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Java was built from the ground up with security clearly in mind and is now the engine powering a huge number of business-critical systems. With this visibility and opportunity come attacks, and this session goes through the current state of security in Java in 2012 (including the Java 6 and 7 verifier changes) and discusses some of the attack vectors. It presents a couple of real-world examples and also talks about the real-world challenges in getting security fixes out quickly. Finally, it touches on hardware cryptography. Come learn more about the reality of security today and take away a better awareness of exactly how Java helps protect you.
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