When shifting to or even starting out
as a Digital Native company, there naturally comes new security topics which
companies need to be aware of, including access control, auditing and disclosure.
But there has also been a shift in
older security topics as well, including some being less of a concern.
As a result, there’s a need to enable security teams with higher visibility,
scalability and expertise to adapt to an evolving digital ecosystem.
For example, should a modern security
strategy be based on the assumptions that source code will never be leaked,
or that “internal” networks will never be breached?
In this Roundtable, our experts will discuss:
1. The challenge for cybersecurity teams is finding effective ways to deliver
and maintain security at the speed of digital transformation.
2. How can modern security platforms can help organizations stay ahead
of potential threats?
3. How have the relative importance of security threats changed as
companies and products shift to being digital natives?
Director of Product Management at WhiteSource
Rhys joined WhiteSource in 2019 through the acquisition of his company Renovate Bot, a dependency automation tool widely used in the Open Source community.
As a Director of Product Management at WhiteSource, Rhys is focused on developer solutions.
Rhys is an active contributor to Open Source and keenly interested in the challenges of Dependency Management and Supply Chain Security.
Michiel Prins is a Co-Founder, Product at HackerOne, the world’s most trusted hacker-powered security platform. He is an information security expert, researcher, hacker, and developer. Michiel has been finding critical software vulnerabilities in technology for over 10 years. Prior to founding HackerOne, Michiel co-founded a successful penetration testing company that worked on projects for trusted organizations from governments institutions to top technology companies, including Twitter, Facebook, Evernote and Airbnb, among others. Michiel regularly presents on vulnerability disclosure and security research projects regarding security management, privacy and web application infrastructure. Michiel graduated with a B.S. in Computer Science from Hanze University Groningen
Scott Ward is a Principal Solutions Architect with Amazon Web Services (AWS). Based out of Seattle, WA, Scott is part of a team that supports AWS’s global network of technology and consulting partners. Scott’s focus is on security technology partners and his work with partners includes existing AWS architecture validation and improvements, planning new architectures for workloads on AWS, providing guidance on how to use new AWS services, and providing general technical enablement. In addition to a focus on AWS cloud security Scott has a deep background in supporting, enhancing, and building global financial solutions to meet the needs of large companies, including many years supporting the global financial systems for Amazon.com.
Dragan Pleskonjic is an experienced high-tech entrepreneur and executive with a strong background in information security, computer systems and networks security, software and application security, and software development methodologies and architectures. He also possesses proven leadership and talent for management and organization of successful teams. He has initiated and held leading positions in a number of industry projects, as well as in research and development projects. Has worked at top positions at international companies with global coverage, with experience in mergers, acquisitions, company integration, and startups. With excellent theoretical and practical knowledge, he leads research and development that is well-connected and aligned with professional work and best practices in companies, organizations, and institutions.