For over 15 years Evan has worked with various organizations specializing in IdM, SIEM, and Network Security. Prior to CyberArk, Evan worked as a lead engineer in identity and access management for ADP. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Computer Science from Boston University and various industry certifications.
J.R. Santos is the Executive Vice President of Research for the Cloud Security Alliance. He oversees the Cloud Security Alliance’s research portfolio that covers a diverse range of cloud security topics such as IoT, quantum security, big data, artificial intelligence and application containers and microservices. He is responsible for the execution of the research strategy worldwide. In addition, he advises over 30+ working groups that develop industry-leading security practices, education and tools. J.R. has over 20 years of experience working in information security in a variety of industry sectors including finance, healthcare, aerospace, retail, and technology. J.R. is an active professional in the security industry and has served on various boards and committees throughout his career. J.R. holds various professional certifications and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Washington.
Prabath Siriwardena is the Senior Director of Security Architecture at WSO2 Inc - and also the founder of the Silicon Valley IAM meetup group. He is the author of the book Advanced API Security published by Apress and has also authored three more books on Apache Maven and Enterprise Integration. Prabath is also a member of Apache Axis PMC and has spoken at numerous international conferences including RSAConference, OSCON, QCon, ApacheCon, WSO2Con, European Identity Conference, Cloud Identity Summit (CIS), Internet Identity Workshop (IIW), IDentity Next, API World, API Strat and OSDC. He has more than 13 years of industry experience and has worked with many Fortune 100 companies.
Jesper Johansson is CISO at Yubico, manufacturer of the YubiKey, a company dedicated to making secure login easy and available to everyone. Prior to Yubico, he was a Senior Member of Google's Technical Staff, the Chief Security Architect for Amazon, and worked in Microsoft's Trustworthy Computing and Security Engineering groups. He has spent more time in security than he likes to admit.
Matt Burrough is a 10-year Microsoft veteran, where he is currently a Senior Penetration Tester on their corporate red team. In this role, Matt assesses the security of Microsoft’s internal systems and its Azure deployments. He is also the author of the book "Pentesting Azure Applications" (2018, No Starch Press). Burrough holds numerous industry certifications and has a Master’s in Computer Science.
Vikas has over 18 years of experience both in Networking and Security domain combined together. Vikas is a Security Architect with Microsoft, previously within the company he was Principal Datacenter Architect. Prior to joining Microsoft Vikas was Security Architect with Verizonbusiness.
PhD in cyber security, published a dozen papers, received two best-paper awards, hold multiple patents, dark web researcher, blockchain technologist, CTO of VeriClouds, previously researcher at Microsoft Research.
Song has 20 years of experience in high-performance software systems. Song is also a white hat (ethical) hacker and security expert for W3C.
Mike Weber is responsible for Coalfire Labs operations, including penetration testing, application security assessments, forensics, and research and development. He leads a team of over 50 security professionals and is an expert in development and management of information security programs tailored to highly-regulated industries like government, healthcare, banking, and utilities.
A passionate hands-on security leader who loves to be in the trenches of cyber security with a focus for impact through innovation. Constant challenger for complacency and loves to take risks. Exemplifier of failing fast and learning quick. Enjoys the breadth and depth of information security domains but more excited about the future of cyber security through the power of engineering and automation. A challenger by design whether it is running long distances or taking teams through ambiguity to clarity. Bundle of contagious passion for security and impact. Constant inquisitor for being the best of a human possibility from within.
Senior PM at Microsoft in the Digital Security Risk And Engineering org with a focus on Open Source standards for securing our application environments.
Michael Hamilton is the Founder and CISO of Critical Informatics. Michael has served as a Cybersecurity Policy Advisor for Washington State, is the former Chief Information Security Officer for the City of Seattle, and former Managing Consultant for VeriSign Global Security Consulting. In a previous life, he was an ocean scientist at NASA/JPL.
Jean Pawluk is an Executive Consultant, an initial founder of CSA, a ISSA Distinguished Fellow and honored as a 2015 SC Magazine “Woman of Influence”. With a global focus on strategy, architecture, and technology in the high tech and financial industries, she alternates between technical and executive leadership roles. Once focused on security and cryptography for the financial industry, her current focus is on the use and abuse of blockchains, augmented reality and the Internet of Things (IOT).
Radia Perlman is a Fellow at Dell EMC. Her specialties include network routing protocols, and network security. She developed the technology for making network routing self-stabilizing, largely self-managing, and scalable. She also invented the spanning tree algorithm, which transformed Ethernet from a technology that supported a few hundred nodes within a single building, to something that could support large networks. She also has made contributions in network security, including scalable data expiration, distributed algorithms despite malicious participants, DDOS prevention techniques, and user authentication. She is the author of the textbook “Interconnections” (about network layers 2 and 3) and coauthor of “Network Security”. She has been recognized with many industry honors including induction into the National Academy of Engineering, the Inventor Hall of Fame, and lifetime achievement awards from Usenix and SIGCOMM. She has a PhD in computer science from MIT.
Charlie Kaufman, security architect for the Midrange group at Dell/EMC, has been involved with computer networking and security issues for over 30 years, and holds over 50 patents in those fields. At Microsoft, he was the security architect for Windows Azure - Microsoft's Public Cloud offering - where he was involved with all aspects of cloud security from design through responding to ongoing attacks. At Lotus, he was chief security architect for Lotus Notes and Domino and later the entire Lotus product suite. At Digital, he was the Security Architect for their networking group and later for Digital's UNIX offering. He has contributed to a number of IETF standards efforts including IPsec, S/MIME, and DNSsec and served as a member of the Internet Architecture Board. He is co-author of the popular textbook "Network Security: Private Communication in a Public World" and served on the National Academy of Sciences expert panel that wrote the book "Trust In Cyberspace".
Srini Gurrapu is the Cloud Evangelist at McAfee’s Cloud Business Unit. Srini brings 20 years of experience in networking, security, virtualization, mobile and cloud security markets at several success companies such as BlueCoat, Neoteris (acquired by Juniper), FaceTime (now Actiance), RingCube (acquired by Citrix), Virtual Bridges and Wheel Innovationz. Srini led product management and strategic alliances at these startups and helped drive the vision, strategy and execution. Srini's primary forte is building trusting advisory relationships with customers, delivering innovative solutions that make customers successful in their strategic initiatives. Srini also worked as EIR (Entrepreneur-In-Residence) at Austin Ventures, one of the largest VC firms in the US.
Salah Nassar, has over 15 years of experience in network and security infrastructure products and solutions. Salah has held positions ranging from technical marketing to product management. He currently leads the Information Protection product marketing team at Symantec looking after DLP, user behavior analytics, identity management, and encryption products. Currently, Salah is focusing on next generation data protection solutions focusing on maintaining visibility and control of private and sensitive data in the world of cloud migrations and increasing mega breaches.
As Chief Blockchain Evangelist for the lifeID Platform, Alex is responsible for educating the world about the future of blockchain-based self-sovereign identity technology, finding integration partners for the lifeID ecosystem, and representing his team at standards organizations like W3C and the Decentralized Identity Foundation. Alex is heavily involved with the Seattle blockchain community and is a frequent panelist, presenter, mentor, and guest contributor to blockchain-based events and leadership efforts. He serves as his team’s Advisory Committee Representative at the W3C and is a member of the Verifiable Claims Working Group, which is creating use cases and data models for cryptographically verifiable credentials for use by individuals, electronic devices, and organizations.
Brian has been a thought leader and respected advisor in enterprise IT for 20 years. With experience in engineering, product management, marketing, business strategy and technology evangelism, he has held executive-level positions at business- and consumer-facing companies, both large and small, and has multiple degrees in engineering and technology management.