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In this episode Steve has a conversation with Jamil Farshchi and Timothy Held about top cyber risks, leadership, innovation in cybersecurity, standards, regulations, and thoughts on the threat landscape for 2023. Jamil joined Equifax in 2018 and led an unprecedented transformation of the company’s security and technology capabilities. Today, Equifa…
 
In this episode of the podcast, Steve has a conversation with Richard Clarke about how the threat of cyber war has evolved over the past decade, the politics of cybersecurity, and the need for accountable leaders in the face of evolving threats and emerging technology such as ransomware and artificial intelligence. Richard is one of the world's lea…
 
In this episode Steve has the good fortune and rare opportunity to sit down with Andre Durand for a conversation about his founder's journey, his early experiences as an entrepreneur, scrounging dumpsters for bike frames that he could improve, and resell. Andre talks about what motivated him to start a company, how his best ideas came about, his th…
 
In the first episode of Season 4, Steve has a conversation with Beena Ammanath about her new book Trustworthy AI, ways that AI can be exploited, and considerations for chief security officers, data protection officers, security professionals, and others. We will also spend time looking at implications for ethics, trust, and privacy when working wit…
 
On this bonus episode, I have the honor of having Manfred Kets de Vries as my guest, one of the most prolific and provocative management thinkers of our time. Over the next hour we discuss topics such as how ethics education begins in the home, leadership in politics, discovery and acceptance of the shadow self, Manfred's new book Leadership Unhing…
 
On this episode Steve has a conversation with Vaibhav Mehrotra (Founder and CEO of Secuvy) about his start-up experience, some of the trends he is seeing in privacy tech, the challenges of managing and scaling data security and privacy programs, and his company's approach using AI and robotic process automation to address this global problem. We al…
 
In this episode of the podcast Steve has a conversation with authors of the national bestseller Detonate, Geoff Tuff and Steven Goldbach, to discuss their new book Provoke, How Leaders Shape The Future by Overcoming Fatal Human Flaws. If there was ever a blueprint for Nonconformist Innovation, this would be it. It contains the principles, patterns,…
 
In this epic episode Steve reconnects with former VMware colleague, Paul Chapman, to discuss the role that innovation played during VMware's rapid growth years. We take a look at Paul's illustrious career in IT leadership positions including his current role as the CIO at Cisco. We also revisit Nicholas Carr's question: Does IT Matter? and explore …
 
On this episode of the podcast I have the honor to have a lengthy conversation with two respected heroes and leading thinkers in the privacy and identity space, Dr. Ann Cavoukian and Steve Wilson. During our conversation we explore the need for greater cooperation among businesses and governments to recognize and respect data minimization. We explo…
 
In this episode Steve talks to founder and CEO Balaji Parimi about the launch of his company Cloud Knox Security, about his experience defining an entirely new category, about being named a pioneer by the World Economic Forum, and about his recent exit to Microsoft in July of this year. We conclude the conversation with his thoughts and advice for …
 
On this episode Steve has a conversation with Sarah Spiekermann about the cultural implications for privacy and ethics by design, an IEEE project she is working on called the Draft Model Process for Addressing Ethical Concerns During System Design, as well as her monumental book Ethical IT Innovation, A Value-Based System Design Approach. Towards t…
 
On this episode of the podcast Steve chats with Rob Chesnut, the former Chief Ethics Officer and general counsel of Airbnb where he oversaw 125 legal professionals in over 20 offices around the world. During this conversation we take a look at intentional integrity and the mindset needed to put integrity into practice and transform workplace cultur…
 
On World Password Day I had a chance to sit down for a chat with co-founder and CEO of VeriClouds, Stan Bounev, and the Chief Information Security Officer of Malwarebytes, John Donovan, to talk about the state of password insecurity. On this episode Steve takes a look at innovation in breach detection and response -- in a post Solar Winds world. Cy…
 
We are living in times when cyber security is no longer just a looming threat; it is our daily reality. Shortly after the Solar Winds incident, Satya Nadella said that he sees the cyber attack as a "wake-up call for all companies to take security as a first-class priority" going forward. On this first episode I invited a former colleague Jerry Chap…
 
In a world that is dominated by shareholder capitalism, practicing authentic leadership is not only good for business, it is one of the most effective ways to distinguish yourself and your career. It might not always be the natural thing to do in the moment, but authenticity pays dividends in ways you might not think. On this episode Steve has a co…
 
What about Nonconformist Innovation, and how does it fit into business, leadership and technology today? That's where we pick up on Season 3. Ethics matter now more than ever in business. It is no longer acceptable to make a profit at any cost. Stakeholder capitalism and nonconformist innovation sets a business and its leaders up for long-term succ…
 
On this episode, Davi Ottenheimer delivers a clear and compelling argument that Ethics is security, that Facebook should not only broken up, but dissolved and that keeping markets free means removing things that harm the marketplace. And the most provocative question of all: is the US still in a civil war?…
 
On this episode of the podcast Steve talks with Mike Vesey, Founder and President of IdRamp about his entrepreneurial journey to launching a company focused on easing integration and management challenges of next-gen decentralized identity, how decentralized identity gives people power back over their own identities and enables organizations with c…
 
On this episode Steve explores what's broken with the Internet today, self-sovereign identity and how distributed governance will work in the future. Also in this episode, Drummond Reed demystifies verifiable credentials, zero knowledge proofs, the implications for Trust over IP and talks about how we can scale not only the technical aspects of SSI…
 
On this episode, Phil Windley discusses the compelling business case for distributed and self-soverign ID systems and the traction he is seeing through his work with the Sovrin Foundation. The Nonconformist Innovation Podcast is sponsored by our good friends at ForgeRock, a leading provider of digital identity solutions transforming how businesses …
 
Journaling can be cringey or mind blowing and soul shifting. Listen to find out how you can custom tailor your journal prompts to unveil your way to success! If you're not ready to receive, the how to succeed doesn't reveal itself. If you can't access answers cuz you're emotionally numb, regulate your nervous system and practice receiving thru kund…
 
In this episode, Dr. Steve Herrod talks about how nonconformist innovation was used during his time as CTO of VMware (taking VMware from obscurity to massive success during his 12 years with the company) how start-ups should be thinking about innovation and how they must think scale and growth to be successful, and his thoughts on modern applicatio…
 
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