PTaQ Day One is the heart of the local testing community open globally, to bring together people who are passionate about testing.
On Saturday, March 30th, together with the Poznan University of Technology, we organize a conference in the area of testing & quality. We invite you to hear talks and what is even more important, we will give space for what is uncountable, yet still valuable, that is joint conversations, building relationships and sharing knowledge and experiences.Speakers
About PTaQ Day One Conference
Eight years ago, we were thinking about doing something for the community in Poznan, but also for ourselves. We wanted to share what we know, we wanted to inspire others to what we are passionate about - to testing and the software quality. This is how the first test meetup was born - PTaQ (Poznań Testing and Quality). Before the first meeting, we were afraid that no-one would show up. We could not imagine that this initiative will grow to the degree that the tickets will be distributed within a few hours after the registration opens, and we will have a full agenda half a year ahead.
From the beginning, we did not want PTaQ to be dependent on one company. We wanted to support each and every person and institution that is willing to share their knowledge. Hence,the unique approach to organizing a meetup at various locations in Poznań companies and universities. During these eight years, as PTaQ we visited almost 20 different places, over 100 practitioners from Poland and abroad shared their experience during almost 60 meetups. When we talk to friends from other cities, we hear that they envy us the local community, its commitment and selfless sharing of knowledge. Based on the popularity of PTaQ and the unique local community, we came up with another idea - the conference.
Please remember to register and pick up the ID
A short welcome from The Conference Board
Defender's point of view at the state of cyber security in early 2019. Attackers are continuously evolving, coming up with new attack techniques and so are defenders. Where are we now in that arms race? How does corporate cyber security relate to the privacy issues? Is AI an answer to the growing complexity of the attack landscape combined with the shortage of skilled workforce or will AI rather become yet another attack vector - also one insanely difficult to protect. Let's have a look at all of this and consider whether today's protection and validation methods can protect us against tomorrow's threats.
Leszek Tasiemski - is a VP of B2B R&D at F-Secure. Responsible for building Rapid Detection Center and the technology behind the business cyber security solutions portfolio of F-Secure. He has many yeasrs of experience in performing penetration tests and forensic analyses, mainly for the European financial sector. Enthusiast and implementator of Machine Learning applications in detecting cyber attacks. Graduated from Computer Science, Economics and MBA. Currently studying Psychology. Active as a mentor on start-up scene and a certified yoga teacher.
Please join us to say Thank You for Speakers, The Conference Board, Volunteers and Sponsors.
During the closing part we will give all of you more details about Afterparty
Meet Our conference board
Researcher, PhD Candidate
at Poznan University of Technology
Global Head of QA Practice
Software Developer in Test
Lead Quality Engineer