We are Ron Eddings and Chris Cochran from the Hacker Valley Studio podcast. We explore the human element of cybersecurity programs and technology. Join us on our quest to find inspirational stories and knowledge to elevate ourselves and our communities.
Episode 176 -Technical Education with Dr. SK Moreland and Terri Oropeza
We’ve switched it up again to bring you 2 guests this week on this double header mast...
Episode 175 - Deep into the Attacking Mindset with Maxie Reynolds
Maxie Reynolds is the author of The Art of Attack, subsea engineer and R.O.V. Pilot w...
Episode 174 - Don‘t Do It For The Grammys with Tre Nagella
Tre Nagella is a 3x grammy award-winning studio engineer, record mixer and music prod...
Episode 173 - Laughing your Cyber Off with Ian Murphy
This week, join Ron and Chris as they sit down for a raw conversation with Ian Murphy...
QuickQ: What the Heck is Going on with Ransomware?
The average ransomware cost is $312,493. That number has increased 171% compared 2019...
Episode 171 - Resilient Mindset with Chris Hughes
Chris Hughes is the CISO and Co-Founder of Aquia and has nearly 20 years of Cyber/IT ...
Episode 170 - The Beauty of Cybersecurity with Grace Chi
Grace is Cofounder and COO of Pulsedive, a US-based threat intelligence startup. At P...
Episode 169 - Art, Science, and Nanotechnology with Dr. Bahijja Raimi-Abraham
Among other things, Dr. Bahijja Raimi-Abraham is an award-winning researcher, lecture...
Episode 168 - Asking the Right Cybersecurity Questions with Ganesh Pai
Hacker Valley's Hosts, Ron and Chris are speaking with Ganesh Pai, the CEO and founde...
Episode 167 - Fun Versus ”FUD” Security with Ashley Rose
In today's episode Ron and Chris talk to Living Security's CEO and Co-Founder Ashley ...
Episode 166 - There is No Skills Gap with Andy Ellis
Hosts Ron and Chris interview Andy Ellis, CISO for over two decades that recently sta...
Episode 165 - Living Your Values with Dean Sysman
On this episode, Hacker Valley Studio has a very big announcement! Hosts Ron and Chri...
Cybersecurity is not technology centric, in my opinion. It is human centric. I am driven by my duty to not only protect people, but enlist and inspire the next generation of cybersecurity professionals.
The pursuit of knowledge always leads to something, so be open to whatever that is. It could be becoming the best, but it’s going to lead something and it’s most likely going to be a positive impact on your life.
It's not enough to be knowledgeable and skilled. Without passion you might as well be doing something else. Surround yourself with people who are passionate about what they do and the rest will come together.