Hi everyone, I’m Izar Tarandach, a Sr Staff Engineer at Datadog these days helping develop security products. Previously, I helped Squarespace, Autodesk, DellEMC RSA, IBM, and Bridgewater Associates design and implement product- and enterprise-wide security solutions, offering guidance in the design and implementation of secure systems and products.
I’m also a co-author of "Threat Modeling: A Practical Guide for Development Teams", O'Reilly with Matthew Coles, and part of the "Threat Modeling Manifesto" band. I wrote the Continuous Threat Modeling Handbook and lead the OWASP pytm project, the first (I think!) threat-model-with-code framework out there.
Currently I am looking into the bridge between Observability and Security. I’m excited to talk about that, secure development and engineering, threat modeling, careers in cybersecurity, Threat Modeling Manifesto, my favorite movies, dogs, what is that funny fish and anything in between.
How it works:
Add your questions below any time before or during February 20th, 11:00am-noon ET
Tune in on Monday, February 20th, 11:00-noon ET, I’ll respond to all the questions in this thread.