September 24th, 2008
New York PHP Managing Member Hans Zaunere will be speaking at the OWASP AppSec Conference, September 24th in New York City, the top web security conference
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Coding Secure with PHP
Anyone involved in web application development over the last five years should be aware of the security ecosystem surrounding PHP. Often overhyped, sometimes dramatic, and always interesting, the topics of PHP and security are usually linked at the hip, and a favorite comedy topic for those involved with other languages.
While PHP has made some security mistakes in the past, the focus of criticism is often misguided. The applicable codebase for the security notice whether it be the PHP core, an extension, or an application is forgotten, and PHP as a whole gets one more strike.
PHP also provides great power and flexibility. But with it, comes great responsibility. As with any application living on the internet, it's the entire support staff's responsibility architect, developer, and administrator - to ensure an application meets organization security requirements.
In this talk, Hans Zaunere, Managing Member, New York PHP
provides tips and tricks from the trenches for ensuring your code and LAMP deployment isn't caught off guard. He'll then review the PHP security ecosystem and available resources, debunk myths, and reveal some surprising facts that could leave you thinking PHP is one of the most secure languages available today.
Attend OWASP AppSec Conference, Sept 22nd-25th in New York City, the world's premier technical event for application security experts.
Featuring 6 hands-on training courses and 50 technical presentations with lots of new content, new tools and solutions. Network with 1,000 delegates from 50 nations. Visit product displays by 25 top sponsors in a relaxed setting.
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