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Check out The Secure Developer podcast for valuable cloud security insights

Snyk is part of the Atlassian Open DevOps initiative and integrates with Bitbucket Clout to enable developer teams to more rapidly and easily build and secure cloud native applications.

For Atlassian users and organizations re-thinking how they secure cloud applications, this Snyk podcast has become a valuable resource for all things related to application and cloud security, secure coding, DevSecOps, and more.

Snyk created the The Secure Developer Podcast in early 2016 to help developers and application security teams improve the security posture of their software. Guy Podjarny, Founder and President of Snyk, is the primary host of the podcast. He’s the former CTO of Akamai, where he worked on the company’s first web app firewall and security code analyzer. Along with speaking at many conferences, Guy Podjarny has written several books for O’Reilly, such as Securing Open Source Libraries and Cloud Native Application Security.

Here are two recent episodes of The Secure Developer Podcast you might be interested in listening to.

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Episode 110: Supply chain security

In episode 110, Guy Podjarny has a chat with Jonathan Meadows, Head of Cloud Cybersecurity at Citigroup. They discuss how supply chain security is a multifaceted, complex, and currently unsolved problem. Throughout the episode, Meadows describes the need for open collaboration throughout the entire software industry and supply chain to overcome the challenges of software supply chain security. 

More specifically, Meadows discusses:

  • The open source communities that he’s involved with
  • What the different elements of supply chain security are that need to be addressed
  • Where and how to start implementing better software supply chain security
  • How he feels about the future of this sector that he is so invested in

Episode 112: Diversifying security hiring

During episode 112, Guy Podjarny discusses ways to improve diversity in security with a variety of guest speakers. This episode includes a collection of insights, techniques, and approaches to help you understand why diversity matters and how it can be improved in the tech industry.

These insights include:

  • How Nitzan Blouin from Spotify built a team that is 75% female 
  • The way Tad Whitaker trains women for security jobs and hosts a “Shecurity” day
  • Why Vanda Verma from Snyk believes diversity of perspectives is so important
  • How mentorship enabled Tanya Janca from We Hack Purple to join security
  • Why Rinki Sethi from Twitter believes hiring directly from colleges can improve diversity

Tune in to future episodes of The Secure Developer podcast

The Secure Developer podcast is constantly bringing on new guest speakers to share their knowledge about application security. Tune in to future episodes to learn more about implementing secure development practices into your Atlassian projects.

Finally, if you're curious about the product integrations between Snyk and Atlassian tooling, this Bitbucket blog post explains how Snyk is deeply embedded into Bitbucket Cloud to eliminate vulnerabilities early in development before new applications are deployed.



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