Founded in 2013, BinaryMist Ltd (the company behind PurpleTeam-Labs) is a small focussed consultancy specialising in providing Software Engineering and Development Teams with information security knowledge, experience, guidance and tooling to positively shape their DevSecOps culture, processes, practises and build pipelines.
Our aim is to help you shift the expensive process of finding and fixing security defects late in the development cycle (ambulance at the bottom of the cliff) to the cheapest place (as code is being written).
BinaryMist is empowering Software Development shops to not only significantly reduce software defects as they are being created, but also reducing the costs of creating your desired outcomes.
Kim is the published author of many information security books specifically targeting Software Engineers, DevOps Engineers and Architects. He has hosted and been a guest on many podcasts involving information security, including being a host for Software Engineering Radio.
He has written over 100 blog posts covering software engineering, information technology and security topics. Spoken at many international conferences and run many workshops helping Software Engineers understand and improve their information security.
Kim Pioneered the InfoSecNZ Slack. He is the OWASP Chapter Lead for Christchurch, New Zealand, and helped pioneer the Christchurch Hacker Conference. Kim continues to consult with Software Engineering Teams on a daily basis to improve their Security and reduce their time to delivery.
“It’s my goal in creating PurpleTeam to bring what was the costly red teaming exercise into parallel with your development (blue team) cycles, not only making this exercise many times cheaper but also automating out much of the mundane security bug hunting and remediation effort.”