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Make Data Work
Sept 29–Oct 1, 2015 • New York, NY
Matthew Tamayo-Rios

Matthew Tamayo-Rios
Founder & CEO, Kryptnostic

@kryptnostic

Matthew Tamayo-Rios is founder and CEO of Kryptnostic, a team of determined optimists united by the belief that individuals and organizations can safely leverage their data in the cloud. Previously, Matthew has worked at Microsoft on the OS Security team and at Palantir on the government side of the business. He studied mathematics and computer science at RPI and applied mathematics at the University of Washington. His initial foray into computer security was at the early age of nine, hacking his mother’s point-of-sale retail system to adjust the ice cream inventory.

Sessions

9:00am–5:00pm Tuesday, 09/29/2015
Data-driven Business
Location: 1 E18
Roger Magoulas (O'Reilly Media), Roger Chen (Computable), Ari Gesher (Kairos Aerospace), Hilary Mason (Cloudera Fast Forward Labs), Eva Ho (Susa Ventures), Matthew Tamayo-Rios (Kryptnostic), Ann Johnson (Interana), Gary Marcus (Geometric Intelligence), Shivon Zilis (Bloomberg Beta), Jacomo Corbo (QuantumBlack), Peter Brodsky (HyperScience), Cack Wilhelm (Scale Venture Partners), Alex Rice (HackerOne), Chris Wake (Spire Global, Inc.), Harper Reed (Modest), Dennis Mortensen (x.ai), Rajiv Maheswaran (Second Spectrum), Jessica Stauth (Quantopian)
Average rating: ***..
(3.93, 14 ratings)
This is a day to learn about the data innovations that have the potential to blindside even the most careful organizations. Aimed at decision makers, the Innovation + Growth program focuses on how data-oriented startups, academics, and venture capitalists approach innovation and the potential to disrupt incumbent business models. Read more.
10:00am–10:15am Tuesday, 09/29/2015
I+G
Location: 1E 18
Matthew Tamayo-Rios (Kryptnostic)
Average rating: ***..
(3.50, 2 ratings)
Organizations working with sensitive or highly regulated information such as financial firms, insurance companies, and law enforcement face a myriad of privacy, security, compliance, and data residency challenges. Searchable encryption helps tackle those challenges in public and private clouds. Read more.