Deja vu Security Director of Operations Joe Restivo sits down with Deja Co-Founder and CEO Adam Cecchetti to get his take on the history and future of Deja’s organizational culture, especially in the context of a fast-growing company.
“People are going to be trusting us with potentially their life-savings. It’s a precarious case when you’re handling people’s money…There are a lot of potential attack vectors we’re dealing with, so we wanted to make sure we’re covered for most if not all of those risks…Having someone audit [the platform] was pretty key.” -Status COO Nabil Naghdy
“Companies want to work with Deja because they want people who think outside the box and break their stuff...Deja is working on securing some of the largest software platforms in the world. That’s pretty cool.”
“You know it’s good work when you’ve got people challenging you in different areas,” she said. “It shows they have done a thorough analysis. These require some thought from you. An audit that doesn’t challenge, doesn’t provide value.”
Deja vu Security and Peach Tech staff recently attended DefendCon, a Seattle-based cybersecurity conference intended as a safe space for women and non-binary folks.
Deja vu Security CEO Adam Cecchetti spoke on the importance of net neutrality at a press conference led by Washington Senator Maria Cantwell on Sunday, May 6th, 2018. Cecchetti was joined by other Pacific Northwest business leaders, all throwing their weight behind an upcoming congressional push to undo a controversial FCC decision from late 2017.
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The coffee shop is quieter than usual; as soon as Sam walks in the door, both his laptop and cell phone connect to the Wi-Fi. Sam sits down drink in hand and begins to work through his email.