Varun Badhwar is the CEO of Endor Labs, his third startup. He previously founded CipherCloud and RedLock, which were acquired by Lookout and Palo Alto Networks respectively.
After the SolarWinds attack, Varun recognized the vulnerability of open-source software and set out to find a solution. He founded Endor Labs to help developers understand the risks of using open-source software, enabling them to make informed decisions.
In this episode, you will learn the following:
1. Why Varun sets expectations of his new hire sales team to become certified on both the demo and also the pitch within 2 weeks
2. Varun’s brilliant reframing of the SBOM (software bill of materials) concept
3. The importance of building a brand and creating content to engage audiences
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