This is going to be a great presentation!  How do I know?  Because I'm the presenter!

I'm going to go over some basic defensive coding developers should employ.  This is targeted to new developers, so not a lot of depth, but a great intro to those not aware of the risks.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/how-hackers-get-in-security-basics-for-developers-rescheduled-to-march-6-tickets-42323837738?aff=es2

This is all set up by https://launchcode.org

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Software developers are on the front lines in the battle against malware and hackers. In this presentation you will learn the three primary ways that hackers infiltrate our computers and also the basics of many of the techniques developers need to use to keep them out. We will cover:
  • SQL Injection
  • Poor Authentication Techniques
  • Cross-Site Scripting

This session is intended for developers that want to learn the basic security concerns they should be aware of when creating applications.

ABOUT ROB KRAFT:

Rob Kraft works at Lucity, Inc. as the Technical Team Lead. He has been developing web applications for fifteen years, non-web applications for thirty years, and spent a few years teaching courses on software development and SQL Server. He often speaks about security in software, particularly related to database products.

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