In today's threat landscape, security teams are overwhelmed with the number of alerts generated by their security stack. However, not all alerts are equally critical, and it's essential to prioritize them based on their severity and context impact on the organization. In this panel discussion, our AppSec experts will share their experiences and insights on how to effectively prioritize alerts and reduce alert fatigue. They will discuss best practices for triaging alerts, techniques to automate the process, and strategies to ensure that the most critical alerts receive immediate attention. Join us to learn from the experts on how to effectively manage security alerts and improve your organization's security posture.
CEO and co-founder Backslash Security
Passionate about building and leading teams, I have successfully grown Engineering and Product teams from scratch, leveraging Agile methodologies. My focus lies in Application and Cloud Security, advocating for context-driven AppSec decisions.
Sr Security Engineering Manager, Datadog
Trupti Shiralkar is a Sr Engineering Manager at Datadog. Her 15+ years of industry experience ranges from Fortune 500s to small startups including Illumio, Amazon, Hewlett Packard, Q2ebanking and ATSEC Information Security. She holds a Master of Science degree in Information Security from Johns Hopkins University Information Security Institute (JHUISI) and several security certifications. As a product security leader and seasoned public speaker, she is committed to sharing her knowledge to influence positive security and reduce organization wide risk. She holds a patent for secure and anonymous electronic polling.
Engineering Manager, Paylocity
Joe Christian currently serves as the Engineering Manager for the DevSecOps Platforms team at Paylocity. Previously, Joe held leadership positions at Brex and Zappos. Joe is also a Cyber Defense Ph.D. student at Dakota State University.
Senior Manager, Security Engineering, eBay
Kiran Shirali is currently responsible for the Security Engineering functions (Security Detection and Automation) at eBay and has been in the space of security (Application Security, Offensive Security and Incident Response) for over 10 years.