Secure By Design
-+ Use good design to create secure software
-+ Apply design concepts in real-world cases
-+ Spot hidden security problems
-+ Assess security by identifying design patterns
-+ Understand benefits and limitations of secure-by-design
Readers should have some experience in Java, C#/.NET, or similar language.
About the technology
Secure-by-design becomes a guiding principle in how you build your software, from code to architecture. This begins by understanding designs and patterns that promote security so they become easy to apply in your day-to-day work.
Daniel Deogun has a masters degree in computer science and is a senior consultant and VP at Omegapoint in Sweden. He 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 high quality design have made him a frequent speaker at renowned conferences all over the world.
Dan Bergh Johnsson is a senior consultant and VP at Omegapoint in Sweden. Dan is an Agile aficionado, Domain Driven Design enthusiast, and code quality craftsman, with a long time interest in security. While working in the crossroad of system development and security, he has helped numerous clients in different domains towards higher security of their custom-built systems. Dan shares his passion as a regular speaker at renowned international conferences as well as on his blog Dear Junior.
Daniel Sawano is a software developer, architect, and frequent speaker at international conferences. He has extensive experience from working with high-performance systems in industries such as stock trading, gaming, telco, and media. Daniel holds a master of science degree and is passionate about software design, performance, and security. He is an advocate of combining good software design principles with security thinking to create systems that are both secure and agile.