DISC is a one-day conference dedicated to all avenues of cloud business software.
Registration is free and food & beverage will be provided.
Saturday 15 September 2018
8:30 – 17:00
602 00 Brno
Developers & QAs, security specialists, backend, XD and UI enthusiasts.
Sean Fay is a Lead Architect in the Infrastructure group at Oracle NetSuite, where he is responsible for the core computing services that underpin NetSuite's highly reliable business cloud computing platform. In previous roles at Fortify Software and Hewlett-Packard, he worked on new techniques for applying static program analysis and runtime instrumentation to the problem of software security.
Alexandra works at Medallia - a customer experience management software company - as a Sr. Technical Program Manager supporting the security organization. She started her career as a project coordinator in the Dietary Supplement industry and made a big jump to software development in 2013, where she later became a certified Scrum Master (CSM) and practiced agile methodologies within the Security team at NetSuite. Although she enjoys the day to day operations, she is most thrilled in the challenges of rolling out large security programs within a company. She is sought out for her innovative ways to make security fun within an organization.
Rachelle is the Director of Compliance for Oracle's NetSuite global business unit. She manages the security and privacy compliance programs for all NetSuite services. She started her career as an IT Auditor and Technology Risk Consultant with EY, where she worked with multinational companies, reviewing their IT general controls and re-engineering business processes to improve efficiency. For the last 13 years, she has been focused on building programs and providing guidance on how to establish, maintain, and improve business process and controls to meet security and privacy obligations across different industries.
Petr Chalupa is a Principal Member of Technical Staff with Oracle Labs. He joined Oracle in 2015 after an eight year long career building complex Ruby applications. Petr contributes to the Ruby language implementation and the Truffle framework.
Alvaro Muñoz (@pwntester) works as Principal Software Security Researcher with Micro Focus Fortify, Software Security Research (SSR). His research focuses on different programming languages and web application frameworks searching for vulnerabilities or unsafe uses of APIs. Before joining the research team, he worked as an Application Security Consultant helping enterprises to deploy their application security programs. Muñoz has presented at many Security conferences including BlackHat, Defcon, RSA, AppSec USA and EU, HP Protect, DISCCON, etc and holds several infosec certifications, including OSCP, GWAPT and CISSP. Alvaro plays CTF games with int3pids team. He blogs at http://www.pwntester.com/.
Jacob West is Vice President, Cloud Operations for the NetSuite business at Oracle. West leads research and development for technology to identify and mitigate security threats, particularly in the software layer of cloud deployments. West has over a 15 years of experience developing, delivering, and monetizing innovative security solutions beginning with static analysis research at the University of California, Berkeley and later as a security researcher at Fortify Software.
Prior to joining NetSuite, West served as Chief Technology Officer for Enterprise Security Products at Hewlett-Packard, where he founded and led HP Security Research. Earlier at HP, West served as Chief Technology Officer for Fortify and leader of Fortify Software Security Research.
A world-recognized expert on software security, West co-authored the book, “Secure Programming with Static Analysis” with colleague and Fortify founder, Brian Chess, in 2007. West is a member of the California Cybersecurity Task Force, co-authors the Building Security in Maturity Model (BSIMM), and is a frequent keynote speaker.
A graduate of the University of California, Berkeley, West holds dual-degrees in Computer Science and French and resides in San Francisco, California.
Bhavin Thakkar is Principal Database Engineer at Oracle NetSuite. Passionate and patient when it comes to database tuning. 10+ years of development and engineering experience on variety of database systems. Studied Master of Applied Science (Computer Systems) with majors in Database Systems from RMIT Melbourne (Australia).
Chris Andrews trained to be an electrical engineer, but in the process found out that the Internet was a thing and was far more interesting. He became a sysadmin instead and then a developer, and has spent the last 15 years working on a number of different SaaS platforms. At Oracle NetSuite, he is a Senior Developer concerned with building scalable and extensible Commerce websites on the NetSuite platform.
Chris Blum is a Co-founder of NetSuite and its former Chief Security Architect. His career spans three decades and several compute architectures. He wrote his first formal security paper entitled “Computer Crime” at the age of 13 in 1982 using an IBM Selectric II typewriter.
Bruno is a Senior Manager in Platform group at Oracle | NetSuite. He has over a decade of experience in building large scale enterprise information systems on top of the Oracle Database. For the last 6 years, he has been mostly focused on improving customizations of NetSuite’s data model and the audit of all data changes. This made the ability to store just about any unknown structure of data, in vast amounts, and still be able to easily access it, his as-yet-unfulfilled life goal.
Todd West, Director of Database Engineering and Schema is an Oracle database professional with 19 years of experience in performance optimization and design. His first performance optimization as a young adult involved extending the range and payload of model rockets. He still refuses to acknowledge “learning from failure”. When not tuning, he spends his time hiking, skiing, or tracking down obscure sources of information.
Do you want to let your code compete against others? Then you will love our SuiteBot tournament! In the tournament, you will be creating an AI for a simple game. You will code your bot, watch your bot fight other bots, improve the bot for next round and maybe win some valuable prizes in the end! Plus you will have fun and learn some valuable programming skills. To register and learn more details please visit SuiteBot webpage.
There will be additional events running simultaneously with all the presentations and we would like to invite you to participate, enjoy and learn! This is your chance to win the “SuiteBot” melee fight or join our “NetSuite – the way you want it” workshop and add new dimensions to our wonderful ERP.
More details will be provided soon.
All the events are free and with some nice prizes to win.