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Portuguese interview with Rafael Koike of Telsinc Brazil; he talks about growing trends in application and database security in Brazil

Portuguese interview with Rafael Koike of Telsinc Brazil; he talks about growing trends in application and database security in Brazil


On this episode of the Imperva Security Podcast Rafael Koike of Telsinc is interviewed by Luiz Eduardo Dos Santos of Imperva.

Rafael and Luiz discuss the partnership between Telsinc and Imperva, as well as the evolution, current state, and futures of the security industry in the Brazil. Topics covered are the main drivers for application security, compliance, internal fraud, and, inevitably touch on the controversial subject of the power blackout that recently happened in Brazil.

Telsinc is an Imperva partner and has been active in the Brazilian IT market since 1994, offering advanced solutions and professional services. They are recognized as a company that is agile, experienced and innovative in the utilization and operation of information technology.

Rafael has been with Telsinc since 2006 and helps develop and grow the IT Security business within Telsinc which offers complete solutions from the perimeter to the end point. He has more than ten years of experience in networking and security field having previously worked at Siemens. Rafael holds CISSP and CISM certifications in governance and administration. In addition, he is technically certified CCSE Checkpoint and CCNP Cisco. Due to his contributions, Telsinc's IT Security division has grown an average of 33% annually with estimated revenue of over R$11m in 2010 in hardware sales alone.

To download a Portuguese version of the transcript, click here.

Tags: Partner, Telsinc, Rafael Koike, Portuguese, Brazil, Data Security

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Interview with Lars Ewe -- CTO of Cenzic -- WAF

Interview with Lars Ewe -- CTO of Cenzic -- WAF


On this episode of the Imperva Security Podcast Lars Ewe, CTO of Cenzic, is interviewed.

Lars discusses the Imperva Cenzic partnership, and why bringing together vulnerability scanning services with Web Application Firewalls (WAF) is critical for application security. He also shares his views on what the future holds for application security overall.

Lars Ewe, Chief Technology Officer and VP of Engineering with Cenzic, is a technology executive with broad background in (web) application development and security, middleware infrastructure, software development and application/system manageability technologies. Throughout his career Lars has held key positions in engineering, product management/marketing, and sales in a variety of different markets. Prior to Cenzic, Lars was software development director at Advanced Micro Devices, Inc., responsible for AMD's overall systems manageability and related security strategy and all related engineering efforts. Lars was also AMD's representative to the board of directors of the Distributed Management Task Force. Before AMD, Lars was senior director at Borland Software Corp., where he managed worldwide server software pre-sales, technical services, and key partner relationships. Prior to Borland he held key positions at Oracle Corporation's Server Technologies Division and Webgain. Lars has Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in Mechanical Engineering from the Technical University of Munich, Germany.

Tags: Lars Ewe, Cenzic, Partner, WAF and VA, Web Application Security

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Web Application Security within Cloud Computing, SaaS, and Virtualized Environments -- Chris Richter of Savvis, an Imperva Partner, shares his Wealth of Experience

Web Application Security within Cloud Computing, SaaS, and Virtualized Environments -- Chris Richter of Savvis, an Imperva Partner, shares his Wealth of Experience


On this episode of the Imperva Security Podcast Chris Richter from Savvis talks about cloud computing, SaaS, virtualization, and the need for Web Application Firewalls. He shares some stories from the trenches, and talks about the trend in modern business to become more focused on core capabilities and less on infrastructure, thus getting back to managing the top and bottom lines.

Chris is VP and general manager of security products and services at Savvis, a leading network, hosting and security services provider, where he is responsible for the managed-security line of business, strategy and product portfolio. Chris has assisted many enterprises in adapting their premise-based infrastructure risk management programs and security controls to Savvis' outsourced virtual-ized and shared-infrastructure services. He brings an IT service provider's view of control requirements for virtualized- and cloud-based infra-structures. Chris is a member of ISSA and ISACA, and for more than 20 years has held various security and IT services manage-ment and consulting positions at companies such as Digital Equipment Corporation, Compaq Global Services, 3Com, Cable & Wireless and Sterling Software. He is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and a Certified Information Security Manager (CISM), and has served as a technical advisor and board member of several Silicon Valley-based IT product and services companies.

Tags: Chris Richter, Partner, Savvis, WAF, Cloud Computing, SaaS, Virtualization

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Aviram Jenik of BeyondSecurity, an Imperva Partner, talks about WAF, VA, Black Box testing, and related solutions necessary for a strong application security posture

Aviram Jenik of BeyondSecurity, an Imperva Partner, talks about WAF, VA, Black Box testing, and related solutions necessary for a strong application security posture


On this episode of the Imperva Security Podcast Aviram Jenik of BeyondSecurity is interviewed. Aviram discusses why Imperva and BeyondSecurity have partnered to offer a combination of WAF, Black Box Testing, and Vulnerability Assessment services together. Aviram discusses several very interesting application security "stories from the trenches," and shares his perspectives on the evolution of application security.

Mr. Jenik has 17 years of experience in the Computer Security field. From the early days of computer viruses he was involved in the fields of encryption, security vulnerabilities detection and research. He worked in development, marketing and sales roles in several startups, and had 2 successful exits before co-founding Beyond Security in 1999.

Aviram has a Bsc. in Computer Science with a major in cryptography and an MBA from T.A. University with majors in strategy and entrepreneurship.

Tags: Aviram Jenik, Partner, BeyondSecurity, WAF, VA, Black Box Testing

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Jeremiah Grossman of Whitehat Security, an Imperva Partner, talks about bringing together to worlds of WAF and VA to improve overall application security and reduce business risk

Jeremiah Grossman of Whitehat Security, an Imperva Partner, talks about bringing together to worlds of WAF and VA to improve overall application security and reduce business risk


On this episode of the Imperva Security Podcast Jeremiah Grossman of Whitehat Security is interviewed. Jeremiah discusses why Imperva and Whitehat have partnered to offer a blended approach to Web application security through WAF plus VA. Jeremiah explains that the industry now requires these once diametrically opposed solutions to unite in order to address today's threats and reduce overall business risk.

Jeremiah Grossman is the founder and CTO of WhiteHat Security. He is considered a world-renowned expert in Web security, is a co-founder of the Web Application Security Consortium, and was named to InfoWorld's Top 25 CTOs for 2007. Grossman is a frequent speaker at industry events and universities around the globe. He has authored dozens of articles and white papers; is credited with the discovery of many cutting-edge attack and defensive techniques and is a co-author of XSS Attacks. Grossman is often quoted in the business and technical press. Prior to WhiteHat, Grossman was an information security officer at Yahoo!

Tags: Jeremiah Grossman, Partner, Whitehat Security, WAF, VA

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Interview with Branden Williams -- QSA with VeriSign

Interview with Branden Williams -- QSA with VeriSign


On this episode of the Imperva Security Podcast Branden Williams is interviewed. This is a follow-up to a joint partner Webcast conducted by Imperva and VeriSign titled: PCI Validated, But Not Secure: Real Life Stories of a PCI QSA.

Branden discuss several PCI experiences form companies that just don't get it and those that get it right. He discusses the strong need to address application and database security, issues to look out for when working with your QSA, and the future of PCI.

Branden has fourteen years of experience in the security and compliance space. He is an Adjunct Professor at the University of Dallas's Graduate School of Management where he teaches in their NSA Certified Information Assurance program. He is a PCI Practice Lead with over 80 certified QSAs globally, and has led and delivered security related assessments for clients in the financial, retail, healthcare, manufacturing, utilities, transportation, service provision, and industrial sectors. He is a Certified Information System Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Information Security Manager (CISM), Qualified Security Assessor (QSA), as well as a Certified Payment-card Industry Security Auditor (CPISA), and Manager (CPISM). He holds a Bachelors of Business Administration, Marketing from the University of Texas, Arlington and a Masters of Business Administration, Supply Chain Mgt & Market Logistics from the University of Dallas.

Tags: Branden Williams, VeriSign, PCI, QSA, Partner

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Interview with Gretchen Hellman, VP of Marketing & Product Management Vormetric

Interview with Gretchen Hellman, VP of Marketing & Product Management Vormetric


On this episode of the Imperva Security Podcast Gretchen Hellman is interviewed. Gretchen talks about the Heartland Data Breach, and shares her perspectives on compliance. She also discusses data security and explains how there is not technological panacea -- data security comes through defense in depth.

Gretchen Hellman brings over 10 years of enterprise security and enterprise software experience to her role as the VP of Marketing and Product Management for Vormetric. Most recently, Gretchen was Director of Product Marketing for Voltage Security, where she led product marketing, field marketing and corporate marketing initiatives. Prior to Voltage Security, she was responsible for compliance market strategy at ArcSight, where she drove initiative to apply ArcSight's award winning Security Information and Event Management solution to the regulatory compliance market. She has also held marketing leadership roles at Network Associates/McAfee. Gretchen began her career in information security as a consultant specializing in security policy and security program development. Gretchen is a frequent speaker in the areas of security standards and control frameworks, regulatory compliance strategies, security policy, and security technologies. She holds a B.S.E.E. from Santa Clara University.

Tags: Gretchen Hellman, Data Security, Compliance, Heartland, Partner

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