People and Data in the Age of Programming - powered by Raiffeisen Bank - DevAfterWork

About The Event

Join us in an insightful conference centered on the intersection between banking security and Java as one of today's main challenges is balancing business needs and security requirements. You will learn about the latest technologies in the programming language while also finding out about the role cyber security plays in the domain.

You will also have the opportunity to network with other professionals in the area, exchange ideas, and share best practices.

About company

Raiffeisen Bank team takes pride in a 26 years history on the Romanian market. We look towards the future with banking projects that will support investments in economic projects, relevant and solid communities, and also with support for the welfare of residential people.

Furthermore, digitized banking cannot be achieved without strengthening internal work teams, and we do that by creating an environment in which development of competences and characters is a constant.

Collaboration, Responsability, Learning and Proactivity are our values, on which we rely on to build a reference financial ecosystem in all the countries where we operate.

In Romania, we are a team of over 5000 responsible professionals. We think long-term and promote partnership, integrity, respect and diversity.

Event Schedule

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Event Speakers

Andreea Cristina Rozoleanu

Java Digital Developer
Raiffeisen Bank

Daniela Ileana Dobrin

IT Risk Manager
Raiffeisen Bank

Mihaela Constantin

Team Leader • Montioring AntiFraud in Transactions
Raiffeisen Bank

Laura Cristea

Guild Lead Business System Analysis
Raiffeisen Bank

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