In this fun, energetic session we’ll take a look at some of the principles used in managing security within the prison system to keep inmates both secured and safe, and look at how these same principles apply to web development.
We’ll also take a look at some of the common mistakes and misconceptions of security used within web development, how damaging the consequences can be, and how easily they can be corrected.
- An understanding of common web vulnerabilities and dangers
- A good understanding of web development security procedures
- An understanding of "offline" and "online" security techniques
About Michael Stowe
Michael Stowe is a Zend Certified PHP Engineer with over 10 years experience. He works as a Software Engineer at CaringBridge, a non-profit that provides personal, protected online spaces to connect families and friends during health events. He is an active member and speaker with the MN PHP User Group, and organizes the Twin Cities Software Engineer group. He has spoken at Minnebar, MinneWebCon, Web2012, and the NorthEast PHP Conference in Boston. You can learn more about Michael and view his other slides at http://www.mikestowe.com, or follow him on Twitter @mikegstowe.