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Developer Things #8: How to Develop More Secure Software with Steve Feldman

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Developer Things #8: How to Develop More Secure Software with Steve Feldman

In this podcast, two experts delve into how you can help produce more secure software as a developer. Come check it out!

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Discover how to provide active runtime protection for your web applications from known and unknown vulnerabilities including Remote Code Execution Attacks.

Today’s episode of Developer Things features Steve Feldman. Steve is the Vice President of Engineering at Contrast Security.

The subject of security in the area of software development is an important one, as there are a number of different challenges that developers face while trying to develop more secure software. Listen to the episode to hear what Steve has to say on the subject of security in software development.

Highlights of today’s episode include:

  • How developers can become more aware of patterns and defects that can lead to security vulnerabilities.
  • OWASP – The Open Web Application Security Project.
  • How Contrast Security’s software works to address vulnerabilities in code.
  • WAFs – Web Application Firewalls.
  • Tips for writing better and more secure code.
  • Importance of feedback when writing and testing code.

Podcast Links:

Contrast Security

Steve on Twitter

Quotes From Steve:

“Just like you look at the performance of a running application, we’re really looking at the security posture of a running application.”

“The thrill of the forensic side which got me into performance is what got me into security.”

“My best recommendation to developers is to find ways to get feedback about their security posture in their existing tool pipeline.”

Find out how Waratek’s award-winning application security platform can improve the security of your new and legacy applications and platforms with no false positives, code changes or slowing your application.

Topics:
security ,owasp ,web application security ,security testing ,secure code

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