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Case-study: Frontend in Cybersecurity by Ruslan Zavacky by FrontCon 2019

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This talk will cover the whole UX development process and many choices that we as a team did, to get where we are now. When you think about frontend, it’s not just a developers who writes Javascript. If you want to make it right, you need UX researchers, UX designers, UI designers, Visual Designers, Technical writers and, of course, UX developers. I would like to talk about each roll in short and how they help and why you should have all of them to achieve best results. After that I want to go into more technical details on why EmberJs (its not so trendy, right?). How we work with ES6 and why we see future in Typescript. I will structure a talk in terms of a “technical challenge – pros/cons – why we’ve chose A and not B”. For example:

We have 16 applications internal and external. Why we have them separate and not a single app.
We had ~8-10 internal packages and we’ve merged them into 2. Why we’ve did that and why benefits out-weighted cons?
Also, from the talk point, I want to start with a real Cybersecurity case and how how it gets solved

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Case-study: Frontend in Cybersecurity by Ruslan Zavacky by FrontCon 2019

  1. 1. 2017 CROWDSTRIKE, INC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. CASE STUDY UX IN CYBERSECURITY RUSLAN ZAVACKY, SR. SOFTWARE ENGINEER II
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  4. 4. A threat actor or malicious actor is a person or entity that is responsible for an event or incident that impacts, or has the potential to impact, the safety or security of another entity.
  5. 5. Activist Groups JACKAL Criminal Groups SPIDER
  6. 6. North Korea CHOLLIMA Vietnam BUFFALO India TIGER Russia BEAR China PANDA Iran KITTEN Pakistan LEOPARD
  7. 7. Intrusion into the Democratic National Committee (DNC)
  8. 8. Cozy Bear Summer 2015 Fancy Bear April 2016
  9. 9. Cozy Bear Summer 2015 Fancy Bear April 2016 NOT “FRIENDS”
  10. 10. 250B per day 91.25T per year !
  11. 11. UX TEAM
  12. 12. MANAGER
  13. 13. “In a servant leadership culture we learn by choice or example that if we want to be great, we have to serve others respectfully.” – Vern Dosch
  14. 14. ! CONTENT STRATEGIST
  15. 15. UX RESEARCHER
  16. 16. UX DESIGNER
  17. 17. VISUAL DESIGNER
  18. 18. ACCESSIBILITY ENGINEER
  19. 19. UX ENGINEER
  20. 20. QA ENGINEER
  21. 21. TECHNICAL WRITER
  22. 22. FRONTEND

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