Big news for Deploy Securely.
StackAware has pivoted to AI risk management.
Deploy Securely is the company’s official blog.
I have a new free email course.
StackAware pivots into AI risk management
As you likely know, I have been running a cybersecurity company full-time since last fall, called StackAware. Previously focused on risk-based vulnerability and SBOM management, I have decided to shift gears. StackAware is now focused on managing the:
and related risks stemming from widespread use of artificial intelligence. For those of you with whom I talked about StackAware previously (and even helped me as a beta tester), know that I remain confident in the approach I had been pursuing. But after almost 3/4 of a year, I didn’t see my proposed solution to the problem of vulnerability overload catching on.
The customer may not always be right, but the market is.
Simultaneously, I found myself spending a lot of time talking about AI-related risks and realized that there was an opportunity here. After a few weeks of contemplation, I decided to pull the trigger and make the pivot.
Combining Deploy Securely and StackAware
It has been an odd dance running a personal blog, where I feel free to show more personality, and a corporate one, which I thought should be more formal.
It also has taken a lot of time.
To fix these problems, Deploy Securely is now the official blog of StackAware (reflected in the new url). It will retain its name branding but is going to be my official communications channel for the company. I plan on delivering the same hard-hitting commentary on cybersecurity and risk management topics, but will focus my attention primarily on the AI space.
Unlike journalists and other commentators, though, I will be an active participant in the landscape. I think will give me a unique perspective.
Launching StackAware’s new email course
Finally, as regular readers of Deploy Securely, I wanted to give you an early look at the email course I just launched to highlight StackAware’s revised value proposition. It goes deep on the new focus areas.
Please check it out!