Product Management event in San Francisco about how to design for cyber security.
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Ever wondered what the two most valued tech roles are?
The answer is data scientists and cyber security professionals. There are an estimated 1 million job openings for cyber security experts in the US alone. Information-driven product design uses information theory to combine data science and security skills while developing profitable products.
In a nutshell, information theory defines a logarithmic measure that only depends on the probability of events and is impartial to the value of the event itself. In other words, information theory treats alien landing and earthquakes equally if they occur at the same frequency. This impartial perspective will guide our product development and simultaneously enable more data-driven design while restricting the information we reveal to the outside world for a potential misuse.
Nikon Rasumov talked about how to build more secure products and make hackers’ lives more difficult. He also discussed how building products that enable a strong foundation for data science and increase in revenue are important.
Nikon Rasumov, Director of Product Management at Symantec, has 10 years of experience in building B2C and B2B start-ups from the ground up. He holds a Ph.D. from Cambridge University in computational neuroscience as well as affiliations with MIT and Singularity University. As an expert in information driven product design, his publications and patents deal with how to minimize vulnerabilities resulting from sharing too much information.
Chapter 1 0:55 Shortage of skills - How to fill the gap?
Chapter 2 2:20 Frameworks for product design
Chapter 3 7:05 Information theory
Chapter 4 9:40 Data science of information driven product design
Chapter 5 13:05 Logging into your email example
Chapter 6 15:20 The leaking battery example
Chapter 7 16:55 Combining data science and security
Chapter 8 18:00 Examples of leaking client information
Chapter 9 20:20 Outsmarting the product life cycle
Chapter 10 23:00 Key benefits of info driven product design
Chapter 11 24:30 Questions from the audience
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