Season 2 Guests

Dushka Zapata

Self Care with Dushka Zapata

On this episode Steve chats with Dushka Zapata, author of ten books including: “How to be Ferociously Happy”, “Amateur: an inexpert, inexperienced, unauthoritative, enamored view of life”, and most recently “How to Draw Your Boundaries and why no one else can save you.” Dushka was recently named one of the top 25 innovators in her industry by The Holmes Report and regularly contributes to Quora, the question and answer site, where she has over 169 million views.

Davi Ottenheimer

Data Ethics and Innovation with Davi Ottenheimer

On this episode Steve chats with Davi Ottenheimer, VP of Ethics and Trust at Inrupt, about the role that ethics plays in innovation, capitalism, cyber resilience and thoughts on the emerging CCPA 2.0 and CPRA. And the most provocative question of all: is the US still in a civil war?

Mike Vesey

Managing Decentralized Identity with Mike Vesey

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, and how decentralized identity gives people power back over their own identities and enables organizations with continuous business model innovation.

Danielle Funston

Nonconformist Careers for Women in Privacy & Security

Steve has a candid conversation with Dr. Ann Cavoukian (Global Privacy & Security by Design Centre), Danielle Funston (Sentinel) and Michelle Dennedy (DrumWave) on career challenges and opportunities for women in privacy and security.

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Drummond Reed

On this episode, Drummond Reed demystifies verifiable credentials, zero knowledge proofs, the implications of Trust over IP and talks about how we can scale not only the technical aspects of SSI, but the business models and alliances that will be needed for SSI to achieve major milestones and critical success.

Tom Kemp

Tom Kemp

Tom Kemp shares his thoughts on start-up lessons learned, entrepreneurship, innovation, and tips for leaders to be more impactful in this episode.

Kip Boyle

Kip Boyle

Kip Boyle discusses the role that innovation plays in cybersecurity and risk management strategy and talks about his new book, Fire Doesn’t Innovate, The Executive’s Practical Guide to Thriving in the Face of Evolving Cyber Risks.

Eve Maler

Eve Maler

On this episode Eve talks about her experience with disruptive innovation, strategic commoditization of standards, digital privacy and consumer consent.

Richard Bird

Richard Bird

On this episode, Richard talks about his journey to Chief Customer Information Officer at Ping Identity, identity-centric security, Zero Trust, frictionless authentication and identity intelligence.

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Dr. Steve Herrod

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 application security and Zero Trust security.

Dr. Ann Cavoukian

Dr. Ann Cavoukian

On this milestone episode, Steve talks with Dr. Ann Cavoukian about Privacy by Design, recent trends in data privacy, her work with the EU and its impact on the GDPR.

Dr. Phil Windley

Dr. Phil Windley

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.

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