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37 - 10/16 - Al Barton

In this episode:

Al Barton, president of the Colorado Cloud Security Alliance, is our feature guest this week. News from: Xero, Apple, Secure64, Apex Awards, Optiv, LogRhythm and a lot more!

No, women are NOT well represented in leadership

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Survey shows that 63% of men are bad at math... at least when it comes to evaluating women in the executive suite. Ex-CSA & NSA head Hayden tells us not to get our hopes up for the government to help out. Xero, Apple, Trimble all invest in Denver growth. Secure64 founder tells us that little DNS issues can cause big headaches. Forrester has a crush on Optiv. LogRhythm makes a splash. And a couple of security leaders land in new companies.

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Feature interview:

Al Barton, president of Colorado's Cloud Security Alliance sat with Robb to talk about the CSA. Al tells a bit about his background, then dives into what the CSA does, who should attend and what the future looks like for the group. Al also gives some advice on doing your own cloud security.

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* Thanks to CJ Adams for our intro and exit! If you need any voiceover work, you can contact him here at Check out his other voice work here.

* Intro and exit song: "The Language of Blame" by The Agrarians is licensed under CC BY 2.0

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