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ABOUT THIS PODCAST

Rapid7 podcast series discussing all things security. Join us as we discuss information security with thought leaders in the space.
English
United States
27 episodes
since Jun, 2016

LATEST EPISODE

Episode 27: Tas Giakouminakis, Founder of Rapid7

· transcript
When you founded a security company nearly 20 years ago and have been in the industry for even longer, you have a LOT of stories. On this episode of Security Nation Kyle sits down with Tas Giakouminakis, a founder of Rapid7, at the NASDAQ MarketSite studio in New York City to discuss some of those stories. The conversation ranges from starting a company focused on vulnerability assessment way back in 1998 to how we deal with things now, 20 years later. Throughout the conversation the two hit on: - What has changed in 20 years is easy ... what hasn't is alarming. - How research is the lifeblood of any security solution or platform. - The importance of community within security, especially with Metasploit. - What it is like to create a company that has grown and thrived through the growth of security. - How to use the research available to anyone to take actions and minimize risks. Security Nation is a podcast dedicated to covering all things infosec – from what’s making headlines to practical tips for organizations looking to improve their own security programs. Host Kyle Flaherty (@KyleFlaherty) has been knee-deep in the security sector for nearly two decades. At Rapid7 he leads a team of technical marketers with the mission of providing impactful content that helps security professionals do their jobs.
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