Category Archives: Podcast

Source Code S1: Episode 6 – Matt Swann

In this episode, I’m joined by Matt Swann who is a principal engineering manager at Microsoft. We talked about growing up in rural California, the influence of his tinkerer grandfather, and his journey up the ranks at Microsoft. Matt describes creating a culture of learning and how traditional computer science principles and evidence-based engineering guide the work of his security team.

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Source Code S1: Episode 5 – Gerald Combs

Did you know that Wireshark was almost named Etherweasel? I brought in Gerald Combs to tell us about the history of Wireshark from a small tool for his own use to one of the world’s most popular open source projects in the world with over a million downloads a month. We also talk about growing up in Kansas City (with a good BBQ recommendation) and why open source is important to him.

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Source Code S1: Episode 4 – Mike Poor

This week, I’m joined by Mike Poor of InGuardians. We spoke about growing up in Brazil, how a few individuals in his early life led him towards an interest in computers, how he got involved teaching with SANS, the formation of InGuardians, fostering a family environment at work, and some stories from his long career teaching people about packets.

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Source Code S1: Episode 3 – Magen Wu

This week, I’m joined by Magen Wu (tottenkoph) of Rapid7 to talk about her career path. We talk about growing up in “God’s Waiting Room”, how we take our hash browns at Waffle House, speaking at security conferences, and our shared interest of psychology and how it applies to information security.

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Source Code S1: Episode 2 – Doug Burks

The response for the podcast has been tremendous. Thanks so much to everyone who listened and subscribed!

This week, my good friend Doug Burks joins us. Doug is most widely known for being the creator of the Security Onion Linux distribution that helps you peel back the layers of your network and make your adversaries cry. In this episode we talk about the origin of Security Onion, the reality check in college that helped turn Doug into one of the most disciplined and hard-working people I know, and his part in helping turn Augusta into the information security capital of the south.

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