[Owasp-brooklyn] Invitation to Eligible Security Event
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Sat Sep 3 18:21:44 UTC 2016
OWASP Brooklyn Members are cordially invited to a free event at Eligible HQ on
September 15th, 2016 from 6 pm to 9 pm, Eligible HQ is located at 42 West
Street, Floor 5, Brooklyn, NY 11222. Registration for Eligible's "Security
in Healthcare" event: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/s
Eligible is happy to announce their first annual security event. This event
will feature a panel of leaders in healthcare security. They will discuss
security challenges related to software engineering in a regulated industry
and the creative ways that they have brought modern software practices into
a world that has often suffered from stagnation in the name of compliance.
This panel aims to give practical advice and share its collective knowledge
in order to help grow the New York healthcare community.
*Moderator:* Flatiron Health’s Julian Cohen
Julian Cohen is Flatiron Health’s Criminal Business Strategy and Tactics
Specialist. Previously, he has held a variety of security roles at
academic, technology, finance, consulting, and defense organizations.
Julian ran NYU’s OSIRIS Lab from 2010 to 2013. In his tenure there, he
created their internationally-recognized Hack Night training program and
transformed their CSAW CTF competition into the largest CTF competition in
the world during the 2012 calendar year.
Aaron Bedra (Eligible’s CSO)
Aaron is Chief Security Officer at Eligible. He is the creator of
Repsheet, an open source threat intelligence tool kit. Aaron is the
co-author of Programming Clojure, 2nd Edition and a frequent open source
Maura Killeen (Oscar Head of Security)
Maura is currently Head of Security for Oscar Health. Prior to
joining Oscar’s security engineering team, she was an early
research and development at Confer, a threat detection platform that was
recently acquired by Carbon Black. She has also worked in
and incident response for large enterprise organizations.
Justin Berman (Flatiron Health CSO)
Justin is currently the head of security for Flatiron Health.
Previously he has held roles running security architecture for
Associates and, and as a principal security consultant for
He is fascinated by the use of automation in security, especially within
the incident response chain. He maintains just enough knowledge about
technology to be dangerous.
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