David Stubley

Founder - 7 Elements

Title and overview coming soon! Founder of 7 Elements, David brings over 17 years of experience within the technical security market, where he has gained a wealth of knowledge and expertise through the delivery of security testing and in the provision of technical expertise to high profile incidents. He has performed key roles in security…

Eileen McLaren

VP Software Engineering

About Eileen A specialist in scaling engineering teams, Eileen joined the team at Cognitive Geology to help take them from startup to global supplier. Eileen was instrumental in helping grow the teams at Skyscanner and Fanduel, and also spent time with ThoughtWorks – the leading agile delivery services company – helping their clients evolve engineering teams. Eileen…

Elmar Eperiesi-Beck

CEO, Eperi GmbH

Data Encryption 3.0 & GDPR Requirements for 21st century enterprise data security In May 2018 the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into effect. From then on companies have to encrypt their Personal Identifiable Information (PII). Otherwise they face severe penalties. In the worst case, these penalties can amount to up to 4% of the world’s…

Scott Helme

Security Researcher

CSP STS PKP SRI ETC OMG WTF BBQ… The sane version of my talk title would be ‘Modern Browser Security Features’ but sometimes it can feel like we’re just staring at a bunch of acronyms! In this talk I’m going to introduce you to some awesome features that we can use to quickly and easily…

Adam Dallis

Head of Development, Cooper Software

 How to (or not) estimate accurately. Millions of software engineers develop software every day, and a large percentage still tend to make promises on fixed deadlines and fixed scope. I will try to present the negatives of this approach but also provide alternatives, that would not only allow you to meet expectations but actually affect…

Christos Matskas

Senior Azure Developer PFE, Microsoft

DevOps: Zero to Hero with Visual Studio Team ServicesDevOps doesn’t have to be complicated and yet we are still getting it wrong in 2017. The problem so far has been tool choice overload and the required effort to set the whole process right. However, in the end, the benefits to your organization and customers can…

Aaron Quigley
Prof. Aaron Quigley

Professor of Human Computer Interaction in the University of St Andrews

Intelligent User Interfaces, underpinned by AI and other novel interaction techniques Overview coming soon About Aaron Professor Aaron Quigley is the Chair of Human Computer Interaction in the University of St Andrews. Aaron will discuss Intelligent User Interfaces, underpinned by AI and other novel interaction techniques. Aaron is a convenor of the ACM Future of…

Joe Shanley

Senior iOS Consultant, Waracle

Data Analysis and Visualisation for Sensor Networks As modern sensor networks provide even more opportunities within the Internet of Things (IoT) landscape, Joe Shanley describes various scenarios where the Waracle team have taken ideas from theory into prototype. Joe explains how the gathered data was collected and analysed, and how this could scale up in…

Dermot Murray
Dermot Murray

VP Product Development, Inoapps

Adding insight to enterprise – how the next generation of IOT can be used to add context and insight into corporate ERPThe latest generation of personal tracker devices such as Fitbit can provide individuals with huge motivational drivers for their personal fitness and wellbeing – but when that stream of information is combined with corporate…

Ben Gilburt

 Winter AI is comingBen will take a look into the present day and near future for Artificial Intelligence, dispelling the world of sentient Artificial General Intelligence and instead focusing on the level of AI that businesses have at their disposal today and the social and ethical questions that must be considered even around hard-coded and soft…