2023 RSAC #3View Show Index
Eve Maler is a globally recognized strategist, innovator, and communicator on digital identity, security, privacy, and consent. As an identity and access management pioneer, she has shaped IAM standards and thought leadership for over two decades. In that time she has delivered dozens of mainstage presentations, technical education sessions, and workshops. As CTO of ForgeRock she led its Labs team investigating and prototyping innovative solutions to customers’ challenges. As a Forrester security and risk analyst she advised clients on strategy, industry developments, and best practices for IAM, strong authentication, and API security. Now Eve is on the hunt to take it to the next level.
2. Business Priorities – Not Tools – Should Dictate Cybersecurity Strategy – Mayeuresh Ektare – RSA23 #3
Mayuresh has more than 20 years of product management experience in enterprise security, networking, and SaaS. At Brinqa, he is responsible for all aspects of product management, product strategy, and technology partnerships.
Lenny Zeltser designs security solutions and shepherds them to a sustainable state. As the CISO of Axonius, he leads the security program to earn customers’ trust and fuel the company’s growth. In his prior roles, he built security products and services at companies such as NCR. Lenny helps shape cybersecurity practices by teaching at SANS Institute and sharing knowledge through writing, speaking, and community projects. He used to be hands-on in many areas of cybersecurity and IT. Now he focuses on strategy and leadership, treating security as an enabler that helps companies achieve their goals. Outside of work, Lenny loves cooking for his family and friends.
4. Digital Identity: The Key to Unlocking Trust Online With Your Customers – Michaël Lakhal – RSA23 #3
As a product manager and strategist, Michaël has more than 10 years of experience in the Digital Signature market, focusing on B2C transactions for financial services. As Director of Product Management at OneSpan, he leads two product lines: Identity Verification and Authentication to provide an end-to-end digital agreement solution. Prior to joining, Michaël was a senior product manager and senior product marketing manager at DocuSign to expand their offering in EMEA and APAC. Earlier in his career, he joined QuickSign as the first employee to build the first mass-market platform for B2C transactions based on OpenTrust signature engine, focused on onboarding for the financial industry.
5. Shrinking AppSec Risk: New Invicti Research Sees Systematic Testing Proving its Worth – Patrick Vandenberg – RSA23 #3
A seasoned cybersecurity leader, Patrick Vandenberg is the Director of Product at Invicti Security. He works closely with security and DevSecOps stakeholders to understand today’s cybersecurity pain points so we can continue to help our customers solve their application security challenges. As an alumnus of several cybersecurity companies, including Hunters, Snyk, and IBM Security, Patrick brings over 20 years of experience in cybersecurity across product marketing and product management roles. Patrick holds a degree in Systems & Computer Engineering from Carleton University and, in his free time, continues a longtime passion for coaching and playing hockey.
Jason is an accomplished business executive with experience across multiple technologies and a passion for cybersecurity. He has expertise managing businesses at scale while also developing next generation capabilities for adjacent opportunities. Jason joined VMware in 2021 to lead product management for VMware Carbon Black. Prior to VMware, Jason most recently served as Chief Product Officer at Kenna Security where he lead product management, product marketing, and business development. Prior to Kenna security, he was Vice President for Security Operations Products at McAfee, where he was responsible for McAfee’s security operations products, including SIEM, endpoint detection and response, behavioral analytics, and sandboxing. Prior to that, he served as Head of Product Management for Enterprise Routing at Cisco and held several senior positions at Symantec. He holds a B.S. in applied physics and a masters in engineering management from Cornell University, and an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.
For over three decades, Karl Triebes has helped conceive and build products, services, and businesses for networking, application software, storage, and cloud. At Imperva, he leads product management for the Application Security business unit, driving product innovation for customers. Prior, he was Executive Vice President of Product Development and CTO at F5. Triebes has also held senior leadership positions with Amazon Web Services, Foundry Networks, and Alcatel.
8. How to Improve Active Directory Resilience When the Cards Are Stacked Against You – Mickey Bresman – RSA23 #3
Mickey began his technical career in the Navy. Mickey’s comfort zone is on the front lines, helping organizations thwart and respond to cyberattacks. The long-time cybersecurity expert and entrepreneur has an extensive track record of driving revenue growth and scaling organizations across the globe.
Prior to co-founding Semperis, Mickey held the position of CTO at YouCC Technologies, a Microsoft Gold Partner integration company. As a cybersecurity thought leader, Mickey has been quoted or featured in many major publications, including Forbes, CNBC, and others. He has a B.A. in Technical Management and a Minor in Electronic Engineering.
Dave Merkel (aka “Merk”) is the co-founder of Expel as well as our Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Dave has been involved in the information security field for nearly 30 years, first as a federal agent pursuing cyber criminals in the era of floppy disks and 2400 baud modems, then as Chief Technology Officer (CTO) and vice president of products at Mandiant. Following FireEye’s acquisition of Mandiant, Dave served as the global CTO of FireEye.
Before Dave’s 10 years as a solutions provider, he spent another decade as a security practitioner. He got his start as a special agent in the Air Force Office of Special Investigations, pursuing cyber criminals and conducting digital forensic investigations, and later as head of AOL’s technical security organization. While at AOL, he created and ran the first incident response capability for AOL and Time Warner, managed software security and policy programs, and built technologies for AOL’s security infrastructure.