Steve Orrin

Steve Orrin is Intel’s Federal CTO and a Senior Principal Engineer. He leads Public Sector Solution Architecture, Strategy, and Technology Engagements and has held technology leadership positions at Intel where he has led cybersecurity programs, products, and strategy. Steve was previously CSO for Sarvega, CTO of Sanctum, CTO and co-founder of LockStar, and CTO at SynData Technologies. Steve is a recognized expert and frequent lecturer on enterprise security. He was named one of InfoWorld's Top 25 CTO's, received Executive Mosaic’s Top CTO Executives Award, is a Washington Exec Top Chief Technology Officers to Watch in 2023, was the Vice-Chair of the NSITC/IDESG Security Committee and was a Guest Researcher at NIST’s National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE). He is a fellow at the Center for Advanced Defense Studies and the chair of the INSA Cyber Committee.


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206 - Securing GenAI
In this episode, Darren continues his interview with Steve Orrin, the CTO of Intel Federal. They discuss the paradigm shift in DevSecOps to handle Artificial Intelligence and the dynamic nature of application development that AI requires.

172 - Zero Trust Architecture
In this podcast episode Darren talks with Steve Orrin and Dave Marcus and discusses zero trust architecture, a new security model needed for today's digital environments where the network perimeter is disappearing. Experts explain what zero trust is, key principles like default deny access and continuous authentication, and advice for organizations starting their zero trust journey.

116 - An Argument for a Holistic approach to Critical Infrastructure Security
In this episode, Darren talks about the convergence of OT and IT cybersecurity with Security expert Steve Orrin and Industrial OT expert Dr. Anna Scott

84 - Securing Your Castle with Zero-Trust
On this episode, Darren discusses zero trust security with Intel’s Steve Orrin, CTO Public Sector, and Cameron Chehreh, VP-GM Public Sector.

64 - Follow and Secure the Bit Edge to Cloud
Darren Pulsipher, Chief Solution Architect, Intel, discusses following the bit with Greg Clifton, Director, DOD and Intelligence, Intel, in a follow-up to episode #2, along with Steve Orrin, CTO Federal, Intel, who lends his expertise on security in complex edge to cloud environments.

61 - Data Breaches & Secure Supply Chain
Darren Pulsipher, Chief Solution Architect, Intel, discusses data breaches & secure supply chain with frequent guest Steve Orrin, CTO of Intel, Federal.

60 - Managing Risk in the Face of Ransomware
On this episode, part one of two, Darren discusses security trends with frequent guest Steve Orrin, CTO of Intel, Federal. Over the past year, there has been a rise in the number and sophistication of cyber-attacks. The three key areas of recurring attacks are ransomware, supply chain attacks, and data breaches.

42 - Securing the DevOps Pipeline = SecDevOps
In this episode, Darren Pulsipher, Chief Solution Architect at Intel, and Steve Orrin, CTO of Intel, Federal, discuss why and how the DevOps pipeline must be secured. The only way to deliver solid, resilient, and secure code is if security is built in, and the earlier the better.

36 - Six Pillars of Cybersecurity
With cyber-attacks on the rise in all industries, security is more important than ever. In this episode, Darren Pulsipher, Chief Solution Architect, and Steve Orrin, Federal CTO at Intel Federal, outline the attack vectors, the six pillars of cybersecurity, and how Intel can help. The level of complexity organizations must deal with to secure their data, systems, and applications has never been more difficult.

9 - Telework Securing Your Home Office
Securing your device and your data center only gets you so far. With more people working from home you need to help your employee secure their home network and work area. In this episode, Steve Orrin, Federal CTO at Intel helps Darren secure his home network.

8 - Securing the Teleworker Part 2
With many employees now working from home, how do you make sure they are working securely yet still give them the flexibility they need to get their jobs done? In this episode, Darren and special Guest Steve Orrin, CTO of Intel Federal, discuss how to leverage Intel technology to effectively help secure the teleworker.

7 - Securing the Teleworker
With the huge shift in people now working from home instead of the office, security is a growing concern for many IT organizations. In this episode, Steve Orrin, CTO of Intel Federal, and Darren discuss the security threats and solutions to help secure your teleworker and enterprise data centers.