Do cybersecurity like a boss: 35 experts to follow on Twitter

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Kelly Shortridge is featured on TechBeacon’s list 35 cybersecurity bosses to follow.

How DevOps and Development Can Adapt to the New Normal

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Kelly Shortridge shares her thoughts on how DevOps can adapt to “The New Normal.”

#KubeCon 2020 Capsule8 Video Interview with VMblog (Infrastructure Security for Linux Systems)

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VMBlog’s David Marshall talks to Capsule8 CTO Rob Harrison and VP of Architecture Ryan Petrich about how Capsule8 protects Linux production infrastructure.

KubeCon 2020 Q&A: Capsule8 Showcases Monitoring and Detection for Production Infrastructure

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David Marshall of VMBlog shares an exclusive pre-show interview with Kelly Shortridge, VP of Product Management and Product Strategy at Capsule8, about her speaking session at the Cloud-Native Security Day and how to harness failure as a learning opportunity.

10 Women in Cybersecurity You Should Follow

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Semperis’ list of 10 women to follow in cybersecurity features Capsule8’s, Kelly Shortridge!

The #AppSec 50: Top application security pros to follow on Twitter

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Co-founder of Capsule8, Dino A. Dai Zovi is featured on the list.

Fireside chat, Kelly Shortridge, VP of Product Management, Capsule8

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The Cyber Guild sits down for a fireside chat with Kelly Shortridge.

Counting for Good: Hardware Counters Un-mask Malware

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Nick Gregory, research scientist at Capsule8, talks about his Black Hat USA 2020 session with Capsule8 data scientist Harini Kannan, “Uncommon Sense: Detecting Exploits With Novel Hardware Performance Counters and Machine Learning Magic.”

Bug in widely used bootloader opens Windows, Linux devices to persistent compromise

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A comment from Kelly Shortridge on the recent vulnerability, CVE-2020-10713, is featured in HelpNetSecurity’s coverage of the bug.

BootHole Patches Causing Many Systems to Become Unbootable

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Kelly’s Panic Button blog is mentioned in this Security Week article on the latest vulnerability, CVE-2020-10713.