Pluralsight Author and Microsoft Most Valuable Professional
Cyber Security Evangelist
Every security conscious technology professional is looking for the quick fix – the one thing they can do to flick the switch from “insecure” to “secure” and certainly there are many organisations out there ready to sell “security in a box” to whomever will pay for it. But the single biggest bang for your buck and the most effective means of securing software is identifying and fixing vulnerable code as early in the development lifecycle as possible. Ideally this means not writing vulnerable code in the first place, or if does happen, fixing it during the development phase before rectification starts getting expensive.
In this webinar, we’ll take you through some of the fundamental principles behind ingraining software security into development teams.
Troy Hunt is a Pluralsight Author and Microsoft Most Valued Professional (MVP) focusing on security concepts and process improvement in software delivery within a large enterprise environment. Troy can often be found speaking at technology events around the world, usually on security and usually showing people just how easy it is to break software on the web today. He is very active in the development space and is constantly producing software on the latest technology platforms we have at our disposal today. Follow Troy @troyhunt.
Amit Ashbel has been with the security community for more than a decade where he has taken on multiple tasks and responsibilities, including technical and Senior Product lead positions. Amit adds valuable product knowledge including experience with a wide range of security platforms and familiarity with emerging threats. Amit also speaks at high profile events and conferences such as Blackhat, Defcon, OWASP, and others. Follow Amit @aashbel.