Operational Security: Impact on Developing Secure Applications
by Patrick Debois, Freelancer Devops, at Jedi on Dec 08, 2007
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As an experienced programmer you are well experienced in applying the OWASP guidelines. At least we hope so ;-) Still we are ainly involved :within the creation of the application during a project ...
As an experienced programmer you are well experienced in applying the OWASP guidelines. At least we hope so ;-) Still we are ainly involved :within the creation of the application during a project phase. But good security management goes beyond that one phase, enter the operational security. Not having programming skills, these operationalunits over the years have created several security layers around the applications. Think firewalls, intrusion detection, prevention, antivirus systems... These server and network oriented security measures more and more influence application deployment and can also benefit from better application integration.
This presentation will show you the impact of f.i. central logmanagement, patch management, identity & access management, loadbalancing, antivirus .. can have on the application deployment and how with little modification of our application it can make a whole world of difference to the security in the trenches. They will be complementary to the OWASP set of guidelines. Also developers will get a better understanding of an additional set of non-functional requirements that are security related.
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