Web Security Workshop (continued)

A session at ArchConf

Thursday 7th April, 2016

10:45am to 12:15pm (PST)

If you're not terrified, you're not paying attention.

Publishing information on the Web does not require us to just give it away. We have a series of tools and techniques for managing identity, authentication, authorization and encryption so we only share content with those we trust.

Before we tackle Web Security, however, we need to figure out what we mean by Security. We will pull from the worlds of Security Engineering and Software Security to lay the foundation for technical approaches to protecting our web resources. We will also discuss the assault on encryption, web security features and emerging technologies that will hopefully help strengthen our ability to protect what we hold dear.

Topics include:

Security Engineering
Software Security
Authentication and Authorization Mechanisms
Emerging Web Security Technologies

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Brian Sletten

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Time 10:45am12:15pm PST

Date Thu 7th April 2016

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