We write software to enable information sharing and business functionality with the best intends. Considering usability, initiative design, availability, continuity, time-to-market and all those business driven aspects of modern software development.
Unfortunately, security (secure architecture, design and secure development) are hardly considered. This is no wonder, as it is not always clear what is meant by security. Whereby, for example availability is easy to understand and all types of performance testing tools are out there, how to test security?
To help you design and build (more) security software in the future, this talk will guide you towards understanding how a hacker works, what is a hackers gain and goals and how to look differently at your applications source and functionality.
This special edition of Tech Talks Black is organized in cooperation with the Bulgarian Java User Group (BG JUG) and features 3 world-class talks on the Java Hackers: Security and Advanced Topics.
Stay tuned for the announcement of the program and speakers!
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