Silicon Valley Code Camp : October 19 & 20, 2019

Adam Sbeta

Cyber Crime Experts
About Adam
Adam Sbeta, from Northern California, is a Cyber Security Analyst and Speaker tracking down and analyzing virus and malicious behavior since his teenage years. He's also been a System Engineer ranging from the design and support of IoT devices all the way to massive distributed computing stacks of Servers for Big Data and Machine Learning processing and their Databases, a System Integrator encouraging the usage and security of Open Source and Open Platform technologies to improve collaboration, a contributor to the Wikipedia Online Encyclopedia, and a member of the STOP. THINK. CONNECT. security awareness campaign led by the Anti-Phishing Working Group (APWG) and National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA). Sbeta continues to pursue his vision in having all software business solutions customized, integrated, secured, and in compliant with a higher business workflow efficiency. After supporting clients for 15 years and completing 100s of projects from Startups to Fortune 500 companies, Sbeta is pursuing his Masters of Engineering in Cyber Security Policy & Compliance at George Washington University in order to continue his mission of keeping the world safe from cyber criminals and inefficient insecure data workflows.
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Speaking Sessions

  • Secure Your Bottom Line: The Forgotten Cyber Battleground

    2:15 PM Sunday   Room: Fireside D
    There are really great passion and innovation in the bay area. Many don't realize the vulnerable bottom line infrastructure that we use every day, both the small and the big. Foreign governments have already stolen our fighter jet technologies and caught up to us, submarine technologies understanding how to attack us, our cyber warfare tools being used against us, and intellectual properties used to copy us.

    With rapidly growing tech companies snagging all the cyber experts they can find, cyber villains with mad skills are looking for the low hanging fruit: you. Your underlying infrastructure is more vulnerable than you think. We can't rely on neither outdated technologies nor jump on new technologies with improper security.

    Come join this session to learn the basics that could prevent not just securing your underlying infrastructure and computers, but also save yourself from a devastating ransomware or ransomcloud halting your innovations for ransom. Learn what cyber criminals are after and the easy ways to prevent a data breach and your code from being stolen.