Rafael Eyng, on March 06, 2017
On Monday, February 13, Shannon Lietz gave a quick, 20 minute overview of her investigations and implementation of Culture Hacking at Intuit. Below is the extended version of that presentation, including audio and the slide deck. Shannon will continue this discussion at her keynote presentation during AppSec EU 2017 in Belfast.
Rafael Eyng, on March 01, 2017
This is the second part of a series of posts on Nexus 3 and how to use it as repository for several technologies. Also available is “Part 1, Maven Artifacts” by Rafael Eyng.
Matt Howard, on February 28, 2017
The niche market for Software Composition Analysis (SCA) tools has died. The culprit: DevOps.
In today's world, developers are king. Innovation is the throne upon which they sit. Anything seen as an inhibitor to DevOps agility is the enemy, and therefore, must be terminated.
SCA tools are waterfall-native by design. Thus, it is impossible to integrate SCA security controls into DevOps-native work flows in an automated and scalable way.
We all know the story: a farm, a kid, a Commodore 64, and a modem maxing out at 300 bps. A few unexpected phone bills later, and young Ian Allison is figuring out how to game the system so he can keep using his newfound gateway to the world of tech. According to Ian, that is where he began building the foundation of skills for his career in computer security.
Rafael Eyng, on February 21, 2017
This article is the first in a three part series by one of our community advocates, Rafael Eyng. You can follow his work at CodeHeaven.io