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This 30-minute talk will explore:
- Why the same common security flaws don't seem to ever go away.
- How security is really another aspect of quality, and developers should ultimately be responsible for both.
- What practices have been successful for the firms with mature software security initiatives.
- How developers (who are not security experts) can avoid common security flaws before a product ships.
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Tim Buntel is an experienced leader in developing (and creating passionate users of) technology products, projects, and teams. Currently, he is leading products and strategy for Codiscope, a new developer tools company focused on improving software security.
Paul Boss is a software engineer with experience designing and developing web applications. He is focused on event driven applications, with a knack for finding thought-out, long lasting solutions for everyday problems.
Paul is passionate about building applications from the ground-up with great design and development, as well as exploring new ways to make connections through past experience and new research.