Matthew Green, Assistant Professor, Johns Hopkins University

Keynote: From Heartbleed to Juniper and Beyond (Y30a) Dr. Matthew Green, an internationally renowned cryptographer and security technologist, is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at the Johns Hopkins Information Security Institute. Dr. Green's research team has exposed flaws in more than one third of SSL/TLS encrypted web sites as well as vulnerabilities in encryption technologies, ...

David Gerendas, Group Product Manager, McAfee

Keynote: Building Trust in the Era of Cloud Computing (G11a) David Gerendas is Group Product Manager at Intel Security (formerly McAfee, Inc.), an industry leader in cybersecurity technologies, services, and research. David is responsible for ensuring Intel Security’s product portfolio meets numerous regulatory and compliance requirements. His team enables over $300M+ in annual sales to ...

Nicko van Someren, CTO, Linux Foundation

Keynote: Driving Security Improvements in Critical Open Source Projects (S20a) Nicko is The Linux Foundation’s Chief Technology Officer, focused on the Core Infrastructure Initiative and other security-centric efforts. He has extensive experience across the security and networking industries, having been the CTO of the mobile security company Good Technology, the Chief Security Architect of ...