Hey there, Downtown NYC Tech friends!
Its been too long since our last gathering, so were kicking off a new & improved meetup series in April. On April 17th at 6pm well take over Telstras office on 40 Wall Street. The view alone is worth the trip!
The vibe will be (as always) informal & yet serious: were interested in digging into real issues (technical & otherwise) while fostering a networking environment that helps us move forward as professionals & as a community.
The topic for the night is around new approaches to security, with a special focus on the lowest level of the stack (think firmware, SEV, SGX, & secure enclaves!). Weve invited two super experienced technical co-founders - who are also CTOs - to lead the conversation, demonstrate new approaches, & answer your questions.
6:00 - 6:20 - Social & Mingle6:20 - 6:30 - Kickoff, Community Announcements, & Intros6:30 - 7:00 - Secure Deployments of Sensitive Applications without Worrying about the Infrastructure (Yan Michalevsky, CTO & Co-founder at Anjuna Security)7:00 - 7:30 - Secure Identity to Control the Edge & Enforce Data Sovereignty & Compliance (Rod Schultz, Chief Products Officer at Rubicon Labs)7:30 - 8:00 - Questions / Social / Wrap-up
Speaker Bios:Yan is the CTO & Co-founder at Anjuna Security . He graduated with a Ph.D. from Stanford University, where his research focused on applied security & privacy. Formerly, he was an engineering team-lead, & a software engineer at several companies, accumulating over 15 years of industry experience.
Rod is the Chief Products Officer at Rubicon Labs. He began his career building Internet technology as a software engineer for Cisco. Rod holds a BS in Applied Computer Science from the University of North Carolina & a Certificate of Excellence in Business from UC Berkeley. He holds eight patents with several more pending.
**Attendees, please note that you will need to RSVP ahead of time for this event so we may provide an attendance list to security. You will also need to show photo ID.**