Zero Trusts Given
APIs and Identity - Technology and People

APIs and Identity - Technology and People

March 22, 2021

Welcome back to Zero Trusts Given, where we unpack how Identity impacts us. This season we have a new host - Alex Weatherly, a Solutions Engineer at Okta. This month we chat to Ivan Niccolai from Google Apigee about API management and its contrasts and similarities to previous architectural themes within Enterprise Identity.

We'll be uploading new episodes monthly, so subscribe to make sure you don't miss out! 

Spinning Up Under Lockdown

Spinning Up Under Lockdown

October 6, 2020

We all have to onboard at some stage, but what does that look like during lockdown? On this month's episode, we chat to Alex Weatherley, about what his on-boarding process was like at Okta, and how it differs from some of his previous roles before Covid 19 and the hard lockdown in Melbourne. Additionally, we discuss the security implications of the on-boarding process, and how security can be compromised when companies don't get it right. 

TikTok  and privacy - what will a US ban solve?

TikTok and privacy - what will a US ban solve?

August 25, 2020

On this weeks episode, we look at TikTok, and what a US ban might solve. Will this make an impact or do we need to change our behaviour as consumers when looking at privacy? You can read Marc Roger's full article here: https://www.darkreading.com/application-security/banning-tiktok-wont-solve-our-privacy-problems-/a/d-id/1338436

Join our LinkedIn group: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/13874900/

Privacy - at what cost?

Privacy - at what cost?

August 11, 2020

In this week's episode we look at Okta's cost of privacy report, and what consumers know about data and their privacy. While consumers consider privacy to be paramount, we discover the extent that data is tracked is often underestimated, and what data privacy means for governments and democracy. 

You can read the full report here: https://www.okta.com/cost-of-privacy-report/2020/

Join our LinkedIn group for updates on episodes and topic discussions: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/13874900/

Elevate your cyber game

Elevate your cyber game

July 28, 2020

On this weeks episode, we talk to Ian Yip from Avertro - the Cyber-WHY company, who explain cyber to executives and board members in plain english. Ian talks to us about validating your cybersecurity strategy and understanding why Identity is a key contributor in organisations.  

Developer series: why identity sucks

Developer series: why identity sucks

July 14, 2020

Identity is what Okta does, so we know when it can suck. In this episode we speak to Randall Degges, Head of Evangelism at Okta, and talk about why identity management sucks for developers. Join us as we delve more deeply into this topic and the frustrations developers face building secure applications.

Check out Okta Developer here: https://developer.okta.com/

Join our LinkedIn group where we discuss topics from our episodes: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/13874900/

Businesses at work (from home)

Businesses at work (from home)

June 30, 2020

With a large majority of companies trying to facilitate the need for their employees to work from home, the way organisations work and consume apps has changed drastically. In this episode, we look at Okta's mid year 'Businesses at Work' report, which had a temporary name change to 'Businesses at Work (from home)' and highlights the apps that soared in popularity as a Covid world became the new norm. You can read the full report here: https://www.okta.com/businesses-at-work/2020/work-from-home/

Be sure to join our LinkedIn group where we’ll discuss topics from the podcast and provide updates on episodes: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/13874900/

 

The future of the digital network

The future of the digital network

June 15, 2020

Welcome to Zero Trusts Given - the podcast for issues impacting identity and cyber security, hosted by Okta's Zero Trust Advocate Leigh Doddy. In this episode, we talk to Jefferson Haw from Okta around what the future of work looks like, and how COVID 19 has impacted businesses who have rushed to support a WFH environment, and how organisations can move forward. We also discuss why a "network centric" approach to security is no longer best, and why an "identity centric" environment is the future of zero trust. 

Podbean App

Play this podcast on Podbean App