SGInnovate Presents: In Conversation with John Graham-Cumming, CTO of Cloudflare - Building A Better Internet
Presented by SGInnovate; Partnered with Cloudflare
Join us on 2 April for a night of discussion with Cloudflare's CTO, John Graham-Cumming, about how to build a better Internet. John is visiting Cloudflare's APAC HQ in Singapore, and will be sharing his personal experiences and discussing the latest security trends in this highly connected world. He will also be doing some live demonstrations.
It's common to see headlines about major hacks and enormous DDoS attacks, but what's behind the headlines? How much DDoS activity is there on a day to day basis? What does an attempt to break into a web site look like? Who gets attacked? How can companies protect themselves against DDoS attacks? And is it possible to stay up to date with all the latest vulnerabilities?
John will cover these topics and cut through the hype in a session based on the real attacks Cloudflare sees against it's almost 8 million web properties, apps, APIs and sites.
The event will bring together professionals across many industries for an evening of open discussion. It will provide a unique opportunity to interact with a dynamic group and share knowledge in a relaxed setting.
Date: 2 April 2018
Time: 5:30pm – 7:30pm
Venue: 32 Carpenter Street, Singapore 059911
5:30pm - 6:00pm: Registration
6:00pm - 7:00pm: “How to build a better Internet”
- Speaker: John Graham-Cumming, CTO, Cloudflare
- Moderator: Rahil Bhagat, APAC Head of Content, unbound
7:00pm - 7:30pm: Networking and refreshments
Biography of John Graham-Cumming
John Graham-Cumming is CTO of Cloudflare and is a computer programmer and author. He studied mathematics and computation at Oxford and stayed for a doctorate in computer security. As a programmer, he has worked in Silicon Valley and New York, the UK, Germany and France and currently works at Cloudflare. His open source POPFile program won a Jolt Productivity Award in 2004.
He is the author of a travel book for scientists published in 2009 called The Geek Atlas and has written articles for The Times, The Guardian, The Sunday Times, The San Francisco Chronicle, New Scientist and other publications.