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Al is the CEO and Co-founder at SafeBase. Al is a successful serial entrepreneur who personally felt the pain and inefficiency of vendor security assessments. He founded his first company, Picmonic (acquired), out of college. He has also worked on Wall Street in New York and as a VC in San Francisco before founding SafeBase. Al met his co-founder and CTO at Harvard. The team is on a mission to create a world in which companies with solid security programs can gain a competitive advantage in the sales process.
Kristen Deuel CISA, CRISC, PMP, CBCP is the Director of Cybersecurity Risk at Mindbody where she’s been leading cybersecurity risk management for global, mid-market SaaS marketplace with diverse product verticals since 2018. She also provides management and leadership to the Cyber Risk team. She is accountable for continuous improvement and maturity of programs. Prior to leading cybersecurity risk at Mindbody, she was a Principal Consultant Kayardee Consulting, LLC where she served clients including Nike and Smarsh. Kristen has over 25 years of technology experience and a Master’s Degree (Magna Cum Laude) in Disaster Science.
Kathy Wang is CISO at Very Good Security, and is a recognized thought leader in information security with a strong background in research and security leadership. She has worked in government, commercial, and technology startup environments, and currently advises security services/products startup companies. Kathy is also an internationally-recognized malware expert, who has researched, developed, evaluated, and operationalized various solutions for detecting and preventing client-side attacks used by advanced persistent threats (APT), as they target common platforms. She has spoken at many conferences and panels, including RSAC, DEFCON, and REcon. Kathy has co-authored a book, Beautiful Security, and holds a BS and MS in electrical engineering from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
SafeBase empowers security & GRC teams to develop a customer-facing Trust Center that automates the security review process. Companies use SafeBase to reduce security questionnaires, create a better buying experience, accelerate sales velocity, and position security as a revenue driver.
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