Monday, August 7, 2017
AppSec USA Speakers
A Senior Application Security Engineer for Verizon, the Director of Software Engineering for Capital One, and a Senior Cloud Security Engineer at Netflix walk into a bar …
No, this isn’t the start of a bad InfoSec joke. It’s a preview of the speakers you can expect to hear from at OWASP’s AppSecUSA Conference in Orlando, Florida from September 19 – 22, 2017. In addition to individual breakout sessions featuring security and application, and information technology leaders from companies such as Citrix Systems, Slack, PayPal, and USAA, you’ll also have direct access to daily keynote addresses showcasing the latest security ideas and technology advances.
AppSecUSA’s opening keynote kicks off with a not-to-be-missed session from educator and author Jim Manico and Cigital CTO John Steven. Jim will weave topics from his upcoming book from McGraw-Hill and Oracle-Press about Java web security with John’s expertise on threat modeling and architecture risk analysis to frame up today’s landscape in secure development and where the industry is going.
On day two, Runa Sandvik, Director of Information Security at The New York Times, delves deeper into how application and information security impacts a variety of industries, including journalism and the general population’s understanding of the news. And if that wasn’t enough, Jen Ellis, VP of Community and Public Affairs for Rapid7 , will wrap up the conference with her perspectives on how technology specialists and government agencies can work better together for a more secure information infrastructure in our world today.
AppSecUSA’s speakers tackle hot topics from government security to threat management, and from DevSecOps to cookie security and supply chain management across a wide array of industries. For a full list of announced speakers click here to learn more and register for AppSecUSA today: https://appsecusa2017.sched.com/directory/speakers. This is one lineup you don’t want to miss!