Software Security and Design Principles (tccodes)
March 26 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm EDTFree
Secure system design and implementation is the practice of creating and developing technological systems in a manner that safeguards the system and its users from malicious attackers. Security vulnerabilities are the direct result of misplaced assumptions during design and implementation. This lecture-based workshop introduces attendees to critical design principles and tangible methods for implementing secure systems. Whether you are an architect responsible for designing your company’s next product or feature, or a software developer writing code to implement an architected system design, the time to learn security is now.
Join Honest Security’s Jacob Holcomb for this presentation on Software Security and Design Principles. You will learn:
- Principles of Secure System Design
- Security Modeling (i.e., Threat and Trust)
- Secure Coding Best Practices
- Real Vulnerabilities, Exploitation Techniques, and Remediation
This event is hosted by 20Fathoms as part of the tccodes talent development initiative. It is intended for intermediate to advanced software developers. For questions contact email@example.com or visit tccodes.org.
About Jacob Holcomb
Jacob Holcomb is the Founder and CEO of Honest Security, a computer and network security company located in Traverse City, Michigan. He is an original organizer of the security research and awareness initiative, Internet of Things Village, and is best known for pioneering the organized router security research study, SOHOpelessly Broken. Which served as the foundation for the first-ever router hacking contest at DEFCON. He is skilled in application security, penetration testing, network security, and exploit research and development. As highly regarded speaker and trainer, Jacob has presented at security conferences around the world and has been a guest lecturer for university classes and cyber security clubs.