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Presentation: Security Panel

Track: Security: Lessons Attacking & Defending

Location: Pacific DEKJ

Duration: 2:55pm - 3:45pm

Day of week: Wednesday

Level: Intermediate

Persona: Security Professional

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Abstract

The panel discusses how to integrate security teams into the development process, whether bounty programs make sense, risk analysis, how to get into security, and much more.

Speaker: Werner Schuster

InfoQ Editor Functional Programming, QCon PC, Wolfram

Werner Schuster focuses on languages, VMs and compilers, Wolfram Language, performance tuning, and recently cloud taming. He's on the PC for QCon NYC/SF/London

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Speaker: Marshall Kuypers

Director of Cyber Risk @QadiumInc

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Dr. Marshall Kuypers is the Director of Cyber Risk at Qadium, an SF-based startup. He received his doctorate from Stanford, focusing on data-driven methods for quantifying cyber risk. Marshall was a fellow at the Center for International Security and Cooperation (CISAC) from 2014-2016 where he worked on projects ranging from policy to technical matters in computer security. Marshall has also modeled cyber risk for the Jet Propulsion Lab, and assessed supply chain risk in cyber systems with Sandia National Labs. He was also the Co-President of the Stanford Complexity Group while at Stanford.

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Speaker: William Bengtson

Security Researcher, Leader, Advisor @Netflix

Will Bengtson is senior security engineer at Netflix focused on security operations and tooling. Prior to Netflix, Bengtson led security at a healthcare data analytics startup, consulted across various industries in the private sector, and spent many years in the Department of Defense. Bengtson is on the BSidesSF and Bay Area OWASP leadership team. Bengtson contributes to numerous open source projects and has spoken on topics of security across the world.

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Speaker: Travis McPeak

Sr. Cloud Security Engineer @Netflix

Travis is a Senior Cloud Security Engineer at Netflix. He enjoys applying automation to solving complex problems that can’t be addressed manually. Travis is currently the OWASP Bay Area chapter lead and a core developer of several open-source security tools including Bandit and Repokid. In the past he has led several initiatives on the OpenStack Security Team and was a founding member of the Cloud Foundry Security Team. When not geeking out on security he enjoys traveling and quality beer and food.

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Speaker: Jarrod Overson

Engineering Director @ShapeSecurity & JavaScript Expert

Jarrod has been developing on the web for over 15 years in both startups and global companies and currently works at Shape Security. Previously at Riot Games and Napster, Jarrod has worked in every corner of web technology and is an active proponent and contributor to open source, creator of Plato and co-author of Developing Web Components.

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Tracks

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Wednesday, 13 November