To properly implement a product maturity program, organizations need to embed and grow security expertise. Cultivation of application security champions requires the right pivot point in the following topic: application bug hunting and mitigation strategy.
For everyone who wants to start the new year productively and begin the journey in application security, I will introduce “Web Applications Bug Hunting: Fundamentals and Learning Path” workshop on SINCON.
Once bug hunting becomes a race of known misconfigurations and CVE detection, automation is required:
- monitor daily #BugBountyTips and CVEs;
- filter results with trendy potential;
- get alerts on time (13:37 UTC +0).
“Bug Hunting Hub” is a Telegram channel with my notes and bot notifications.
Authentication, Authorization, and Audit (AAA) in microservice-based architecture is a cornerstone for any scale applications. Multiple “best practices” by technology leaders, multiple recommendations by industry influencers. What is relevant to your product design and should be implemented?
We published the survey deliver the AAAnswers with the criteria for choosing the right one for your application security architecture: “Authentication and authorization in microservice-based systems: survey of architecture patterns.”
Objective: the aim of this study is to provide a helpful resource to application security architect and developers on existing architecture patterns to implement authentication and authorization in microservices-based systems.
You know that product security strategy, if properly integrated into DevOps process, can improve the product. But do you know, how product security can destroy the product?
Join my talk on Security Stage at the upcoming @infosharepl 2020 Online, where I will speak about “Dev, Sec, Oops” principles.
Let’s meet on 23-25 and 28-30 September 2020. Book a ticket using promo code “is20-dmakrushin” to get 10% off. Register: https://infoshare.pl/is-register/