[Security Nation] Chris John Riley on Minimum Viable Secure Product (MVSP)

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[Security Nation] Chris John Riley on Minimum Viable Secure Product (MVSP)

In the final installment of Season 4 of Security Nation, Jen and Tod sit down with Chris John Riley, senior security engineer at Google and co-host of the First Impressions podcast (the one about cybersecurity, not Jane Austen). They chat about Minimum Viable Secure Product (MVSP), a set of controls Chris recently helped develop at Google that aim to provide a better baseline for security when evaluating vendor risk. They discuss the state of supply chain security for technology vendors and the challenges of establishing what really qualifies as “minimum” in terms of security protocols.

Stick around for our Rapid Rundown, where Tod and Jen talk about a recently disclosed DNS rebinding vulnerability in Sky routers that exposed them to takeover attacks over the course of a whopping 17 months.

Check back in with us for Season 5 of Security Nation in January. In the meantime, have a safe holiday and a happy New Year!​

Chris John Riley

[Security Nation] Chris John Riley on Minimum Viable Secure Product (MVSP)

Chris John Riley is a Senior Security Engineer at Google, where he is tech lead for the vendor reviews focus area.

In his spare time, Chris collects books (that he never finds time to read) and spends his weekend taking long romantic walks from the sofa to the kitchen (mostly for snacks).

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