Establishing Your Organization's Enterprise Security API

Posted in Conferences, Development, Graphics, Security on November 07, 2008

Establishing Your Organization's Enterprise Security API

Every organization should define a standard way for developers to perform common security-related actions - authenticating, access control, validation, encoding, encryption, logging, error handling, and more. In this talk, Jeff discuss the process of establishing a security API for your enterprise, focusing on the most critical methods needed by web application and web service developers.

Jeff Williams is the founder and CEO of Aspect Security and serves as the volunteer Chair of the Open Web Application Security Project, a free and open source organization dedicated to finding and fighting the causes of insecure software. Jeff has been writing code for 25 years, speaks frequently on application security, and has published numerous papers on practical risk and assurance techniques.

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