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 137 - Securing Virtual and Augmented Reality with Tamas Henning
In this episode, we have the powerful Tamas Henning, Director of Security Engineering...
Episode 136 - From Tragedy to Triumph with Chani Simms
In this episode, we welcome Chani Simms, Managing Director of Meta Defence Labs as we...
Road to the Webby's: An Underdog Story
Vote here: https://www.hackervalley.com/vote It might seem impossible... but we need ...
Episode 134 - Knowing Your Worth in Technology and Cybersecurity with Jimmy Sanders
In the studio today is Jimmy Sanders, a mentor, technician and all-around leader. Ji...
Vote for Hacker Valley to Win a Webby Award!
In this special announcement, we talk about the Webby's, the incredible honor it is, ...
Episode 132 - Giving Back Through Technology with Gabriela Ariza
In this episode, we welcome Gabriela Ariza, a cybersecurity practitioner, influence, ...
Episode 131 - Making the Most of Time Off with Sarah Groen
In this featured episode of Hacker Valley Studio podcast, Ron and Chris are joined by...
Episode 130 - Fighting for Others with Anne Marie Zettlemoyer
Anne Marie Zettlemoyer is Vice President of Security Engineering and Divisional Secur...
Episode 129 - Seeing the Value in Everything with Saam Motamedi
Saam Motamedi is a General Partner at Greylock, a Silicon Valley venture capital firm...
Episode 128 - A Masterclass on Being Yourself with Ashish Rajan
Ashish Rajan is a Cloud Security leader, podcaster, investor and fashion expert. He’s...
Episode 127 - Finding Comfort in Being Uncomfortable with Paul Rivera
Paul Rivera is the president and CEO of Def Logix, he built his own company from the ...
Episode 126 - The Grit of Being World Champion Part 2 with Lee Kemp
In this episode we continue our conversation with Lee Kemp, a three time World Champi...
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.