Kelley works on the Account Security team at Twilio, helping developers manage and secure customer identity in their software applications. Previously she worked in a variety of API platform and data engineering roles at startups in San Francisco. She believes in making technical concepts, especially security, accessible and approachable for new audiences. In her spare time, Kelley is an avid home cook and greatly enjoys reorganizing her tiny kitchen to accommodate completely necessary small appliance purchases.
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Twilio for Experts
October 17, 1:15pm PT, WALL-E Room
From TLS to authentication, “crypto” is used for a lot more than just currencies. In 2018 security should be part of every engineer’s toolkit and cryptography is a foundation we can master together. This talk will dive into modern cryptography, the math behind how it works, and its everyday use cases. By looking at the origins of cryptography we’ll follow the progression of methods and algorithms as humans and computers evolved. You’ll leave understanding the difference between symmetric and asymmetric cryptography, why you would have a public and private key, and how those get used in a variety of applications. We’ll look at how to encrypt and decrypt data in code and discuss the reasons you should never roll your own crypto. This will not be a talk about bitcoin, but will dive into how cryptography helps secure anonymous transactions and keeps your identity and data safe.