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Tyler Shields

VP Marketing, Partnerships, Strategy for Signal Sciences

RASP Value Is Security Coverage

As an former engineer, I am biased towards getting excited around toys that blink, light up, and are...

Tyler Shields October 6, 2017

Business Logic Flaws

  Protect Your Unique Snowflake from the Dark Side  I haven’t always been a “business” guy. As a mat...

Tyler Shields July 17, 2017

What’s in a Name? RASP Smells like a Rose

“What’s in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet.” -William Shake...

Tyler Shields April 12, 2017

DevSecOps: Embracing Automation, Letting Go of Tradition

I am all for traditions like Thanksgiving turkey and Sunday afternoon football, but holding onto tra...

Tyler Shields March 21, 2017

Tidal Forces and Security Disruption

I just finished reading a wonderful piece by top notch analyst and thought leader, Rich Mogull entit...

Tyler Shields January 6, 2017

Understand Your Risk with Data

Unmodified Original Comic : Scott Adams The operative word in the definition of risk is potential. P...

Tyler Shields October 6, 2016

It’s SWAG TIME!

SUMMER SWAG WITH SIGNAL SCIENCES We are just getting into the heart of conference season for 2016, a...

Tyler Shields July 26, 2016

Why Services Are Eating The UNIVERSE!

This post was originally published November 2, 2015. Debatably, it has only improved in accuracy sin...

Tyler Shields April 14, 2016

The Rehabilitated Security SDLC

How is it that as we, as security practitioners, refuse to think differently about how we secure our...

Tyler Shields March 17, 2016

The Elusive Unicorn of the New AppSec

As the brainchild of the development and operations departments of your business, DevOps is the unic...

Tyler Shields February 16, 2016

Four Steps Towards Better Incident Response

Incident Response: 95% boredom and 5% sheer terror At one point in my career, I was an incident resp...

Tyler Shields February 5, 2016

Security Visibility: If You Can’t See ’Em, You Won’t Stop ‘Em!

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Tyler Shields January 11, 2016