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Monday, September 19
 

10:55 IDT

Don't Feed the Hippos!
The security community is trying to solve insecurity caused by bugs and flaws in software for many years now, but with what success? 
We almost never look in successes and failures experiences in other areas, but we could really learn from. This talk is inspired by Ernesto Sirolli’s TED talk “Want to help someone? Shut up and listen!” about failures in the aid program’s around the world. Listening to Ernesto Sirolli, you cannot miss the similarity with the security community trying to tell developers how to write secure code.  This talk points out common failures of the security community when communicating with developers, trying to solve their problems without understanding what their problems really are. 
Using the hippo-analogy for security failures, during the talks those ‘(in-)secure hippos’ are identified, advice on how to avoid them are provided, by anecdotes and best practices from the experience of the past 10 years in the security field as a consultant.

Speakers
avatar for Martin  Knobloch

Martin Knobloch

Chairmain of the Board, OWASP Foundation
 


Monday September 19, 2016 10:55 - 11:25 IDT
Main Auditorium
  Track 1

16:05 IDT

Law and the Israeli Cybersecurity Industry
From an international perspective, Israel provides a unique laboratory for studying the effect of law and regulation on cybersecurity research and development. This presentation will provide an introduction to specific laws and regulations concerning cybersecurity research and ask whether these laws have in actual practice influenced the growth of the cybersecurity ecosystem in Israel. More specifically, how have industry players, including startups, multinationals and the military, reacted to the unique legal framework that Israel provides for cybersecurity activities?

Speakers
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Eli Greenbaum

Partner, Yigal Arnon & Co.
Eli Greenbaum is partner in the law firm of Yigal Arnon & Co., specializing in technology, intellectual property and cybersecurity. He received his masters degree in Applied Physics from Columbia University and his law degree from Yale Law School. Eli has published widely in the intersection... Read More →


Monday September 19, 2016 16:05 - 16:50 IDT
Room 10 - CS and Communications Building
  Track 2

17:30 IDT

Panel: Our Appsec Careers

While breaking and protecting is what we do, making sure we become and stay experts, work with the right people and generally have fun during our work day is just as important, if not more. Therefore we decided to hold a panel as part of AppSec IL on a topic we usually invest too little in: our appsec careers!

How do you find the right job, or the right people for the job? What is a dream appsec job and what is a real appsec job? Are they the same and if not, how do we bridge the gap. Is hammering apps a job for a life? If not, how can one create diversity and a growth path? All those are just a few of the many topics we can discuss.


Moderators
Speakers
avatar for Avi Douglen

Avi Douglen

Conference Chair, Bounce Security
AviD is a high-end, independent security architect and developer, and has been designing, developing and testing secure applications, and leading development teams in building secure products, for around 20 years. My research interests include efficient security engineering, usable... Read More →

Panelists
avatar for Helen Bravo

Helen Bravo

Product Management Director, Checkmarx
Helen Bravo is the Product Manager at Checkmarx. Helen has more than fifteen years of experience in software development, IT security and source-code analysis. Prior to working at Checkmarx, Helen has worked in Comverse one of the biggest Israeli Hi-tech firms as a software engineer... Read More →
avatar for Itsik Mantin

Itsik Mantin

Lead Scientist, Imperva
In the last 20 years I have researched and innovated in various cyber-security domains, including web application security, advanced persistent threats, DRM systems, automotive systems and more. While thinking as an attacker is my second nature, my first nature is problem solving... Read More →
avatar for Ron Peled

Ron Peled

Sr. Security Specialist, LivePerson


Monday September 19, 2016 17:30 - 18:10 IDT
Main Auditorium