Security and Future Interfaces

Wednesday 25 April 2018

Our Speakers

Khalil Dimachkie , SmilePass

Biometrics and invisible interfaces

Biometrics are on the rise and offer a unique opportunity to ID and track people unobtrusively. SmilePass uses biometrics to help businesses reduce fraud while building customer trust and insight. Khalil will talk about the future functionality of biometrics, and the global effort to enable the next generation of identity verification.

Adam Alton & Stu Cox , Potato

How to create secure digital products

Developments in technology and human interaction are making the world of security even more complex and murky. As creators of digital products, security is an essential part of our work. We have a responsibility not only to protect our customers and their data, but in doing so, gain their trust to build strong brands. Drawing on their experience with some of the world’s leading technology companies, Potato senior developers Stu and Adam talk through how to take an idea, come up with potential threat models, try to break it, fix and iterate.

Liliana Kastilio , Snyk

npm install disaster-waiting-to-happen

Many future interfaces are built on open source packages and libraries that save us time, money and much-needed sanity. But with each new dependency comes the risk that we are giving entry to more than we bargained for… Take a look at the tools and techniques you can use today to ensure you don’t introduce a game-ending security vulnerability.

The Venue

Wednesday 25 April 2018, 18:30 - 21:00

The Network Building, 97 Tottenham Court Road
London W1T 4TP

Free Entry. Refreshments Provided.

Ticket Details

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