ABOUT THE PODCAST

Left to Our Own Devices is a podcast dedicated to everything product security, from Medical SBOM, to WP. 29 and the latest industrial security threats.

We’re inviting policymakers, engineers, and industry leaders to hear their war stories and insider tips for surviving the product security jungle.

Product security teams – this podcast is for you. Whether you’re from the Automotive, Medical Device, or Industrial equipment industries, you’ve come to the right place.

Hosted by: David Leichner, CMO at Cybellum and Shlomi Ashkenazy, Head of Brand at Cybellum.

Steve Springett

#6: Steve Springett: CycloneDX and the Future of SBOMs

The CycloneDX leader on what’s coming to an SBOM near you

In this fascinating interview, the CycloneDX leader gives his take on the future of CycloneDX and SBOMs, and shares tips on how product security teams should prepare themselves for what’s coming

John Ray Cybellum

#5: John Ray: Is Florida the Silicon Valley of Medical Devices?

The FMMC director talks about cybersecurity and the Florida medical device ecosystem

John sat down with us and explained why Florida is one of the greatest hubs for medical device manufacturers and reveals what he learned about medical device cybersecurity after working with dozens of medical technology companies.

#4: Chris Gates: Protecting Lives with Medical Device Cybersecurity (Part 2 of 2)

The medical device cybersecurity leader gives his unfiltered take on the state of things

(Part 2 of 2) In this thought-provoking interview, one of the world’s leading medical device cybersecurity experts shares his hopes and concerns for the medical device industry and reveals the personal reasons behind why he chose this challenging — and fascinating — profession.

#4: Chris Gates: Protecting Lives with Medical Device Cybersecurity (Part 1 of 2)

The medical device cybersecurity leader gives his unfiltered take on the state of things

In this thought-provoking interview, one of the world’s leading medical device cybersecurity experts shares his hopes and concerns for the medical device industry and reveals the personal reasons behind why he chose this challenging — and fascinating — profession.