Jun 6, 2022
Aaron is a DevOps engineer, solution architect, and all-around cybersecurity expert. He works for a global cybersecurity services company, is a member of the Cloud Security Alliance, and is a co-author of the up-and-coming Software Defined Perimeter Specification Version 2. Since last time (episode 18), Aaron was 1.5 years overseas supporting the Army and moved back to the U.S. last year to join Appgate as a Senior Solutions Architect.
Topics of Discussion:
[4:11] What types of things has Aaron observed that programmers don’t typically gravitate towards, but they need to give some attention to in just the overall IT and security space?
[9:42] Should developers be thinking about zero trust just for their production environments, or should they be thinking about it for their own working environments, as well?
[13:30] Is there a standard set of tags that someone could use from day one?
[15:15] A core tenet of Zero Trust is Enterprise Identity Governance.
[17:35] Do the cloud providers already have this mechanism of automatically discovering via tags and/or is there something that needs to be added to what they provide?
[22:36] What are the pros and cons of working with smaller vs. bigger companies?
[24:41] What does Aaron see for the future?
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