4–7 Nov 2019
Eleanor Saitta

Eleanor Saitta
Practice Lead, Systems Structure Ltd.

Website | @Dymaxion

Eleanor Saitta is a practice lead at Systems Structure Ltd, a security architecture and strategy consultancy with media, finance, healthcare, infrastructure, and software clients across the US and Europe. She’s worked in security for 16 years, covering everything from core security engineering and architecture work for Fortune 50 software firms to cross-domain security for news organizations and NGOs targeted by nation states. She’s a cofounder and developer for Trike, an open source threat modeling methodology and tool that partially automates the art of security analysis, and has contributed to the Briar and Mailpile secure messaging projects. She’s also a regular speaker at industry conferences; past venues include the O’Reilly Velocity Conference, Kiwicon, ToorCon, CCC, Hack In The Box, and HOPE, among others. You can find her on twitter as @dymaxion and at https://dymaxion.org. SSL lives at https://structures.systems.


13:2514:05 Thursday, 7 November 2019
Location: Hall A4
Eleanor Saitta (Systems Structure Ltd.)
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Infrastructure as code and immutable images can make your systems radically more secure and improve team resilience, but Eleanor Saitta outlines why taking advantage of them requires rethinking the role of ops both technically and philosophically. Read more.
  • Oracle Cloud Infrastructure
  • Cloudflare
  • JFrog
  • Akamas
  • Aqua Security Software
  • Fastly
  • Google
  • Instana
  • JetBrains
  • LaunchDarkly
  • LightStep
  • OVHcloud
  • SignalFx
  • VictorOps
  • Wayfair
  • Blameless
  • Chronosphere
  • FusionReactor
  • humanitec
  • replex GmbH
  • StackState
  • Datadog
  • GitLab
  • Gremlin
  • StormForger
  • SysEleven GmgH
  • Vamp.io

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