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Challenges and Opportunities for Improving Secure Coding Practices


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Despite the vast array of security measures adopted by organizations, we continue to see the repercussions of software vulnerabilities. Drawing insights from the recent report, “The State of Developer-Driven Security Survey 2022,” Secure Code Warrior co-founders Pieter Danhieux and Matias Madou will discuss the findings and challenges around current secure coding practices and identify opportunities that organizations can embrace to improve developer security skills and, ultimately, software security.

Attend this webinar to learn:

  • What developers prioritize and why
  • Why current secure coding practices are problematic for organizations
  • What steps organizations can take to improve code security in the application development process
Pieter Danhieux
Co-Founder and CEO, Secure Code Warrior
Pieter Danhieux is the CEO of Secure Code Warrior, a global security company that makes software development better and more secure. He is a globally recognised security expert, with over 12 years’ experience as a security consultant and 8 years as a Principal Instructor for SANS teaching offensive techniques on how to target and assess organisations, systems and individuals for security weaknesses. In 2016, he was recognised as one of the Coolest Tech people in Australia (Business Insider), awarded Cyber Security Professional of the Year (AISA - Australian Information Security Association) and holds GSE, CISSP, GCIH, GCFA, GSEC, GPEN, GWAPT, GCIA certifications.
Matias Madou
Co-Founder and CTO, Secure Code Warrior
Matias Madou serves as the CTO of Secure Code Warrior and is responsible for leading the company’s technology vision. Matias has more than 15 years of hands-on software security experience and has developed solutions for companies such as HP Fortify, and founded a company called Sensei Security. Over his career, Matias has led multiple application security research projects which have led to commercial products and boasts over 10 patents under his belt. When he is away from his desk, Matias has served as an instructor for advanced application security training courses and regularly speaks at global conferences including RSA Conference, Black Hat, DefCon, BSIMM, OWASP AppSec and BruCon. Matias holds a Ph.D. in Computer Engineering from Ghent University, where he studied application security through program obfuscation to hide the inner workings of an application.

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