Posted on by Achim D. Brucker, licensed under CC BY-ND 4.0.

OWASP Sheffield: Developing Secure Software

I am looking forward to my first OWASP meeting in Sheffield (it’s actually the second meeting of the Sheffield OWASP Chapter). I will give a talk on my experiences in introducing and implementing a security testing strategy within a large (more than 25000 developers) and international software development team. There will be even more interesting talks (as well as free beer in pizza).

For example,

  • Kate from the Webarchitects Co-operative will talk about TLS security
  • Chris from HSBC will talk about his experience of SecDevOps
  • Scott from Plusnet will talk about http headers that can improve security

Looking forward to a great OWASP meeting in Sheffield (and I am sure it will not be the last one)!

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