NDCSecurity 2020 Jan. 20, 2020 to Jan. 22, 2020, London, UK

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Keynote: Post Quantum Future Jaya Baloo Let's separate the quantum hype from the actual work happening in the field in Europe. ...
A reasonable guide to security practices Niall Merrigan A rational guide to security based on what I have seen, what I do myself ...
The Internet of Pwned Things Troy Hunt If it connects, it can be pwned! As much as we may love IoT, it ...
Modern Web Vulnerabilities 2020 Erlend Oftedal At NDC Security two years ago we looked at some of the lesser known web ...
Introduction to Election Security Patricia Aas Free and correct elections are the linchpin of democracy. For a government to be formed ...
OpenID Connect & OAuth 2.0 – Security Best Practices Dominick Baier Since its publication in RFC6749 and RFC6750, OAuth 2.0 has gotten massive traction in the ...
Designing a Secure Software Development Lifecycle with DevOps Mike Long This talk will describe how to design a secure SDLC for regulated organizations.By applying techniques ...
Measuring DevSecOps: building metrics to understand effectiveness and success Victoria Almazova DevSecOps has recently become indispensable DevOps world part and continues the road to maturity. Most ...
Securing a Security Enterprise Jaya Baloo Does a strong security focused company even really need a CISO? Is being a CISO ...
Implementing OpenID Connect and OAuth 2.0 – Tips from the Trenches Dominick Baier There are typical architectural patterns around identity & access control for modern applications (micro services ...
25 Years of SSL - Secure(ish) Sockets Layer Scott Helme The journey of encryption on the web, issues we've faced along the way, recent advances ...
The Future of AppSec is Cloud-Native Jimmy Mesta Cloud-native technologies are changing the way that security professionals think about application security.This talk will ...
.NET Core Data Security : Hope is not a Strategy Stepehn Haunts Not encrypting your data is a risky move and just relying on hope that you ...
Why Don't Users Do What They are Supposed to Do? A look at users and security Silje Laerk Usable security: how can we promote understanding through HCI design to encourage cyber security? Do ...
Common API Security Pitfalls Philippe de Ryck I always list this talk as an option, as it remains very popular at many ...
The Cyberattack on Visma in 2018, experience sharing and views from the blue team Espen Agnalt Johansen The presentation seeks to share and discuss some details of the attack against Visma seen ...