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Every week on the pm73media, Matt Stephenson interviews leading authorities in the security industry to gain an expert perspective on topics including risk, control friction, compliance, and building a culture of security. Each episode provides relevant insights for security practitioners and business leaders working to improve their organization’s security posture and bottom line.

Dec 23, 2020


US China trade



I know not with what weapons World War III will be fought, but World War IV will be fought with sticks and stones

 -- Albert Einstein


If we wish to fight, the enemy can be forced to an engagement even though he be sheltered behind a high rampart and a deep ditch. All we need do is attack some other place that...

Dec 18, 2020


Ellie & Palmer: Contact


ELLIE: How do you know you’re not deluding yourself? As for me, I’d need proof.
PALMER: Proof. Did you love your father?
PALMER: Your Dad, did you love him?
ELLIE: Yes, very much.
PALMER: Prove it.



That is, of course, Jodie Foster as Ellie Arroway and Matthew McConaughey as Palmer Joss in Robert...

Dec 15, 2020

The Crowd


“Diversity and independence are important because the best collective decisions are the product of disagreement and contest, not consensus or compromise.” 

 -- The Wisdom of Crowds; James Surowiecki,



On this week’s InSecurity, Matt Stephenson has a chat with Pulsedive co-founders Grace Chi and Dan Sherry...

Dec 7, 2020


DevSecOps? SecDevOps? What?







Jeff… Kevin?


Wait… what?


On this episode of InSecurity, Matt Stephenson has a chat with Refactr co-founder & CEO Mike Fraser about the World of DevSecOps and the role it plays in contemporary Cybersecurity ecosphere. We dig into the relevance of low-code/no-code and FINALLY get...

Oct 14, 2020

Basketball shoes


Legendary UCLA mens’ basketball coach John Wooden famously  instructed his team, every year on the first day of practice, how to put on their socks and tie their shoes.

I think it's the little things that really count. The first thing I would show our players at our first meeting was how to take a little extra time...