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Wednesday, September 21 • 8:30pm - 10:00pm
Biggest Security Fails

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This lively panel will cover some of the biggest security fails. We’ll discuss some of the fails common to C++ and other compiled languages, and some ideas for avoiding problems in your own code.

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Crystal Bong

Product Manager, F5 Networks

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Jeff Costlow

As a software security specialist and engineer, Jeff has designed and implemented secure software and has successfully led engineering teams specializing in host and network security. With a deep understanding of a secure development lifecycle and many years of successful program design and execution, Jeff’s work has positively impacted the software engineering market across the areas of design-time threat modeling, peer based software review... Read More →
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David Holmes

Worldwide Security Evangelist, F5 Networks
David Holmes is the world-wide security evangelist for F5 Networks. He writes and speaks about hackers, cryptography, fraud, malware and many other InfoSec topics. He has spoken at over 30 conferences on all six developed continents, including RSA Europe in Amsterdam, InfoSec in London and Gartner Data Center in Las Vegas. | | David writes a bi-weekly column at SecurityWeek, and has had the good fortune to write for DarkReading, SC Magazine... Read More →
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Jeff Warren

Senior Manager, Product Development, F5 Networks
I always appreciate a good ski/snowboard story. I hunt bugs. I tend to find bugs in C,C++, and other interpreted languages. Typically the bugs are not an abuse of the language but a developer not being perfectly precise with the intended business logic. They can also be from more insidious issues such as https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conway%27s_law

Wednesday September 21, 2016 8:30pm - 10:00pm
Vanity (Room 404) Meydenbauer Center

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