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Season 3, Episode 8

January 19th, 2022

New year, new guests. And Tim’s first guest of 2022 is the inspiring and brilliant Guy Podjarny, the co-founder and president of Snyk – the world’s first developer security platform that start-ups worldwide can build upon.

Tim and Guy talk about what is driving the industry’s shift to a new developer-centric approach to security and the business value in doing so. They also discuss what it means to be developer-friendly and Guy offers advice in the wake of the log4j vulnerability.

If you enjoy the episode, please leave a comment or review and you can also listen to more insights from Guy on his podcast: The Secure Developer.

Read our Q&A with Guy