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.
QuickQ: What is Threat Hunting?
In this episode of Hacker Valley, Chris and Ron are joined by a familiar friend, Vale...
Episode 158 - Wild Adventures with Chef Bri Van Scotter
In this episode, Chris, Ron, and their special guest going to be talking about your t...
QuickQ: What is Security Architecture?
Ron and Chris are the hosts and guests for this episode! This episode answers fundame...
Episode 156 - Detection as Code with Nick Hakmiller
In this episode, we speak to a Detection and Response expert! Our guest is Nick Hakmi...
QuickQ: What is Threat Intelligence?
Today’s guests are our very own hosts! Ron and Chris. Together they tackle everythi...
Episode 154 - Equity in Technology with Olivia Herriford
Today in the studio, we have Olivia Herriford, whose great and exceptional work is fo...
Episode 153 - Your Personal Brand in Demand with Stephen Hart
Welcome back to the Hacker Valley Studio podcast. I'm sure you've heard of the term p...
Episode 152 - Cancelling the Cold Call with Nikki Ivey
It has been way too long in the making. But it's finally here! We have Hacker Valley ...
Episode 151 - Health is Wealth with Alexis Robertson
Today in the studio, we have Alexis Robertson, Director of Diversity and Inclusion at...
Episode 150 - Making a Difference Mindfully with Natasha Barnes
In this episode, we talk to our special guest, Natasha Barnes. Natasha is the Associa...
Episode 149 - Permission to Launch with Kelsey Hightower
In this episode, we've brought in a special guest, Kelsey Hightower. Kelsey is Princ...
Episode 148 - Immersed in Cybersecurity with James Hadley
In this episode, have James Hadley, CEO of Immersive Labs, and we talk about the best...
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.