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Track: Shift-Left Cybersecurity: Developer Accountability for Security

Day of week: Tuesday

In this track, we discuss application-layer security in both its traditional forms (e.g. SQL Injection, buffer overflow) and more cutting-edge forms like advanced encryption and the Internet of Things. Now more than ever, developers have the opportunity, and the responsibility to add security and privacy features directly to applications, rather than relying solely on the IT infrastructure or the security team. How can the dev team prevent the next major data leak? Come to this track to find out!

Track Host: Isaac Potoczny-Jones

Founder @Tozny & Authentication and Privacy Specialist

Isaac is the founder and CEO of Tozny, LLC, a privacy and security company specializing in easy to use cryptographic toolkits for developers. Isaac’s work in cybersecurity spans open source, the public sector, and commercial companies. His projects have included end-to-end encryption for privacy in human subject research, secure cross-domain collaboration, identity management, anonymous authorization, mobile password-free authentication, anti-forgery in hardware devices, and privacy-preserving authentication. He has worked with agencies including DARPA, the Navy, Air Force Research Laboratory, the Department of Homeland Security, the National Institute of Standards and Technologies, and other elements of the DoD and intelligence communities. Isaac is an active open source developer in the areas of cryptography and programming languages. Education: B.S. in computer science, M.S. in Cybersecurity.

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Kurt Rohloff, Co-founder and CTO @DualityTech

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Bill Horne, VP and GM @IntertrustTech

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