The June edition of TechLunch is about Security.
Our 3 speakers will be:
• Antoine Cardon (https://twitter.com/Toinews) (Algolia (https://www.algolia.com/)) SSH hidden feature and How to improve security
• Charles Bochet (https://twitter.com/charlesbochet) (Sicara (https://www.sicara.com/)) How to Hack Your Neighbor's webcam
• (https://twitter.com/fbouteruche)Don Goodman-Wilson (https://twitter.com/degoodmanwilson) (Sqreen (https://www.sqreen.io/)) - Invisible UX: Empathy implies security // As many designers will tell you, the best parts of any UX are the invisible parts—the parts that just work, that your customers never have to think about. We call this empathy. Consider: When our app is not secure, we risk exposing our customers to the pain of data loss, or identity or monetary theft—not very empathetic, is it? User empathy ultimately demands taking application security seriously.
We will have three talks of 15mn each (with a 5mn break for questions in between), followed by a more casual networking time.
Note that this event is scheduled during lunch. We will have food for all the registered persons, but try not to be late so we do not waste.
Entrance will be at the corner of Rue St-Martin and Rue Pernelle, 4th floor.
Talks will be in English, recorded and published on YouTube afterwards.