Building in the Twilio Ecosystem

October 17, 1:15pm PT, B.R.A.I.N. Room

What Trust means to Twilio

Early-stage start-ups and Fortune 500 companies alike turn to Twilio to deliver secure communications solutions. Hear from Twilio’s trust and security leaders on how we deliver trusted communications. Trust is our most important security principle. It is founded on transparency and our holistic approach to design, development, and deployment. At Twilio, we are an experienced group on a mission to protect customer data by focusing on securing global communications solutions. Meeting these security and privacy needs without compromising the pace of innovation and delivery requires a holistic effort across many disciplines throughout Twilio. Learn how Twilio Security works to pull in teams across the company to accomplish our objectives and what that means for our customers.

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Garrett Held

Twilio
Head of Security Engineering

Garrett is the Head of Security Engineering at Twilio. He has been working in Information Security for more than 15 years as a Managing Application Security Consultant, Instructor, Principal Product Security Engineer, and Director of Security. He has also led the information security strategy and maturity process for dozens of acquired companies as the Director of Acquisition Security at Salesforce.

Arianna Willett

Twilio
Head of Security Risk, Trust & Compliance

Arianna Willett is the Security Risk, Trust & Compliance leader at Twilio. Over the course of her career, she has created and run security programs for companies ranging in size from startup to Fortune 200. At Twilio, Ari has scaled her organization with the company’s rapid growth, including a successful $150M IPO. She is passionate about using transparency as the foundation of a successful business relationship. Ari graduated from Bentley University with a degree in information systems.

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