Anthony Harrison is an experienced independent consultant from the UK delivering and securing mission critical systems. He founded and is currently the director of APH10, a consultancy focused on helping organisations manage software risks more effectively.
He has been involved in promoting the software bill of materials (SBOM) since 2021 as a way of supporting vulnerability management, and taken part in various working groups related to SBOM, including the SBOM Forum, SPDX Defects and OpenSSF SBOM Everywhere initiative.
Anthony has also been actively promoting open-source for many years and regularly contributes to an increasing number of related projects.
APH10 was founded in 2022 to help organizations identify, assess, and mitigate software risks, especially those related to security and resilience.
Currently developing a product to reduce the time and effort required to assess and manage software vulnerabilities by providing an automated process which prioritises the vulnerabilities.
Described by Forbes as one of the ‘21 leaders of change’ in 2021, Irene Hernandez is an entrepreneur, sought-after speaker and educator, who has cemented her work in the world of cybersecurity and blockchain technologies. As the founder and CEO of GATACA, she is defining a new decentralised identity architecture for the internet, empowering individuals and businesses to take control of their data and safeguard their privacy.
Irene is a seasoned professional with over 15 years of experience advising multinational corporations on IT strategies, bringing an in-depth understanding of the challenges facing today’s digital world. Her research on decentralised identity technologies and self-regulated energy financing systems at MIT, where she earned an MBA, has earned her recognition as a thought leader in the industry.
Gataca is a cybersecurity company leader in decentralized identity management technology. Its mission is to develop highly secure digital identities that are privacy-preserving, user-friendly, and effortlessly integrated into existing systems. Since its inception at MIT in 2017, Gataca has developed a decentralized identity solution that streamlines the issuance, verification, and management of identity credentials in a simple, compliant, and secure manner, positioning itself as the most mature full-stack platform and interoperable infrastructure provider.
Alexander Herranz is the Head of Technology at Alastria Blockchain Ecosystem. He leads the Blockchain area in different projects of cascading finance (TRUBLO, TRUSTCHAIN) and some HORIZON projects. As a Blockchain expert he is also involved in different Web3 projects based on Tokenization, Smart Contracts, Crypto, DeFi & NFT. He also teaches Blockchain at University and different Business Schools.
Alastria is the hub between knowledge and innovation. The public-private blockchain platform for developing use cases for real world problems. Alastria is one of the world's largest public-permissioned multisector blockchain platforms, bringing together companies, academia, and public administration with a common purpose: the implementation of decentralized technology.