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Dylan Ayrey is a Security Engineer. He has been heavily involved in the open source community for a few years, and he has been doing his best to bring security practices into the cloud/devsecops world.
Allison Donovan is a security researcher who specializes in cloud-based platforms and devices. She is currently employed as a Senior Infrastructure Security Engineer at Cruise, where she secures cloud-based environments at scale, and previously she worked at Microsoft on mobile application security and site reliability engineering.
Security in Telecommunications at Technische Universität Berlin
Alexander Eichner is a software engineer currently pursing his MSc. in Computer Engineering at the Technische Universität Berlin. He focuses on writing tools helping in a better understanding of AMDs Platform Secure Processor and proprietary firmware. Previously, he presented his work at the Chaos Communication Congress.