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Introduction

Our new show is dedicated to empowering SecOps leaders and professionals to reimagine how their teams work so they can scale their security efforts and build a team that achieves more with less.

In each episode, we’ll learn from a security leader who has found a way to free their team from tedious manual tasks and remove the barriers that are preventing them from doing high-value strategic work that truly matters.

We’ll learn from their mistakes, distill their best practices, and leave you with actionable insights that you can immediately put to work with your team.


Recent episodes

MongoDB’s Lena Smart: How to address burnout in SOC teams

Episode 1March 2838 min

MongoDB’s Lena Smart: How to address burnout in SOC teams

In our first episode, we are joined by Lena Smart, CISO of MongoDB, an inspiring leader who enjoys building teams and models from scratch, not losing sight of one of the most pressing topics of our time: burnout.


Elastic’s James Spiteri: Why SecOps Teams Need to Focus on Small Incremental Wins and Not Try to Boil the Ocean

Episode 2April 1139 min

Elastic’s James Spiteri: Why SecOps Teams Need to Focus on Small Incremental Wins and Not Try to Boil the Ocean

In our second episode, we speak with Elastic’s Product Marketing Director James Spiteri, an experienced security practitioner turned product marketer with a passion for making security accessible and easy for anyone and everyone.


LimaCharlie’s Maxime Lamothe-Brassard: Rethinking How Cybersecurity Tools Are Sold — Less Snakeoil, More Focus on Capabilities

Episode 3April 2530 min

LimaCharlie’s Maxime Lamothe-Brassard: Rethinking How Cybersecurity Tools Are Sold — Less Snakeoil, More Focus on Capabilities

In our third episode, we speak with Maxime Lamothe-Brassard — CEO and founder of LimaCharlie, a security infrastructure as a service tool that gives security teams full control over how they manage their security infrastructure. Maxime’s unique perspectives come from a career in security, including Canada’s NSA, Google, Arc4dia, and the early days of Crowdstrike.


urlscan’s Johannes Gilger: How Automation Can Free Up Resources and Streamline Security Investigations

Episode 4May 1037 min

urlscan’s Johannes Gilger: How Automation Can Free Up Resources and Streamline Security Investigations

In our fourth episode of the Future of Security Operations Podcast,  Thomas speaks with Johannes Gilger — CEO and founder of urlscan, a URL and website scanner that enables users to take a look at the individual resources that are requested when a site is loaded. Prior to founding urlscan, Johannes was the managed the Threat Intelligence Automation team at CrowdStrike


KnowBe4’s Dylan White: How to Use Automation to Remove Mundane Manual Security Tasks and Make Your Team 5x More Effective

Episode 5May 2233 min

KnowBe4’s Dylan White: How to Use Automation to Remove Mundane Manual Security Tasks and Make Your Team 5x More Effective

In our fifth episode of the Future of Security Operations Podcast, Thomas speaks with Dylan White, an Information Security Engineer at KnowBe4 — a leading security awareness training platform.


Niall Heffernan: How to Empower Your Security Operations Team to Focus on Higher Value Strategic Work

Episode 6June 635 min

Niall Heffernan: How to Empower Your Security Operations Team to Focus on Higher Value Strategic Work

In our sixth episode of the Future of Security Operations Podcast, Thomas speaks with Niall Heffernan, Head of Security at Cygnvs, a former Senior Manager of Information Security at Informatica, and a Lecturer for BSc, HDIP, PGDip and MSc students studying in the Cyber Security streams at the National College of Ireland.


Panther Labs Jack Naglieri: How to Make Security Operations Painless

Episode 7June 2138 min

Panther Labs Jack Naglieri: How to Make Security Operations Painless

Today on the Future of Security Operations Podcast, Thomas is joined byJack Naglieri, CEO of Panther Labs, a cloud-native SIEM platform that alleviates the pain of traditional SIEM with detection-as-code, a robust security data lake, and huge scalability with zero-ops.


Jason Barnes: How to Use Automation to Remove Tedious Tasks, Mitigate Risk, and Prioritize the Adoption of New Capabilities

Episode 8July 427 min

Jason Barnes: How to Use Automation to Remove Tedious Tasks, Mitigate Risk, and Prioritize the Adoption of New Capabilities

On Today’s episode of the Future of Security Operations Podcast, Thomas speaks with Jason Barnes — the former Head of Global Security Operations at Netskope and current Senior Director at Charter Communications.


Toast’s Rebecca Blair: Lessons From Building a Security Operations Team From Scratch

Episode 9July 1832 min

Toast’s Rebecca Blair: Lessons From Building a Security Operations Team From Scratch

Today on the Future of Security Operations Podcast, Thomas speaks with Rebecca Blair, Manager of the Security Operations Center at Toast, an all-in-one point-of-sale and restaurant management platform for businesses in the food service and hospitality space. After working in a variety of different cybersecurity roles over the past decade, Rebecca joined Toast in 2021 as the first employee of their security operations center. On this episode, she shares lessons learned as she scaled the team along with her insights on what’s in store for the future of security operations.


Jay Thoden Van Velzen: How to Prepare Your Security Operations For a Multi-Cloud Future

Episode 10August 137 min

Jay Thoden Van Velzen: How to Prepare Your Security Operations For a Multi-Cloud Future

In our 10th episode of the Future of Security Operations, Thomas speaks to Jay Thoden Van Velzen, Multicloud Security Operations Advisor at SAP. Prior to Jay’s current role, Jay scaled the SecDevOps team from 5 to 25 team members across three continents and five countries and was the Initiative Lead for multiple security improvement programs for Multicloud across SAP.


TripAction’s Aaron Cooper: Why Understanding Broader Company Culture Is Critical to a Security Operation Team’s Success

Episode 11October 433 min

TripAction’s Aaron Cooper: Why Understanding Broader Company Culture Is Critical to a Security Operation Team’s Success

Aaron Cooper is the Security Operations Manager at TripActions with 20+ years of experience working in a variety of enterprise infrastructures. He specializes in managing and designing secure network environments to meet the needs of financial and corporate customers, managing security operations centers, designing and implementing highly secure and available data networks while maintaining HIPAA, SOX, and PCI compliance.


Citrix’s Corey Hill: How to Make Mental Health a Priority For Your Security Operations Team

Episode 12October 1431 min

Citrix’s Corey Hill: How to Make Mental Health a Priority For Your Security Operations Team

In our latest episode of the Future of Security Operations, Thomas speaks to Corey Hill, Director of Security Operations and Incident Response at Citrix. After working at organizations such as Mandiant and Cisco, in 2020 Corey joined the Citrix team when there were just a small handful of people on the SOC team. Today, the teams Corey leads spread across four countries and are responsible for Detection Engineering, Threat Intelligence, Threat Monitoring, SOAR Automation, and Incident Response (both CSIRT) services at Citrix.


Redis’ Andrew DiMichele: How to Build Engaged SecOps Teams That Stay Ahead of Attackers

Episode 13November 123 min

Redis’ Andrew DiMichele: How to Build Engaged SecOps Teams That Stay Ahead of Attackers

In this episode of the Future of Security Operations, Thomas speaks with Andrew DiMichele, Director of Security Operations at Redis, whose background is in building security operations programs. DiMichele's security journey began in the US Air Force Reserves, and brought him to CISCO, banking, IBM, and Citrix.


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