Partially Redacted: Data, AI, Security & Privacy

Partially Redacted brings together leaders in engineering, data, AI, security, and privacy to share knowledge, best practices, and real world experience.

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July 10, 2024

Practical Advice to Protecting Your Digital Self with Tim Jensen

Join us as we chat with Tim Jensen, a privacy enthusiast, about personal online security. Tim shares his journey to becoming a privacy advocate and teacher and provides insights into the common mistakes people make with passwords.

June 19, 2024

Keys to the Kingdom, Secrets Management with Doppler's Brian Vallelunga

In this episode Sean welcomes Brian Vallelunga, CEO and founder of Doppler, to discuss secrets management. Brian shares the journey of founding Doppler, a company dedicated to securing sensitive data such as API keys and credentials.

June 5, 2024

The Biggest Mistakes Companies Make with Their Data with RudderStack's Eric Dodds

Eric Dodds, Head of Product Marketing at RudderStack, shares his insights on when organizations should transition from basic tools like spreadsheets to a more sophisticated data stack, including data warehouses and modern tooling.

May 15, 2024

Privacy and Security Considerations for RAG with Graphlit's Kirk Marple

In this episode, Kirk Marple, CEO and Co-founder of Graphlit, joins the show. Sean and Kirk dive into the world of unstructured data management, discussing the evolution and current challenges in the field.

May 8, 2024

User Permissions at Scale with AuthZed's Jake Moshenko

In this episode, Jake Moshenko, CEO and co-founder of AuthZed, joins the show to explore the world of user permissions at scale. Inspired by Google's Zanzibar, AuthZed aims to tackle the challenges of authorization - a less common focus compared to authentication in the tech industry.

May 1, 2024

AI Deepfakes with Nametag's Aaron Painter

Aaron Painter, CEO of Nametag, joins the show to explore the evolving threat of AI deepfakes. They discuss the increasing sophistication of deepfake technology, highlighted by the significant rise in incidents such as the Retool hack, and how these technologies can manipulate public perception and security.