Andy Hoernecke is a senior application security engineer on the Product and Application Security team at Netflix, where he spends his time on security automation, identifying and driving systemic security improvements to the Netflix architecture, and developing open source security tools. Andy’s approach to security centers around finding practical solutions to long-standing, difficult problems. He couples his experience in security with his interest in data visualization to provide unique insight into today’s biggest security challenges. Previously, Andy built and ran the Application Security program for the Sears online business unit. He was also an adjunct professor at DePaul University, where he taught master’s-level courses in information security. Andy holds a master’s degree in computer engineering and information assurance at Iowa State University and is actively involved with information security efforts through multiple organizations.
Scott Behrens is a senior application security engineer for Netflix. Previously, Scott worked as a senior security consultant at Neohapsis and an adjunct professor at DePaul University. Scott’s expertise lies in security automation for application security, penetration testing, and security research. An avid coder and breaker, he has authored and contributed to a number of open source tools for both attack and defense. Scott has presented security research at ShmooCon, DEF CON, DerbyCon, Shakacon, Security Forum Hagenberg, Security BSides Chicago, and others.
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