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Thursday, March 20 • 2:40pm - 3:30pm
Keynote: Application Security at DevOps Speed and Portfolio Scale

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我々のセキュリティ技術の多くは2002年に構築されたソフトウエア開発の方法論を用いて作られている。いくつかの技術や実践方法では、JavaScriptやAjaxや制御の反転パターン(Inversion of Control)やアスペクト指向プログラミングや最新のフレームワーク、ライブラリやSOAPやRESTやWebサービスやXMLやJSONやソケットプログラミングやHTML5やアジャイルやDevOpsやWebSocketやクラウドなどについて現状で最善といえる品質保証を行うことができない。残りの多くの技術は、今現在のソフトウエア開発において核にあたっている。

Software development is moving much faster than application security with new platforms, languages, frameworks, paradigms, and methodologies like Agile and Devops. Unfortunately, software assurance hasn’t kept up with the times.
Forthe most part, our security techniques were built to work with the way software was built in 2002. Here are some of the technologies and practices that today’s best software assurance techniques *can’t* handle: JavaScript, Ajax, inversion of control, aspect-oriented programming, frameworks, libraries, SOAP, REST, web services, XML, JSON, raw sockets, HTML5, Agile, DevOps, WebSocket, Cloud, and more.
All of these rest pretty much at the core of modern software development.
Although we’re making progress in application security, the gains are much slower than the stunning advances in software development.
After 10 years of getting further behind every day, Software *assurance* is now largely incompatible with modern software *development*. It’s not just security tools - application security processes are largely
incompatible as well. And the result is that security has very little
influence on the software trajectory at all. 
Unless the application security community figures out how to be a relevant part of software development, We will continue to lag behind and effect minimal change.
In this talk, I will explore a radically different approach based on instrumenting an entire IT organization
with passive sensors to collect real time data that can be used to identify vulnerabilities, Enhance security architecture, and (most importantly) enable application security to generate value.
The goal is unprecedented real-time visibility into application security across an organization's entire application portfolio, allowing all the stakeholders in security to collaborate and finally become proactive.

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Dave Wichers

COO, Aspect Security
Dave Wichers is a cofounder and the Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Aspect Security, a consulting company that specializes in application security services. He is also a long time contributor to OWASP, helping to establish the OWASP Foundation in 2004, serving on the OWASP Board... Read More →

Thursday March 20, 2014 2:40pm - 3:30pm PDT
Secure Your Site Hall(HALL WEST)

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