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State of the EULA -- "Who pays for Secure Code?"

by on Oct 24, 2010

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What are the business and societal implications of requiring secure coding practices to be implemented in the software industry? Would it affect you or your organization? How would it change the ...

What are the business and societal implications of requiring secure coding practices to be implemented in the software industry? Would it affect you or your organization? How would it change the landscape of our industry, our legal system, and our wallets? Why don't developers write it now?

How did the system get the way it did and how will it change in the future? In this talk, we strive to come up with the answers. Bring your best ideas. Let's talk.

Nick Schilbe, WhiteHat Security

Nick Schilbe is a Security Engineering Supervisor at WhiteHat Security, leading a team of security engineers who manage WhiteHat Sentinel, the company’s SaaS-based website vulnerability management service. Mr. Schilbe develops, refines and implements new processes and workflows for the WhiteHat Sentinel family of website risk management solutions. His WhiteHat Security Engineering team provides service to more than 500 production e-commerce, financial services and healthcare websites, including many Fortune 500 companies.

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