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107 - 3/4 - Jimmy Woodard, #ctf organizer

In this episode:

We interview Jimmy Woodard who spearheaded starting the #ctf channel in the Colorado = Security Slack. News from: Microstar, Guild Education, Amazon, Strava, Deloitte, CenturyLink, Root9b, Ping Identity, Webroot, VirtualArmour and a lot more!

Denver, the Keg Capitol

Microstar Logistics is tapping into the beer market to rule in kegs. Guild Education has some new space to double their workforce. Amazon puts down roots near Union Station. Strava is running to a new location and doubling as well. Denver is a great place for women in tech, but still has room to be better. Deloitte is trying to help increase female representation on corporate boards. Kids at some STEM high schools can get a free associates degree. CenturyLink Threat Research is now Black Lotus. Root9b expanded their HQ. Ping Identity says API governance is important. Webroot says ransomware hasn’t gone away, its just changing. VirtualArmour wants to tell you about building your incident response plan.

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