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User Adaptive Security

The chaos and variability introduced by 2020 has made us focus more on how our users securely operate within a culture of Freedom and Responsibility. Join Jesse and Christina as we revisit the challenges we’ve faced in this changing landscape. We’ll talk about how we’ve had to readjust our bets and investments around user-focused security tooling, and will explore some new strategies towards a tiered access approach within endpoint security.


Christina Camilleri

Senior Security Engineer @Netflix

Christina is a security engineer on the Studio & Corporate Security team at Netflix leading the initiative of building and shaping endpoint security for employees. Previously, she worked on the Rioter Security team at Riot Games, where she focused on employee security, external threats and security awareness training. Prior to that, Christina worked as a penetration tester at Bishop Fox, with efforts primarily concentrated in social engineering and web-application pentesting. She is passionate about security education, motorcycles, video games, whisky, and rock climbing.

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Jesse Kriss

Senior Software Engineer @Netflix

Jesse makes software for humans, and helps humans make better tools. His background is in full stack web development, human-computer interaction, and information visualization. He works on Stethoscope and other user-focused security initiatives at Netflix. Previously, Jesse applied various mixes of design and software engineering at NASA/JPL, the Obama 2012 tech team, Figure 53, and IBM Research. He lives with his family in San Francisco, although physical location seems somewhat illusory these days.

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