Amelio Wright, Kayla Pate, and Mithun Chandra Jakkula Paylocity
With Security breaches becoming more prevalent daily, how do you stop your own company from making the news? Becoming proactive with security practices helps lower the risk of a security incident in your own organization. One way to practice proactive security is by embedding security testing in normal QA testing. By doing so we can help stop vulnerabilities from making it into production. In this talk we will cover what is Security Testing and why should it matter to QAs, how you can get involved today, and a walk through of what to look for in your own environment
Amelio Wright is an Ethical Hacker at Paylocity and is located in Allen, Texas, just north of Dallas. He has a Bachelor's Degree in Network Administration. Prior to transitioning into Application Security as an Ethical Hacker, he started his career developing QA Automation Frameworks for 3 years, and spent an additional 3 years developing Tax software as a Software Engineer while also serving in a dual role for 1 year as an Application Security Leader.
Kayla Pate is a Penetration Tester at Paylocity and is located in the Seattle, Washington area. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Information Systems. Kayla got her start in Security as a Security Analyst and has 4 years of experience working in Security.
Mithun Chandra Jakkula is a Penetration Tester at Paylocity and is located in Chicago, Illinois. He has a Master's Degree in Information Security from DePaul University, Chicago. Mithun has 4 years of security testing and 6 years of Information Security experience. He transitioned from Electronics and Communications Engineering background to Information Security to practice Computer/Network Security and eventually moved towards Application Security to help build secure products.
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Yosemite - 11th Floor Training
You will need to check in at the building security desk to get access to the elevators to the 11th floor. Please bring your ID. Parking is free in the parking garage attached to the building or in the visitor’s parking at the front of the building.
2:15 – 4:00 Presentation (15 minute break at 2:45)
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