.
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Gary and Dave discuss the founding of the Interdisciplinary Major in Computer Science (BA) at UVa and why a broad approach to Computer Science and Computer Security is a good idea, why data privacy gets short shrift in the United States, why people think (for no apparent reason) that their mobile devices are secure, groceries, David’s research on Secure Computation, and the Udacity project.
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In this episode, Gary and Howard discuss the differences between doing security work in the public and private sectors, the difficulties of establishing cybersecurity in the government (especially when it comes to software security), the government’s involvement in cyberespionage, and how the actions of Anonymous and Wikileaks square with the notion of free speech.
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They revisit Bruce’s prediction in episode 9 that insight into economics and security would help vendors sell their products more efficiently.
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Gary and Robert discuss whether we’re doomed to idiocy as a species thanks to gadget dependency, why designers ignore security and privacy issues in gadget design.
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Gary and Randy discuss Microsoft’s Zeus Botnet raid, alleged AT&T/NSA wiretapping, whether cyberlaw is full of loopholes, and if security always trades off against privacy and anonymity.
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Gary and Bill discuss how malware has evolved and changed over the last decade and how it’s affected software security practices, BIOS-based attacks, academia vs. startup, and why the NSA doesn’t play defense when it comes to cybersecurity.
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Gary chats a second time with Ross Anderson, Professor of Security Engineering at the Computer Laboratory at Cambridge University and author of the book Security Engineering.
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On the 69th episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary talks with Steve Myers, Assistant Professor of Informatics and Computing in the School of Informatics at Indiana University and a member of the Center for Applied Cybersecurity.
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Gary and John discuss how software architecture is being pulled by financial services instead of being pushed by technology firms, why architecture risk analysis is so important (and so hard to automate), the bias that developers and security practitioners show towards security features rather than software security Touchpoints, and enterprise use of static analysis tools.
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On the 67th episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary talks with Bill Pugh, professor at the University of Maryland College Park.
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On the 66th episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary chats with Shari Lawrence Pfleeger, Director of Research for the Institute for Information Infrastructure Protection at Dartmouth College.
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On the 65th episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary is joined by Giovanni Vigna, professor of Computer Science at UC Santa Barbara.
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On the 64th episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary chats with Markus Schumacher, co-founder and CEO of Virtual Forge.
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On the 63rd episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary talks with Craig Miller, principal at the MAPA Group. Gary and Craig discuss entrepreneurship, the pluses and minuses of working for start-ups and very large corporations, smart grid security, and working with NRECA.
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On the 62nd episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary chats with Halvar Flake (a.k.a. Thomas Dullien), founder of reverse engineering consultancy, Zynamics, which was recently purchased by Google. Gary and Halvar discuss the acquisition, Zynamics’ product BinDiff, whether the “bad guys” are using code understanding tools (including decompilers) better than developers, static versus dynamic analysis, international politics meets computer security, and the growing complexity of malware.
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On the 61st episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary talks with Carl Landwehr, Director of Trustworthy Computing at the National Science Foundation and a Senior Research Scientist at the Institute for Systems Research within the University of Maryland.
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On the 5th anniversary, 60th episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary talks with Neil Daswani, CTO and co-founder of Dasient.
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On the bonus-length 59th episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary chats with Ralph Langner, Founder and CEO of Langner Communications.
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On the 58th episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary talks with John Savage, professor of Computer Science at Brown University and Jefferson Science Fellow for the State Department.
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On the 57th Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary talks with Elinor Mills, senior writer at CNET’s news.com.
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Gary and Sammy discuss how Sammy’s southern upbringing affects his approach to security, his experience speaking to the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association, the advantages of defensive programming versus “the bug parade” and the BSIMM.
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On the 55th Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary chats with Deborah Frincke, Chief Scientist, Cybersecurity at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.
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On the 54th Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary talks with Dr. Marc Donner, engineering director for Google Health and Google Finance.
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On the 53rd episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary interviews Richard Bejtlich, Director of Incident Response for General Electric and Principal Technologist for GE’s Global Infrastructure Services division.
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On the 52nd episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary chats with Paul Kocher, President and Chief Scientist of Cryptography Research.
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On the 51st episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary talks with former co-worker Dr. Anup Ghosh.
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On the landmark 50th episode of Silver Bullet, Gary talks with Richard A. Clarke. Richard Clarke is an internationally-recognized expert on security, including homeland security, national security, cyber security, and counterterrorism.
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On the 49th episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary talks with Ivan Arce, co-founder and CTO of Core Security Technologies.
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On the 47th episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary calls in from Leuven, Belgium to chat with childhood friend and security expert Greg Morrisett.
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On the 47th episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary calls in from Leuven, Belgium to chat with childhood friend and security expert Greg Morrisett.
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Gary and David discuss David’s involvement with Infowar at the Naval Postgraduate School and how it impacted his thinking about software, the recent Chinese cyberattack on Google, what incentives exist to create and apply software security best practices, how users may be mistaking marketing for security, and the SANS WhatWorks in Application Security Summit.
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On the 45th episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary chats with Lorrie Cranor, Associate Professor of Computer Science and Engineering and Public Policy at Carnegie Melon University.
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On the 44th episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary talks with Steve Kent, Chief Scientist – Information Security, for BBN Technologies, a division of Raytheon.
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On the 43rd episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary chats with Christofer Hoff, Director of Cloud and Virtualization Solutions at Cisco.
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On the 42nd episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary chats with Gillian Hayes, Assistant Professor in Informatics at the Bren School of Information and Computer Sciences at UC Irvine.
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On the 41st episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary talks with Fred Schneider, Samuel B. Eckert Professor of Computer Science at Cornell University and author of Trust in Cyberspace.
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For the 40th episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary interviews Bob Blakley, VP and research director of The Burton Group’s Identity and Privacy Strategies.
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For the 39th episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary chats with Matt Blaze, Associate Professor of Computer and Information Science at the University of Pennsylvania.
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For the 38th episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary talks privacy with Kay Connelly, Associate Professor of Computer Science at Indiana University and Senior Associate Director of IU's Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research.
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For the 38th episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary talks privacy with Kay Connelly, Associate Professor of Computer Science at Indiana University and Senior Associate Director of IU's Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research.
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Gary and James discuss the recently released Building Security In Maturity Model, how companies with Software Security Groups retain their best and brightest, Microsoft’s trustworthy computing initiative/SDL program, and what less expensive tools small organizations with only a few developers can use.
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On the 35th episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary talks with Daniel Suarez, independent consultant and author of Daemon, a new techno-thriller about a gamer that reaches from beyond the grave to declare a war on all of humanity.
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On the 34th episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary interviews Bill Brenner, senior editor at CSO Online and CSO Magazine.
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On the 33rd episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary talks with Laurie Williams, Associate Professor of Computer Science at North Carolina State University.
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The 32nd episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast features founder and Chief Technology Officer of WhiteHat Security, Jeremiah Grossman.
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The 32nd episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast features founder and Chief Technology Officer of WhiteHat Security, Jeremiah Grossman.
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On the 31st episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary talks with Matt Bishop, professor of Computer Science at UC Davis and author of the book Computer Security: Art and Science as well as many peer-reviewed papers.
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On the 30th episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary talks with Ken van Wyk, principal and founder of KRvW Associates.
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On the 29th episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary talks with Dennis Fisher, executive editor of The Security Media Group at TechTarget.
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On the 27th episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary interviews software security expert Gunnar Peterson, a Managing Principal at Arctec Group.
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The 26th episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast features Adam Shostack, a security expert on Microsoft’s Secure Development Lifecycle team who has also worked for Zero Knowledge and Reflective.
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On the 37th episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary interviews Virgil Gligor, Professor at Carnegie Mellon University in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and co-director of CyLab.
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Jon Swartz, USA Today‘s award-winning technology reporter and Pulitzer Prize nominee, is Gary’s guest on the 25th episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast.
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Oracle Chief Security Officer Mary Ann Davidson is the guest on the 24th episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast.
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On the 23rd episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary talks with Chris Wysopal, founder and CTO of Veracode and author of The Art of Software Security Testing.
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On the 22nd episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary interviews Ed Amoroso, Chief Information Security Officer of AT&T.
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For the 21st episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary hosts a panel discussion with Synopsys (formerly Cigital) principals.
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For the landmark 20th episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary interviews Markus Jakobsson, soon to be a reseacher at PARC after a stint as an Associate Professor of Informatics and associate director of the Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research at Indiana University.
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For the 19th episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary interviews Mikko Hyppönen, Chief Research Officer at F-Secure.
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On the 18th episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary talks with Eugene Spafford, Professor of Computer Science and ECE at Perdue.
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On the 17th episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary talks with Eric Cole, CEO of Secure Anchor. Eric has written seven books on computer security, including books on steganography and network security.
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On the 16th episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary talks with Greg Hoglund, who runs the popular rootkit.com, CEO of HB Gary, and co-author of Rootkits: Subverting the Windows Kernel and Exploiting Software.
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On the 15th episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary interviews Annie Antón, Associate Professor of Software Engineering at North Carolina State University and director of theprivacyplace.org.
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The 14th episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast features Peter Neumann, designer of the Multics OS file system, moderator of comp.RISKS, and Principal Scientist at the SRI Computer Science Laboratory.
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On the 13th episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary chats with Ross Anderson, Professor of Security Engineering at the Computer Laboratory at Cambridge University and author of the book Security Engineering.
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On the 11th episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary talks with Dorothy Denning, a professor in the Department of Defense Analysis at the Naval Postgraduate School. Previously, Dorothy was a distinguished professor at Georgetown University and a professor at Purdue University.
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On the 11th episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary talks with Dorothy Denning, a professor in the Department of Defense Analysis at the Naval Postgraduate School. Previously, Dorothy was a distinguished professor at Georgetown University and a professor at Purdue University.
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The tenth episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast features a panel discussion with the Fortify Software Technical Advisory Board, several of whom have been featured on previous episodes.
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In the ninth episode of The Silver Bullet Podcast, Gary interviews Bruce Schneier. Bruce is the founder and CTO of Counterpane and is regarded as the “uber-guru” of computer security.
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In the eighth episode of The Silver Bullet Podcast, Gary talks with Brian Chess, co-founder and chief scientist of Fortify Software.
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In the seventh episode of The Silver Bullet Podcast, Gary interviews Cisco Chief Security Officer John Stewart.
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The sixth episode of the show features an interview with Michael Howard, the Senior Security Program Manager of Microsoft’s Security Technology Unit.
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The fifth edition of the Silver Bullet Security Podcast features Ed Felten, Professor of Computer Science and Public Affairs at Princeton University and the Director of the Center for Information Technology Policy.
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In the fourth episode of the Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary’s guest is Dana Epp, CEO and founder of Scorpion Software.
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In the third episode of the Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary talks with Marcus Ranum, who is an acclaimed security guru widely credited with inventing the proxy firewall.
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In this episode of the Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary chats with Dan Geer, Chief Scientist at Verdasys.
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In the debut episode of the Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary talks with Avi Rubin, professor of computer science and technical director of the information security institute at Johns Hopkins University.
   About the Author
Gary McGraw is vice president of security technology at Synopsys. He’s the author of Software Security: Building Security In (Addison-Wesley 2006) and eight other books. McGraw received a BA in philosophy from the University of Virginia and a dual PhD in computer science and cognitive science from Indiana University.