Security Camp -- bringing together cybersecurity, privacy, and open source software. Saturday November 18, 9am to 5pm
Sat. Nov. 18 from 09:00 am to 05:00 pm
We know about Open Camps--one of the largest mission-driven open source conferences, held annually in New York since 2012 and attended by technologists and technology decision makers from around the world. All come together for an annual, multi-week conversation about the state of open source technology and the future evolution of global infrastructure and interconnectedness.
Security Camp at Open Camps is now in it's second year. Security is of critical importance given rampant threats, whether from profit motivated thieves, nation-states, or others performing malicious actions that target individuals, corporations, digital infrastructure, and now our physical infrastructure which is connected to our digital systems.
Security Camp brings together some of the top experts in this field for a three tiered learning approach to cybersecurity: (i) how do potential victims protect themselves, whether individual, corporation, NGO, or government, (ii) how can inventors, entrepreneurs, and software developers implement security and privacy by design, implementing security early in the development life cycle, and DevOps and (iii) how can governments better protect their citizens from what is becoming a crime of epidemic and unanswered proportion.
The event presents opportunities across the spectrum for security experts to meet decision makers in need, for stakeholders at all levels to attend sessions on the overall cyber threat landscape, and for security technologists and information security professionals to explore technical partnerships.
Security Camp features distinguished and exciting speakers, including Antoine Arlaud, Chris Frenz, Jessica Robinson, John Bandler, Ken Belva, Zoe Braiterman, Vitaliy Dubinsky, Susan Malaika, and Nicole Becher.
Security Camp will be held on Saturday November 18.