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Tuesday, July 25 • 10:00 - 10:45
Something Wicked: Defensible Social Architecture in the context of Big Data, Behavioral Econ, Bot Hives, and Bad Actors

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Infosec is a game of 3D speed chess, and we’re on the board moving faster and faster every day. So why does it feel like we’re pawns on the sidelines, suiting-up and picking teams? Today’s defenders need to design and architect systems that operate in real-time at internet scale, but that also protect millions of customers, transactions, endpoints, and actions on any given day. As scale and complexity grow exponentially, manual intervention must be the exception and not the expectation. At the same time security strategy must include the economic angle: how to balance the needs of users with the capabilities of incentivized bad actors. Many systems are turning to new design-driven approaches, infused with data and ML/AI, to help drive defenses optimized for the human factor directly into the fabric of their platform.

In this talk we’ll explore the technology and economics that are crucial to our success, as well as the path security must take to meet the challenges of our new normal: dynamic social systems with large threat surfaces, expanding complexity, invisible interdependencies, and unpredictable attackers.

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Allison Miller Keynote Speaker

Senior Vice President Engineering, Bank of America
Allison Miller (@selenakyle) leads the engineering efforts for Bank of America's information security organization. With over 15 years of building teams and technology that protect people and platforms, Allison is known for her expertise in designing and implementing real-time risk... Read More →

Tuesday July 25, 2017 10:00 - 10:45 PDT
Chill Out Room (Florentine C&D) 255 E Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89169