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Season 3, Episode 4

November 10th, 2021

This week, Tim is joined by Jon Oberheide, the co-founder and Chief Technology Officer of Duo Security – one of the most successful security start-ups the world has seen. Its mission was clear; democratize security by making it easy and effective.

Since founding the company in 2009, the concept of zero trust becoming a market-recognized category was considered a ridiculous moonshot – but today, it’s broadly recognized as the way to build an effective security program. Jon shares views on how and why this has happened and why he’s so proud that Duo is leading the charge.

A few days before this interview, Jon announced his departure from Duo and Tim was keen to look back over his journey at the company, hear his top learnings around building a security start-up, and find out what’s in store for the future.