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Intro to App Sec (with Frank Rietta)
Intro to App Sec (with Frank Rietta)
Advanced Persistent Security Podcast
Guest: Frank Rietta
August 29, 2016
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Intro to App Sec (with Frank Rietta) Show Notes
We introduce Frank and discuss his background. We begin to discuss application security (App Sec) and how it plays into the cloud. We also provide a few cloud definitions
We discuss defense in Depth. We provide a definition and some applicable scenarios as to its use. We graze the surface on passwords, encryption, access controls, and training. We discuss training and events local to Atlanta and the Georgia area.
We discuss some scenarios we have seen or heard about in the security space and how they work or did not work. We also discuss the role of security in system development and the relationships between the business, security, developers, and dev ops. We discuss bug bounties on sites like HackerOne and BugCrowd.
We introduce the following lists to help security professionals and developers alike:
Mr. Rietta’s role in Rietta Inc is to ensure that your project is designed for security and speed.
With over 16 years of career experience, he is specialized in working with startups, new Internet businesses, and in developing with the Ruby on Rails platform to build scalable businesses.
He is a computer scientist with a Masters in Information Security from the College of Computing at the Georgia Institute of Technology.
Frank is a public speaker, teaching about data breaches and information security topics. You can also follow him on Twitter or LinkedIn using the links below.
Frank’s Book Recommendations
Announcements and Resources
Advanced Persistent Security has partnered with the EC-Council to provide a discounted EC-Council Training Event to our readers and listeners. The codes are only good for the Hacker Halted event in Atlanta, GA September 11-14 and 15-16, 2016. Below are the codes, if you have any questions, Contact Us.
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SEPTEMBER 11TH-14TH, 2016
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