December 21, 2018 — While security is often associated as a non-revenue function, it’s one of the top critical pieces to the success of any website. The challenge website owners face with security however is that it can be perceived as technically complex, and the idea of effectively deploying security can be overwhelming. How do we employ a security framework that we can understand, maintain and deploy?
This session will present the idea of a basic Security Framework that any website owner can adapt and deploy. Whether a one man team, or an organization with a dedicated security operation center, this talk is designed to introduce and refresh the basic principles as they apply to Information Security, specifically websites.
April 28, 2016 — Tony Perez will be opening up the business track by tackling the first of our core questions on Sunday. Sure, sometimes it’s hard to ask for advice. But what do you do when you get it? How do you determine what to do with it? Should you listen to it all? Ok, maybe that’s more than one question. But we’re confident Tony will have some great advice for us.
December 11, 2015 — WordPress is one of the most, if not the most, recognized website platform available in the market. Dominating over 25% of the market, it’s no surprise that it’s the preferred technology by marketers, sales professionals, small and large business alike, and those intent in nefarious actions.
It’s popularity is often attributed to it’s flexibility, usability and of-course, community. With all the positive though, there is and continues to be an overarching security shadow that gets introduced into every conversation.
In this presentation, we look to educate and bring awareness to the real challenges the platform faces when it comes to security. We will also dispel rumors and myths, while providing a realistic, objective, overview of the current state of security affairs in the WordPress ecosystem.
The web is a constantly evolving domain, making even the most skilled security professionals faint at the idea of staying ahead of the latest and emerging threats. We will provide perspective, and educate the masses around the things that really matter and the things being done to improve the online experience for millions.
May 17, 2015 — This talk shares the challenges of a remote work force; talk to people issues, culture, growth challenges, scaling, and everything in between.
October 16, 2014 — The threats website owners face today range in scale and complexity – from large DDOS attacks leveraging WordPress core functionality, to vulnerabilities found in some of the largest plugins in the ecosystem.
The Security dilemma is not shrinking, it’s getting bigger and more today, than ever, it’s important we take the time to educate and bring awareness to the things everyday website owners can do to improve their over security posture.
Security is not a turn of a knob, or click of an option, it’s about state of mind, it’s about good posture.
August 20, 2014 — The key to website security is awareness, is what will be achieved in this talk. Getting down to the basics and sharing insight that very few can share through the experiences we have ascertained at Sucuri. The latest threats and trends will be shared, and of course, some good, hardening takeaways and recommendations.
July 2, 2014 — The key to website security is awareness, is what will be achieved in this talk. Getting down to the basics and sharing insight that very few can share through the experiences we have ascertained at Sucuri. The latest threats and trendsare shared, and of course, some good, hardening takeaways and recommendations.
May 18, 2014 — The key to website security is awareness. Getting down to the basics and sharing insight that very few can share through the experiences we have ascertained at Sucuri. Sharing the latest threats, trends, and of course some good hardening takeaways and recommendations.
March 19, 2014 — Cut through the noise and the false sense of security. This presentation is a no nonsense approach to reducing risk with WordPress.