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Developing a hacker mindset and Security Chaos Engineering

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In this episode, we sit down with Kennedy Tokura, a pioneer in the field of Security Chaos Engineering, to explore the role of the Cloud in digital transformation. We discuss common Cloud security misconfigurations, how organizations can use Chaos Engineering to enhance their security posture, and the relevance of the MITRE ATT&CK Framework in this context.

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Kennedy Tokura

Kennedy Tokura

CTO and CO-Founder of Mitigant

Kennedy is the CTO/Co-Founder at Mitigant, an innovative Cloud security startup based in Germany. He has spent over 12 years in cyber security and is passionate about exploring the intersection of security chaos engineering, incident response, risk analysis, and threat detection for securing Cloud infrastructure. Kennedy has published over 20 academic papers about several Cloud security domains and contributed to the first O’Reilly book on Security Chaos Engineering. He is also a four-time member of the AWS Community Builder Program. He has spoken at various international conferences, including KubeCon (Cloud Native Security Day), NDC {Security}, ChaosCarnival, and BSides Berlin.

Dao Tran

Dao Tran

Global Alliances Director at SoSafe

Dao is the host of the CISO Help Hotline Web Series and the Global Alliances Director at SoSafe. He’s passionate about the human side of cybersecurity and breaking it down into easy to understand concepts. Currently he’s on a mission to bring people and technology together to help organizations secure their most important layer of defense, the human.

In this session, you will learn:

What James Bond has to do with cyber security

What Security Chaos Engineering is and how to apply it

The most common Cloud misconfigurations

The MITRE ATT&CK framework and some notable updates

Adopting AI while maintaining privacy concerns

Developing a hacker mindset

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