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BSides SF Highlights
- Jen Ellis and Josh Feinblum’s ‘Weathering the Storm: The Art of Crisis Communications’ was a great look at how to effectively tell customers and press when poop hits the fan.
- Security through Visibility: Organizational Communication Strategies for InfoSec Teams by Katie Ledoux
- How to Build a Security Team and Program with Coleen Coolidge of Twilio https://twitter.com/Bugcrowd/status/830940709968416768
- Five Keys to Building an Application Security Program in the Age of DevOps
We also got a chance to interview awesome hacker Aaron Guzman on his recent connected car research.
RSA Conference Highlights
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- Listen to OneLogin CISO Alvaro Hoyos speak about the importance of securing customer data and how their private bounty program helps in that pursuit…
- Hear about Senior Director of Information Security at Barracuda Dave Farrow’s current appsec focuses, and how Barracuda is bridging the gap between their engineering and security teams.
- Josh Corman’s session on the evolution and implications of DevOps since the early days was a refreshing perspective on
- It was great getting a peek into what it looks like when enterprise security meets insanely high growth startup in Leigh Honeywell’s session about Slack security.
- Veracode’s Chris Wysopal made an appearance to discuss how to more effectively build appsec into your devops practice.
- Barracuda’s Dave Farrow talked about how to build a successful IT security training program. It’s always great to see our customers grace the stage at conferences!
- Our good hacker friend and security researcher, Keren Elezari, spoke about the ‘cyber-circus’ that is hacking of everyday things & how it will transform our world.
- Signal Science’s Zane Lackey spoke on the appsec and your SDLC. Read our co-written blog post on the subject here.
- Although it wasn’t an RSA talk, Luke Young, one of our top researchers in the Bugcrowd community gave a great talk at Passcode’s Bug Bounty Lightning Talks event referencing our Inside the Mind of a Hacker to describe the different motivations of researchers.
Last but not least, we had one fantastic party. Thank you all for joining us at the Old SF Mint on Wednesday evening. We could not be more pleased with the fantastic turnout.