Drupal
HackCamp
Bucharest • 8-10 June 2018

The first edition of Drupal HackCamp takes place in Bucharest, Romania at Sheraton Hotel.
From the 8th until the 10th of June, Bucharest becomes the international capital of Drupal professionals in Security, Privacy, GDPR, and Authentication.
The camp is organized with the help of Asociatia Drupal Romania

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Drupal is freedom, Drupal is power, Drupal is community, Drupal is security! Written in PHP, and distributed under the GNU General Public License, Drupal is one of the fastest-growing content management systems currently available on the market. From blogs to government websites and complex digital systems, thousands of digital platforms have embraced Drupal as their CMS. With the emergence of Drupal 8, the platform became even more accessible and user-oriented.

Drupal is freedom, Drupal is power, Drupal is community, Drupal is security!

Written in PHP, and distributed under the GNU General Public License, Drupal is one of the fastest-growing content management systems currently available on the market. From blogs to government websites and complex digital systems, thousands of digital platforms have embraced Drupal as their CMS. With the emergence of Drupal 8, the platform became even more accessible and user-oriented.

To find out more about this amazing CMS, check out drupal.org.

More than 1.5 million members support the CMS, making it one of the biggest community ever built around such a system. Each year, the community members gather for special events generically called “DrupalCamps”

Every year, dozens of DrupalCamps are organized worldwide, giving the community members a chance to share knowledge and to discover relevant information in the field. The Camps culminate with a DrupalCon, an event that connects developers and specialized companies with industry leaders and potential clients.

Drupal HackCamp is the only DrupalCamp specialized in Security, Privacy, and Authentication, hot topic for everyone managing a digital product nowadays.

Preston So Director of Research and Innovation at Acquia

Director of Research and Innovation at Acquia

Preston So has been a web developer and designer since 2001, a creative professional since 2004, and a Drupal developer since 2007. As Director of Research and Innovation at Acquia, Preston leads Acquia Labs and new open-source and research initiatives.

Director of Research and Innovation at Acquia

Preston So has been a web developer and designer since 2001, a creative professional since 2004, and a Drupal developer since 2007. As Director of Research and Innovation at Acquia, Preston leads Acquia Labs and new open-source and research initiatives.

XJM Jess Drupal

Code and Community Strategist in Acquia's Office
 

XJM is one of three Drupal 8 core release managers and among Drupal 8's top patch contributors. She is also a member of the Drupal Security Team and has helped coordinate most core security releases since Drupal 8's release in 2015.

Previously, xjm founded the core contribution mentoring program in 2011, and worked as a member of the Views in Core initiative team in 2012.
 

Code and Community Strategist in Acquia's Office
 

XJM is one of three Drupal 8 core release managers and among Drupal 8's top patch contributors. She is also a member of the Drupal Security Team and has helped coordinate most core security releases since Drupal 8's release in 2015.

Previously, xjm founded the core contribution mentoring program in 2011, and worked as a member of the Views in Core initiative team in 2012.
 

XJM has been the Code and Community Strategist in Acquia's Office of the CTO since 2013.

Jasper Mattsson Drupal

Jasper Mattsson is the one who discovered the Highly Critical Remote Code Execution in Drupal (SA-CORE-2018-002). The error could potentially allow attackers to exploit multiple attack vectors on a Drupal site, which could result in the site being completely compromised. Drupal 8, 7, and 6 sites could've been affected.

According to the Drupal project usage information this represents over one million sites or about 9% of sites that are running a known CMS.

After discovering it, Jasper worked with the Drupal Security Team to fix the error and make the web a safer place.

Jasper Mattsson is the one who discovered the Highly Critical Remote Code Execution in Drupal (SA-CORE-2018-002). The error could potentially allow attackers to exploit multiple attack vectors on a Drupal site, which could result in the site being completely compromised. Drupal 8, 7, and 6 sites could've been affected.

According to the Drupal project usage information this represents over one million sites or about 9% of sites that are running a known CMS.

After discovering it, Jasper worked with the Drupal Security Team to fix the error and make the web a safer place.

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