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2022 was a busy year. Critical vulnerabilities like Log4J and Spring4Shell were keeping AppSec teams busy, concerns were growing around third party and supply chain risks as well as shadow IT and market analysts flagged External Attack Surface Management as the #1 security risk. Join our Webinar to hear experts from DataGuard and Detectify discuss major trends and learnings from 2022 and prepare us for what we can expect for the year ahead.
Security Advisor, Detectify
Frans is a tech entrepreneur and bug bounty hunter. He’s a frequent blogger at Detectify Labs and a top-ranked participant of bug bounty programs, receiving the highest bounty payout ever on HackerOne. Recently featured as #2 on Hackread’s list of 10 Famous Bug Bounty Hunters of All Time, the results of his security research have been covered in numerous international publications such as Observer, BBC, Ars Technica, and SC Magazine.
CEO & Co-founder, Detectify
As a co-founder of Detectify, Rickard has grown a group of ethical hackers with an idea for how to make the internet more secure to a successful, global security company working with some of the world’s leading companies. With his background in applied mathematics and his experience as a management consultant at McKinsey, he has led Detectify to pioneer the emerging external attack surface management product category, based on the success of the company’s other products since its launch 2013. He has lived and worked in Sweden, India, and the US. When he’s not working he can often be found outdoors, looking for the next great backcountry ski run or doing Scandinavian-inspired building projects.
Information Security Consultant, DataGuard
Emrick Etheridge is an Information Security Consultant and a certified ISO 27001 Lead Auditor. Emrick studied Computer Science at Anglia Ruskin University (Cambridge) before entering a world of Digital Forensics and Information Security for a Cambridge based company. In these roles, he consulted merchants who required either an investigation or re-certification. Emrick was also a certified Cyber Essentials assessor at the heart of the pandemic which proved to be an interesting time in industry.