A podcast on the journey to discovery through data in information security by Jay Jacobs and Bob Rudis. Episode 4: Kymberlee Price
In this episode Bob & Jay talk with Kymberlee Price @kym_possible about her work with vulnerability data at BlackBerry and her real-life superheroic philanthropic work.
Resources / people featured in the episode:
- One Spark Foundation - https://www.facebook.com/onesparkcanstartafire [FB]
- Beading Divas (Greyhound and general animal welfare advocates)
- Help Aidan Love Fight Cancer
- Project Genesis (advocacy and support for victims of human trafficking, Seattle has the third highest rate of underage sex trafficking in the US)
- Homeless shelters - no specific link - I mentioned the Seattle Tent City, but there are countless organizations in local communities worldwide that can use your help to prevent homelessness, and help those who are homeless.
- Spots & Stripes Exotic Cat Sanctuary - https://www.facebook.com/spotsandstripesbengalcatrescue [FB]
- Hackers for Charity Johnny is such an amazing guy, I'm honored to call him my friend. He would tell you he isn't a superhero either. That is one of the things I love about all my inspirational friends. None of them do this for their ego or to promote their self image/social standing. They do it because they believe it is the right thing to do, and it makes them feel good to know they have made a difference for another person (or animal)
In This Episode
Welcome to Episode 4!
Inroducing Kymberlee Price
Kymberlee describes her talk from Metricon 9
Of "perfect data" and unicorns
Kymberlee's go-to "vunlerability" data sources
Third party library discovery
Making time for analysis
Kymberlee's go-to tools for analysis & communications
The importance of domain expertise
A real-life super-heroine!