A few weeks before the news of the NSA domestic spying program came to light, we had some of the top experts in online security on our stage to share insights on how startups can avoid security headaches before they appear.
Needless to say, had this conversation taken place a few days later, the tone would have been markedly different.
Tune in to learn expert advice from:
* Joe Sullivan, Chief Security Officer of Facebook
* Michael Coates, Director of Security Assurance at Mozilla
* Mark Risher, CEO/Founder, of Impermium
* Deron McElroy, Director of Regional Partnerships, Cybersecurity and Communications (CS&C) at U.S. Department of Homeland Security (Invited)
* Dan Goodin, IT Security Editor at Ars Technica (Moderating)
Watch it here. (And be sure to select the HD version!)
SF New Tech is San Francisco’s largest, longest-running, and most loved technology showcase. It didn’t start that way. It took years of hard work from its creator, Myles Weissleder, to get the show to that point. I met Myles more than five years ago after I attended my first SF New Tech event and was really impressed with how he followed up with all the attendees. I ended up writing an article entitled “A great example of conference follow up.” Since then I’ve attended dozens of SF New Tech events and was honored to be invited by Myles and Outlook.com to cover the third leg of their event New Tech Tour in Las Vegas.
I chatted with Myles about the event, what it is, and why it’s on tour. In the video is also Tony Stilling of Microsoft, who explains why Outlook.com is proud to support both SF New Tech and New Tech on Tour.
Hey SF New Tech Peeps! All the videos from our July 10 event with AccessNow.org, Syntellia, Clustrix, PoolParty, Fenrir, TheAppBuilder, Freedom Registry are posted.