News | June 1, 2016

David Nathans Discusses Security Operations Centers And Medical Device Security

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Cyber Officer, Author, and Cyber defense expert David Nathans is interviewed on the Silver Bullet monthly podcast where topics range from cyber operations to building security into everything we build.

David Nathans, Director of SOCSoter a local Washington County Maryland Cybersecurity company and a product security architect with Siemens Healthcare is interviewed as a security guru by Gary McGraw on the Silver Bullet podcast. The podcast is co-sponsored by Cigital and IEEE Security & Privacy magazine. The interview dives into David’s extensive experience in building security operations centers (SOCs) and cyber security programs. As the author of Designing and Building Security Operations Center and an original member of the first cyber squadron of the Air National Guard, he has established his place as a leader in the security field. Listen as Gary and David discuss security considerations when designing and building SOCs, the emergence of DevOps, and the progress that’s been made between data and security in medical devices over the past decade. Also listen to interesting comparisons on how the government and military organizations differ in cybersecurity goals then what businesses should be focused on.

This most recent episode of Silver Bullet featuring David Nathans is episode #122 in a monthly podcast that has been in production for more than 10 years and reaches an estimated audience of over 30,000 security professionals around the world.

The podcast can be reviewed at

About SOCSoter, Inc.
SOCSoter is a Nevada corporation headquartered in the state of Maryland since 2015. It was built to help small and medium sized businesses combat the growing business risks associated with network connected systems and applications. Service offerings include dedicated cybersecurity engineers monitoring easy to install and internally developed proprietary hardware and custom software provided free as part of the service offerings negating the need for capital expenditure by SOCSoter customers. The company also provides endpoint and mobile devices management services also dedicated to small businesses. For more information, visit

SOURCE: SOCSoter, Inc.