Security is now important to all of us, not just people who work at Facebook. Most developers think about security in terms of security technologies that they want to apply to their systems, and then ask how secure the system is. From a secure systems perspective, this is the wrong way around. To build a secure system, you need to start from the things that need to be protected and the threats to those resources. In this session, Eoin will dive into the fundamentals of system security to introduce the topics we need to understand in order to decide how to secure our systems.
Eoin Woods is CTO at Endava, the European IT services company, an author, a conference speaker and an active member of the London software engineering community. His main technical interests are software architecture, distributed systems and computer security.
18:15: Doors open
18:30: Main presentation (1 hour approx.)
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