- BeerOps 2018 Year-End Celebration, 4th of Dec - NEW VENUE!!!
BeerOps – Australia’s Largest DevOps & Data Networking Event! **EVENTBRITE REGISTRATION ONLY** https://meetupmadness-beerops-sydney-xmas-2018.eventbrite.com.au “By registering for this event you agree to have your details shared with sponsors who may contact you after the event” 500 + Engineers in Attendance Free entry Sponsor Giveaways Prize Competitions Complimentary Food Beer, Wine and Soft Drinks all on the Sponsor Tab. Networking Fun We’re Hiring Shout Outs! Here’s our #BeerOps YearEnd schedule for Dec 2018: SYDNEY - 4th of Dec (first Tuesday) All Hands Brewing House 22 The Promenade King Street Wharf Sydney, NSW[masked]:30 PM - Registration / 6:00 PM - Event Start **Same deal as always, the event remains not for profit, with all net proceeds going to some great charitable causes.** **EVENTBRITE REGISTRATION ONLY** https://meetupmadness-beerops-sydney-xmas-2018.eventbrite.com.au Join our TWITTER COMPETITION! During the course of the event: Follow @meetupmadness and tweet a picture with one of our awesome sponsors tagging #BeerOps ***Awesome PRIZES await those who send us the BEST tweets!!!*** Grab your free ticket quick, and see you there! Stephen, Gerhard, Ricardo & Amanda
- DevSecOps October Meetup (Special Edition)
Details This will be an event you do not want to miss! We have lined up two incredible speakers, with our first speaker having spoken at many international security / hacking conferences whom has developed an innovative continuous security platform. If you are interested in hearing about how your organisation can benefit from continuous security and continuous monitoring to improve your security posture - this is one event you will not want to miss. To attend this event you must register on eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/devsecops-sydney-innovative-hacking-continuous-security-for-the-enterprise-tickets-50514037847 Location: Optiver Asia Pacific, 39 Hunter Street, Sydney CBD First Speaker Shubham Shah - Co-founder/CTO at Assetnote, Internationally acclaimed hacker Topic: Catch Me If You Can - Ephemeral Vulnerabilities in Bug Bounties Bio: Shubham Shah is the co-founder and CTO of Assetnote, a platform for continuous monitoring of your external attack surface. Shubham is a prolific bug bounty hunter in the top 50 hackers on HackerOne and has presented at various industry events including QCon London, Kiwicon, BSides Canberra and WAHCKon. Shubham is also a founder of the charity Hackers Helping Hackers which provides hackers from under-represented and less privileged groups access to industry events, mentorship and training. Second Speaker Phillimon Zongo - CEO & Founder at CISO Advisory Pty Ltd Topic: Phil will share practical insights with delegate on how he radically transformed his career path from an ordinary IT Risk Manager into a well regarded global cyber security thought leader and Amazon Best Selling Author. Bio: Phillimon is a passionate and experienced cyber security leader, advisor, author, and public speaker based in Sydney, Australia. His primary goal is to simplify the critical subject of cyber security, enabling the most senior business officers to strike the right balance between opportunity and cyber risk. Some of his career highlights include: Author of The Five Anchors of Cyber Resilience, an Amazon Best Selling contemporary strategy book that absorbs the ambiguity and complexity associated with cyber security and passes on practical guidance to directors, business executives, CISOs and other risk management professionals. 2017 winner of ISACA International’s Michael Cangemi Best Book/Article for his article, The Automation Conundrum. The global award, which is among ISACA’s highest honours, recognises individuals for major contributions to publications in the field of IS Audit, control and/or security. 2016 winner of the ISACA Sydney’s first ever Best Governance Professional of the Year Award, a recognition from his industry peers on the thought leadership he contributes to the technology risk profession.