Speaker Series: Building Securely for User Privacy w/HackerOne CEO
Feb 18, 2020
Marten Mickos is the CEO of HackerOne, the leading provider world-wide of hacker-powered security.
It’s no secret that demands on developers continue to grow; it’s not enough to know where and at what scale your software runs, it now also falls on devs to make sure it’s running securely. With devs shipping code changes more often than ever before, the risk of revealing sensitive information has also increased, so it’s critical to have a clear understanding of your product’s security surface and how every change can potentially impact user privacy.
In this Speaker Series presentation, HackerOne CEO, Marten Mickos will discuss:
- The emergence of DevSecOps, and how closely this movement is intertwined with the increasing demand for strong user privacy;
- Strategies for building securely and ensuring user privacy from the earliest stages of your company; and,
- Examples of different security models and processes at later-stage dev and enterprise software companies that you can integrate into your own company.
BIO: Marten Mickos is the CEO of HackerOne, the leading provider world-wide of hacker-powered security. Previously Marten was the CEO of Eucalyptus Systems, acquired by Hewlett-Packard where he served as head of the cloud business. Marten was the CEO of MySQL AB from 2001 to 2008. He served on the board of Nokia from 2012 to 2015. Marten holds a M.Sc. in technical physics from Helsinki University of Technology in his native Finland. Marten maintains a leadership blog called the School of Herring.
Ahead of the event, read our interview with Marten on best practices for implementing a Vulnerability Disclosure program and listen to his thoughts on collaborative security on The Security Developer podcast.