Steve Poole

Steve Poole

Sonatype

Developer Advocate, Security Champion, DevOps practitioner (whatever that means) Long time Java developer, leader and evangelist. I’ve been working on Java SDKs and JVMs since Java was less than 1. JavaOne Rockstar, JSR leader and representation, Committer on open source projects including ones at Apache, Eclipse and OpenJDK. A seasoned speaker and regular presenter at international conferences on technical and software engineering topics.

Twitter : @spoole167

Blog: https://noregressions.wordpress.com/

agTest

Track : Agile, Methodology & Tests

Type de présentation : Conference

Game Over or Game Changing? Why Software Development May Never be the same again

A small but vital step on a long road was made last year. The President of the USA signed an executive order towards improving the situation on cybersecurity. In this session you’ll learn more about what was ordered and how it’s the beginning of a significant change in how software will be developed, delivered and secured in the future – not just in the USA but world wide too. The need to have a vastly improved software supply chain to counter the challenges of cyber attacks is well understood and many tools already exist. Learn more about the tooling landscape, what’s on the horizon and how presidential orders, the software industry and application development are coming together to take even bigger steps towards safeguarding the future.

archisec

Track : Architecture, Performance and Security

Type de présentation : University

Java application security the hard way - a workshop for the serious developer

Cybercrime is rising at an alarming rate. As a Java developer you know you need to be better informed about security matters but it’s hard to know where to start. This workshop will help you understand how to improve the security of your application through a series of demonstration hacks and related hands on exercises. Serious though the topic is, this practical session will be fun and will leaving you more informed and better prepared. Start building your security memory muscle here