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Thursday, June 30


Keynote - Bugs ruin everything
In this talk, I’ll briefly discuss some popular forms of finding vulnerabilities and why it is so difficult to find these flaws.  I’ll then walk through examples of some of my favorite bugs, including some of which I’ve discovered over the years, and discuss in these cases why they were particularly difficult to find, why common techniques may have failed on them, or why they were especially impactful.

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Andrea Miller

Charlie Miller is a senior security engineer at Uber ATC, a hacker, and a gentleman. Back when he still had time to research, he was the first with a public remote exploit for both the iPhone and the G1 Android phone. He is a four-time winner of the CanSecWest Pwn2Own competition... Read More →

Thursday June 30, 2016 09:15 - 10:00
Plenary Sessions ( Michelangelo Ballroom Sec. 1+2)
Friday, July 1


Keynote - Hardening the Web Platform
Like every large software project, browsers are accidentally broken. But put these unintentional bugs aside for the moment, and imagine an alternate universe in which the browser implements every relevant standard perfectly. Even in this sincerely mythical world, users aren’t safe, because from a security perspective the internet is in many ways broken by design.

Let’s talk about how we’re beginning to mitigate some of these platform-level risks by hardening the defaults, removing barriers to TLS deployment, and giving developers access to new APIs that can be used to lock themselves down even further.

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Mike West

Mike is a philosophy student, cleverly disguised as a member of Chrome’s security team in Munich, Germany. Since it would be slightly more than difficult to make a living sitting under a tree reading Kant, he’s focused his energies on the web, which has proven itself to be a wonderful... Read More →

Friday July 1, 2016 09:15 - 10:00
Plenary Sessions ( Michelangelo Ballroom Sec. 1+2)


Keynote - Can Security Keep Up the Pace with Frictionless IT?
Public cloud services made personal IT incredibly fast and easy to use. And now consumers expect the same kind of frictionless experience from enterprise IT. The demand for “frictionless IT” is growing and will be the only acceptable IT for new generations of business users. This demand is reshaping how applications are designed, developed, and released. Is the security industry ready to support this revolution?

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Alessandro Perilli

- Expert-in-the-making in human body augmentation through AI, AR, bionic prosthetics, biohacking, genetic engineering, nanorobotics, and wearables (https://h.plus)- Senior leader in top open source company, charting strategy for enterprise management, hybrid cloud computing, security... Read More →

Friday July 1, 2016 17:05 - 17:50
Plenary Sessions ( Michelangelo Ballroom Sec. 1+2)