Secure by Design is all about choosing good design principles that yield implicit security benefits. This seems like a solid strategy as it naturally appeals to everyone’s instinct of crafting good software. We simply fool ourselves into coding more securely! But have there been any further insights since the book release in 2019? In this session we cover the fundamentals of Secure by Design and showcase a few designs that have shown fruitful, as well as some pitfalls from the trenches where usages subtly miss the original intentions.
About Daniel Deogun
Daniel Deogun is a coauthor of the book Secure by Design. He holds a master’s degree in computer science and is a senior consultant and partner at the security firm Omegapoint in Stockholm, Sweden. Daniel specializes in the crossing between application development and security. His experience ranges from life supporting systems to web applications to high-performance software in various fields. Combining this with his passion for craftsmanship and design have made him a frequent speaker at renowned conferences all over the world.
About Dan Bergh Johnsson
Dan Bergh Johnsson is a coauthor of the book Secure by Design, an agile aficionado, Domain Driven Design enthusiast, and code quality craftsman with a long time interest in security. The combination made Dan use quality practices from DDD to address application security issues – thus being one of the founders in the field of Domain Driven Security circa 2009. Dan is currently a senior consultant and partner at the security firm Omegapoint in Stockholm, Sweden.
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