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Boosting the Security of Your Angular Application

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Do you know how to make your Angular applications secure?

About the Event:

Angular is hot, and there is a huge amount of information available on building applications, improving performance, and various other topics. But do you know how to make your Angular applications secure? What kind of security features does Angular offer you, and which additional steps can you take to really boost the security of your applications?

In this session, we cover one of the biggest threats in modern web applications: untrusted JavaScript code. You will learn how Angular protects you against XSS, and why you shouldn't bypass this protection. We will also dive into new security mechanisms, such as Content Security Policy. Through a few examples,the speaker will show you how you can use these mechanisms to enhance the security in your client-side context.

Co-hosted with Angular-SF and Code Self Study

About the Speaker:

Philippe De Ryck ( is a professional speaker and trainer on software security and web security. Since he obtained his PhD at the imec-DistriNet research group (KU Leuven, Belgium), he has been running the group's Web Security Training program, which ensures a sustainable knowledge transfer of the group’s security expertise towards practitioners.

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Cross-posted from Code Self Study (, a programming community made up of over 3,000 programmers in Berkeley and the San Francisco Bay Area. Visit the portal ( to learn more!

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