Building Trust: The Larger Problem Caused by Hacks [Episode 6 Thieves, Snoops & Idiots]

In Episode 6 of “Thieves, Snoops and Idiots”, our hosts Matt Little, VP of Product Development, and Justin Kern, PR and Communications Human, talk about the perilous state of security on software, hardware and open source. We also introduce the TrustTron 6000, a pretend protection device pulled from scrap computer parts.

“Thieves, Snoops and Idiots” is an enterprise information security broadcast from PKWARE, the leader in Smart Encryption and creator of the ZIP file standard. Share your takeaways, disagreements and additional security suggestions in the comments below or on Twitter with the hashtag #ThievesSnoopsIdiots.

Matt Little

Matt Little

Matt is a technologist at heart and has more than a decade of experience in the IT industry. In his role as VP Product Development, Matt oversees planning, development and lifecycle management for next generation PKWARE offerings including Viivo and vZip. Matt also plays a critical role in setting and driving product strategy and go-to-market activities for these products.

Prior to his current role, Matt held jobs as MIS/IT Director and IT Manager for PKWARE. Prior to PKWARE, Matt worked for Compuware and Johnson Controls. Matt graduated from Marquette University with a BS in Computer Science.

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