Seeing what counts: Frank Wang’s realistic take on cloud visibility

Lacework EditorialFebruary 5, 20242 min read


It’s showtime! The Code to Cloud podcast is officially back for season two with an all-star lineup of guests from major innovators in tech and security. 

Last season brought invaluable lessons from security masters across the globe. We covered critical how-tos, like getting the C-suite on board with security and planning ahead as a CISO or CIO. We dove into how the cloud disrupted old security models, the role of data in modern security, and what AI means for all of us.

Now, hosts Tim Chase and Andy Schneider return, ready to crack the code on today’s tech and security challenges. We’ll drill down on application security, complexity in the cloud, and how to keep up with the latest threats and risks. 

In our first episode, Tim talked to Frank Wang, Lead Security Engineer for Headway, a new mental healthcare system that works to remove historic barriers faced by mental health providers, payers, and patients.

Tune in now to hear Frank’s thoughts on: 

  • Challenges with visibility in the cloud
  • Focusing on enablement instead of enforcement
  • How fast the threat landscape is changing


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FrankAbout Frank: Frank is Lead Security Engineer at Headway. He was also the first security hire there. Headway is a high-growth startup building a mental healthcare platform that everyone can access. Previously, Frank served as staff security engineer and the first hire in that function at dbt Labs. He has also dabbled in venture capital and academia. He holds a PhD from MIT focused on security and cryptography and a B.S. in computer science from Stanford.


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