Introducing Qwiet AI AutoFix! Reduce the time to secure code by 95% Read More

In the ever-evolving world of cybersecurity, staying informed about the latest threats and trends is crucial. To cater to the growing need for expert insights, we are thrilled to announce the launch of the new Hacking Exposed podcast. Hosted by renowned cybersecurity expert Stuart McClure, this podcast promises to be a treasure trove of knowledge for both professionals and enthusiasts alike. In each episode, McClure and his guests will delve into the current events shaping the cybersecurity landscape, providing valuable analysis and actionable advice.

Stuart McClure, the visionary behind Hacking Exposed, has long been at the forefront of the cybersecurity industry. With a wealth of experience as a hacker, entrepreneur, and author, McClure brings a unique perspective to the podcast. His passion for demystifying complex security concepts and empowering individuals to protect their digital assets is evident throughout his work. As the CEO of Qwiet AI, a leading cybersecurity company known for its cutting-edge technologies, McClure is well-positioned to shed light on the ever-changing threat landscape.

In the Hacking Exposed podcast, McClure and his team at Qwiet AI will tackle the most pressing issues in cybersecurity, discussing recent high-profile breaches, emerging threats, and groundbreaking security solutions. Through engaging conversations and insightful analysis, listeners will gain a deeper understanding of the tactics employed by hackers, the vulnerabilities to watch out for, and the strategies to adopt in order to safeguard their systems and data. The podcast will serve as a valuable resource for professionals seeking to stay ahead in the cybersecurity game and for individuals looking to bolster their own digital defenses.

The podcast will be available in both video and audio formats, with the first episode premiering Tuesday June 27th.  This first episode was packed with so much information it had to be split in two, so make sure to tune back in for part two!  The podcast will be viewable on Qwiet.ai, and the audio version will be available at your usual podcast location.

About Qwiet AI

Qwiet AI empowers developers and AppSec teams to dramatically reduce risk by quickly finding and fixing the vulnerabilities most likely to reach their applications and ignoring reported vulnerabilities that pose little risk. Industry-leading accuracy allows developers to focus on security fixes that matter and improve code velocity while enabling AppSec engineers to shift security left.

A unified code security platform, Qwiet AI scans for attack context across custom code, APIs, OSS, containers, internal microservices, and first-party business logic by combining results of the company’s and Intelligent Software Composition Analysis (SCA). Using its unique graph database that combines code attributes and analyzes actual attack paths based on real application architecture, Qwiet AI then provides detailed guidance on risk remediation within existing development workflows and tooling. Teams that use Qwiet AI ship more secure code, faster. Backed by SYN Ventures, Bain Capital Ventures, Blackstone, Mayfield, Thomvest Ventures, and SineWave Ventures, Qwiet AI is based in Santa Clara, California. For information, vis