November 8, 6:00 - 7:30 PM
CSAW - Looking Back and Looking Forward
Michael (Mike) Aiello | Cybersecurity Executive, Google
Mike Aiello is a Cybersecurity Executive at Google where he is the Director of Product Management for Google Cloud Platform Security. His risk management, data protection, and privacy products help secure thousands of businesses and billions of people every day. In 2017 and 2018, these products unblocked more than one billion dollars of revenue for Google Cloud. Before joining Google, he served as Chief Information Security Officer at Goldman Sachs, where he helped secure Marcus, the company’s digital retail bank and established the company’s Consumer Trust and Technology Risk Committee.
Mike has spent the last 20 years as a technology innovator and entrepreneur. He has served as an advisor or board member to several cybersecurity companies. Previously, Mike was the founder and CEO of DIFRwear, a leading manufacturer of radio-frequency identification (RFID) blocking wallets, passport cases, and badge sleeves. The company sold more than two million units to consumers around the world and was featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Wired, and others. Mike also founded LifeEnsured, a company which allowed customers to privately manage their online identities after death, which was acquired in 2012 by DSwiss.
Mike has spoken for a variety of audiences from large cyber events like the Gartner Information Security & Risk Management Conference to policy discussions at the Council on Foreign Relations. He regularly works with CEOs, CIOs, and CISOs advising on technology and security risk management. Mike serves on the U.S. Leaders Council for Cordaid, an international relief organization.
Mike has an MBA from the University of Oxford and a Masters in Computer Science focused on Information Assurance from New York University’s Tandon School of Engineering and has authored several patents related to cybersecurity and privacy.
Efstratios Gavas | Director of Urban Technology, NYC Cyber Command
Efstratios is currently the Director of Urban Technology at NYC Cyber Command. He previously worked at the Federal Reserve Bank of NY, United States Merchant Marine Academy, and was the Assistant Director of the Cyber Security Program at NYU Tandon School.
Dan Guido | CEO, Trail of Bits
Dan Guido is the CEO of Trail of Bits, a cybersecurity firm he founded in 2012 to address software security challenges with cutting-edge research. In his tenure leading Trail of Bits, Dan has grown the team to 40 engineers, led their work on the DARPA Cyber Grand Challenge, built an industry-leading blockchain security practice, and refined open-source tools in the endpoint security market. In addition to his work at Trail of Bits, Dan serves as a director at hack/secure, an investment syndicate focused on seed stage cybersecurity firms. He’s active on the boards of four early stage technology companies. Dan contributes to cybersecurity policy papers from RAND, CNAS, and Harvard. He runs Empire Hacking, a 1,000-member meetup group focused on NYC-area cybersecurity professionals. His latest hobby coding project -- AlgoVPN -- is the Internet's most recommended self-hosted VPN. In prior roles, Dan taught a capstone course on software exploitation at NYU as a faculty member and the Hacker in Residence, consulted at iSEC Partners (now NCC Group), and worked as an incident response analyst for the Federal Reserve System. Dan holds a bachelor’s in computer science from NYU Tandon.
Kelly Lum | Security Engineer, Spotify
Amy Man | Assistant Vice President, Cyber Resiliency, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Amy is responsible for developing strategies that aim to increase the cyber resiliency posture of the Federal Reserve’s most critical systems. Amy is a highly experienced public service professional with over 15 years of knowledge in cybersecurity policy development, assessments and training. Prior to joining the Federal Reserve, Amy was part of the National Security Agency working on offensive cyber tactics. Amy holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Polytechnic University and a Masters of Science in Computer Science from Johns Hopkins University.
Kulesh Shanmugasundaram | SVP of Engineering, Handy
Kulesh Shanmugasundaram is SVP of Engineering at Handy where he leads the development and operation of one of the largest home service marketplaces in the world. Prior to joining Handy, he helped build the first offline web app and then led engineering team as Director of Engineering at Amplify Education. He received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from NYU School of Engineering in 2006. Following his graduation he founded two startups to commercialize his thesis work in network security and digital forensics. He still remembers installing free antivirus programs on people's computers at the first CSAW in 2003.
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