Mario Chiock

Mario Chiock


Chiock is currently a Schlumberger Fellow. His experience covers next generation technology, Cyber-Security and Auditing. While CISO for Schlumberger he was responsible for developing the overall information security strategy for Schlumberger and is recognized for his leadership and management in all aspects of Cyber Security throughout the company and within the community. Mario is currently serving on the advisory board of Palo Alto Networks, Onapsis & Qualys. In 2012 Mario won the Information Security Executive “People Choice Award” and in 2013 was ranked top 25 CISO by ExecRank, in 2014 Mario was named “ISSA Fellow” and won the CSO40 Award. Mario was President of ISSA South Texas Chapter in 2007 when the chapter won the ISSA chapter of the year award, and was Vice President of the Houston InfraGard Chapter 2013-2015 and Chair of the Cyber Security committee of the API 2014-15 and was involved in the formation of the Oil & Gas ISAC.

Yuecel Karabulu

Yuecel Karabulut

Director Product Management, Public Cloud Security & Compliance, Oracle

Mr. Karabulut brings extensive SAP®, security and product management experience to the leadership team at Onapsis and participates as an advisor to further expand Onapsis’ innovative solutions.

Yuecel Karabulut is currently leading Product Management efforts for Cloud and Virtualization Platform Security at VMware. He is also an Adjunct Professor of Computer Security at Macquarie University. Prior to joining VMware, Yuecel worked as Senior Director of Global Security Alliances and Go-to-Market at SAP and was SAP’s Chief Security Advisor & Technology Strategist in the Office of the CTO. In addition to various security roles at SAP, Yuecel also served as a Fellow at SAP’s Corporate Strategy Group in the Office of the CEO.

Chris Wysopal

Chris Wysopal

CTO, CISO, Veracode

Wysopal is the CTO and CISO of cloud-based application security firm Veracode, which he co-founded in 2006. His 20 years of information security experience includes vulnerability researcher at L0pht Heavy Industries, a Boston-based hacker think tank and one of the first hackerspaces, and VP of research and development for @stake where he was involved the invention of binary static analysis technology.

Wysopal’s recognition includes being named one of the 100 most influential people in IT by eWeek, selected for the InfoWorld CTO 25, and named in SC Magazine’s 5 Security Thought Leaders. The author of ‘The Art of Security Software Testing’, Wysopal has testified to the U.S. Congress on government security and software vulnerabilities.