The Cyber5 Podcast

Defending a Cloud-based Remote Workforce with Attila Torok, Head of Security at Zapier

Episode 33 of the podcast covers strategies to defend a cloud-based, remote workforce with Attila Torok, Head of Security at Zapier.


  • Question 1 (01:44): Are you more worried about developer misconfigurations and inadvertent leaks more than a compromised endpoint?
  • Question 2 (04:29): What strategies have you put in place for defending a remote workforce?
  • Question 3 (13:10): Is logging at scale or network segmentation even rational for small to mid-sized cloud-based companies?
  • Question 4 (15:25): What are some custom ways you use threat intelligence?
  • Question 5 (17:20): Can parts of a security team be condensed for a company that is cloud-based and be more efficient?

Episode 33 | November 19, 2020

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