By Dan Cornell
I will be at the SANS “What Works in Application Security Summit” 2010 next week with some other Denim Group folks. I am on a panel Thursday morning and I am doing a lunch and learn Friday afternoon. The full agenda is online here.
The panel is:
Thursday 10:30am - 11:30am
What I Wish I Knew Before Starting a Web Application Security Project
Users share their corporate stories about those painful lessons learned and what works and doesn't work and why with participants Jim MacLeod, Juniper; Dan Cornell, The Denim Group; Robert Jerdonek, Intuit; Barry Lyons, Northrop Grumman; Mazdak Hashemi, support.com
The lunch and learn is:
Friday 12:15pm – 1:30pm
Treating Security Vulnerabilities Like Software Defects
Penetration testing and code reviews are useful for identifying software security vulnerabilities, but for these vulnerabilities to actually be fixed they typically must be communicated to developers for remediation. This lunch and learn discusses real-world strategies for bundling security vulnerabilities into software defects and communicating them to development teams for maximum clarity and impact.
We’re really looking forward to the Summit – the sessions look fantastic and there will be a great group of security professionals in attendance. Contact us if you are going to be there and would like to meet up.
dan _at_ denimgroup.com