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Security in a State of Insecurity

The pandemic has forced society and the infosec industry to adapt to challenging and sudden behavioral, situational, and technological changes. In the Security in a State of Insecurity track, we’ll explore how attackers have taken advantage of this unplanned situation, the unique ways companies have shifted and adapted to these changes, and the lessons learned therein.


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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Anastasiia Voitova

Head of Customer Solutions, Security Software Engineer @CossackLabs

Anastasiia is a software engineer with a wide background, she started her career as a mobile developer, then deepen into security engineering. Now she has focused on cryptography/applied security, she helps companies to build secure yet usable systems (oh yes, it takes efforts). Anastasiia maintains open-source cryptographic library Themis, conducts secure software development training, often speaks at international conferences, co-organizes cyber-security events and leads security chapter at WomenWhoCode Kyiv.

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