September 14, 2015 – Security Oversights in .NET

Cap Diebel

Cap Diebel

Topic: Security Oversights in .NET

.NET provides more functional security “out of the box” than most web platforms. However, we see a number of security flaws emerge in new applications time and time again despite the advantages .NET provides. From turning off security features to work around bothersome bugs to assuming certain attack prevention measures cover 100% of attack payloads when they really only cover 80%, we see a number of common oversights among otherwise security-conscious developers. This discussion will cover a number of these common flaws and what can be done to mitigate the security risks.

Cap Diebel, Manager of Application Security:

Cap Diebel is a seasoned application security expert, specializing in application architecture, development, security reviews and security testing engagements. In his role as Manager of Application Security, Cap is involved in Denim Group’s secure development and software security assurance projects. He leads the company’s application security engagement team and also helps administer application security training for clients. He uses his extensive technology consulting experience as the company’s technical leader for application security activities and lead mentor for application security staff.

The talk will take place at Microsoft Austin office on September 14, 2015 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm