Security of Realtime Systems; old attacks, new tools

A session at Keeping It Realtime Conference 2011

Monday 7th November, 2011

3:20pm to 4:00pm (PST)

node.js, socket.io, express and other technologies are simply awesome for the real time web. They are enabling front end javascript developers to take their skills to the server. This does not come without a price. Adam will discuss his experiences and thoughts on securing real time systems built on some of these technologies, the talk hopes to promote positive discussion not finger pointing of how we as a community can avoid the pitfalls of the past and make the realtime web a safer place.

Adam is the co-founder of nGenuity where he focuses on helping developers ship secure code.

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Adam Baldwin

Husband @babyfro Father of 2 Team ^lifter @liftsecurity Yeti @andyet Evangelist @nodesecurity bio from Twitter

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Time 3:20pm4:00pm PST

Date Mon 7th November 2011

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