Dinis Cruz

CISO, PhotoBox Group

Dinis Cruz is the CISO of the Photobox Group and is focused on creating an team and environment where security is an enabler and accelerator for the business, while securing and protecting the digital assets from existing threats.

Dinis is very active in open source communities like OWASP, where he was a board member. He is currently part of the leadership team behind the Open Security Summit 2019, which brings together the Security community in an open and collaborative environment to work on hard security challenges we face today.

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Dinis Cruz Daily Schedule

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
KN-2
9:40 - 9:55
Thinking in Graphs
main-stage
DS-1
10:00 - 10:30
GS AppSec Daily Scrum (Mon)
Table 1
GS AppSec Daily Scrum (Tue)
Table 1
GS AppSec Daily Scrum (Wed)
Table 1
GS AppSec Daily Scrum (Thu)
Table 1
GS AppSec Daily Scrum (Fri)
Table 1
AM-1
10:30 - 12:30
Time slot over-subscribed
Invited
Security Questions workshop
Montague room
Summit Onboarding
Maulden room
Time slot over-subscribed
Using maps to define how to capture, detect and prevent 6 real-world security incidents
Larch room
Time slot over-subscribed
Using JIRA-NeoVis to graph Threat Models
Wardley Mapping – a practical session on how to use value chain mapping
Larch room
Time slot over-subscribed
Using Jira to handle Incident Response - simulations
Using JIRA-NeoVis to create graphical representations of JIRA data
Larch room
PM-1
13:30 - 15:00
Time slot over-subscribed
Creating a Steady-State Hypothesis
Pedley room
Hands-on JIRA Schema refactoring
Larch room
Using User Story Mapping for effective communication
Larch room
Time slot over-subscribed
Invited
Hands-on GDPR Patterns
Portland room
Writing security tests to confirm vulnerabilities and fixes
Pedley room
Using AI and ML for incident response
Larch room
PM-2
15:30 - 16:30
Time slot over-subscribed
Create Wardley Maps for multiple security scenarios
Larch room
Using JIRA-NeoVis to graph GDPR Data Journeys
Larch room
secureCodeBox - How to improve your CI/CD pipeline with automated security tests
Pedley room
Time slot over-subscribed
CISO Ask Me Anything (AMA)
JIRA Risk Workflow
Portland room
Squad Modelling and Cross Functional Teams
Pedley room
SOC Value Chain using Wardley maps
Larch room
PBX-GS Offsite session 5
317 - Photobox villa
PM-3
16:30 - 17:30
PBX-GS Offsite session 1
314 - Owasp Projects villa
PBX-GS Offsite session 2
317 - Photobox villa
Time slot over-subscribed
GDPR Appropriate Security Controls
Portland room
Integrating Security into an Spotify Model (and using Squads for Security teams)
Maulden room
Time slot over-subscribed
PBX-GS Offsite session 4
317 - Photobox villa
Using graphs for GDPR mappings and visualisations
Summit Wrap Up
main-hall
DS-3
18:00 - 19:00
Eve-1
19:30 - 21:00
Create a Slack bot in Python
313 - DevSecCon villa
Eve-2
21:00 - 23:00
Using Threat Models for GDPR
317 - Photobox villa
Time slot over-subscribed
Using Neo4J Enterprise
Writing Checkmarx SAST rules
313 - DevSecCon villa
Using Veracode SAST Engine

Participating sessions details

Title Description type When Time Acting as
secureCodeBox - How to improve your CI/CD pipeline with automated security tests Hands on session to introduce the new project secureCodeBox.io and how you could use it to improve your CI/CD pipeline with automated security tests easily. user-session Wed PM-2 participant

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