Many conferences out there glorify the attacker, we want a conference which interests us.
For the actual conference meetings, attendees will commit to specific tracks and all attendees are expected to try to contribute. Once you’re in a track, stay in the track, get to know the people, share, and learn collectively.
The congress will be limited to 150 attendees.
Talks will all be between 15 and 30 minutes long.
Senior Director of Researcher Operations, Bugcrowd
VP R&D, OpenDNS
Senior Information Security Architect, Netflix
Chief Information Security Officer at Uber
Research Director at the Retail Cyber Intelligence Sharing Center (R-CISC)
Executive Director for Security Innovation, Major Financial Institution
Chief Information Security Officer(CISO) at E*TRADE Financial
Director of Information Security
Sr. Vice President, McAfee
CEO, Duo Security
VP of Intelligence, Crowdstrike
Senior Director, Detection and Response at Salesforce
Vice President, Healthcare and Critical Infrastructure
Gadi Evron, Chairman, member of content committee
Jeff Moss, Head of Program Committee
Randal Vaughn, Head of Operations, member of content committee
Nikita Kronenberg, Content & Coordination Director
Michelle Esther Appelbaum, Operations
Aryeh Goretsky, Operation, member of content committee
A twenty-seven year veteran of fighting viruses, today he is responsible for threatscape monitoring, investigations and working with researchers in and outside of ESET globally.
He was the first employee at McAfee and is a veteran of several software and networking startups. He has received industry awards from Microsoft, Lenovo andSecuring our eCity for his efforts to help make computing safer.
Falcon Darkstar Momot
John B. Althouse
Talks on the schedule are in 30 minute blocks. Speakers need to allocate 25 minutes for speaking and 5 minutes for setting upo the next talk. Please plan accordingly. Easels will be available for takeout notes. Note that lunch is one hour. Times are subject to change.
We encourage attendees to submit presentations for both long (30 Minute) and short (10 - 15 minute) format Turbo talks. We have a lot of great submissions that we find interesting and are listing those here. Those who would like to propose Turbo Talk at the conference will be offered the opportunity to pitch their talk and will be selected and scheduled by popular vote.
|Dan Hubbard||Leveraging the Fourth Estate|
|Collin Mulliner||Deploying Device and App Attestation with Android's SafetyNet|
|Chris Roosenraad||Welcome to the new world order|
|Joel Scambray||Attack and Defense: Frenemies Forever|
|Kevin Dunn||Plan to FAIL: Failure Planning & Worst Case Thinking|
We invite you to participate in Art into Science and submit a talk to one of the two conference tracks.
Threat intelligence, attacker profiles, detection systems, case studies, tools & techniques, insider threat, user behavior analytics, fraud mitigation.
Anything that can be converted into a model or methodology, including but not limited to: risk models, knowledge sharing, economics, first principles, changing landscape
Discussion needs to be of a nature that:
We especially encourage women and members of other diverse groups to submit a talk and attend the conference.
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