Victor Alexandru Truica

Risk, InfoSec and Privacy enthusiast and practitioner, having a general technical background with emphasis on system administration and web hosting.

I want to make the world more free and independent. Reducing uncertainty and understanding apparent dangers are keys to becoming more free (at least from false or true worries). Empowering others to do these things on their own is one of the keys to independence. That's where InfoSec Risk management and awareness come into play.

Working in security for 5+ years, gathering acronyms like CISSP / CISM / CIPPE in my email signature not only because they look cool and stand out well for recruiters but also because I like to learn new things while refreshing the old things regularly.

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Talk Testing for website accessibility issues

The community of website users with disabilities or impairments is as wide-ranging and diverse as any other. In an ideal world, every site would adapt to the needs of every potential user. Unfortunately, website accessibility doesn’t always come cheaply. Services like Siteimprove Accessibility run automated scans that pinpoint accessibility issues across a website. We also developed an open source accessibility conformance testing engine https://github.com/Siteimprove/alfa to do better scans. This talk will focus on what is technically relevant to make a website accessible and how does Siteimprove checks for accessibility issues.

You can read more about Website Accessibility on https://siteimprove.com/en/accessibility/website-accessibility/

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