OWASP Top 10 Proactive Controls 2016


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James Mallison at 14:37 on 1 Oct 2016

Very useful talk on overall security requirements - I can see this being particularly useful for more beginner to intermediate developers. Could use code examples for a security failure and then how it would be better towards the last few points.

James Byrne at 14:46 on 1 Oct 2016

Very well presented. Could do with being slightly longer

Alistair Shaw at 17:46 on 1 Oct 2016

Really interesting talk on an incredibly important topic.

Sunil Duggal at 18:09 on 1 Oct 2016

Was ok would have liked to have seen the speakers examples in use

Interesting talk and topic. The OWASP always feels a bit enterprise-like to me, with all the acronyms and complicated naming that goes with it, but Katy did a good job making things a lot simpler.
I would've liked to see a couple more examples (perhaps about doing it wrong vs doing it the correct way) of more topics.
I did go home with an actionable item, so I'd say there's something in it for everybody.

Dave Redfern at 22:38 on 1 Oct 2016

Good talk covering the main points and validates the way I have been approaching application design and development for the last few years. Katy gave me extra food for thought, and I know there are a few things I can bring back and start to implement in some of my legacy apps to improve them.

Mark Bradley at 10:52 on 2 Oct 2016

Really good talk. Really useful introduction to writing secure applications.

Tom Williamson at 13:48 on 2 Oct 2016

Very good talk. Important issues and everything very well explained.

Good talk covering well known and lesser known security aspects. However I felt the "nice new website" screen didn't add anything to the overall presentation other than a different background with titles layered over it.

Martin Gill at 10:12 on 3 Oct 2016

Great overview on what security controls to use. Would have been good to hear a longer talk with examples on how to use them.

Chris Seaton at 06:39 on 4 Oct 2016

A pretty good talk that touched on how to address the Top 10 issues and how to defend against them at a code level. One suggestion would be to have a closure look at OWASP Zap.

Anonymous at 21:07 on 4 Oct 2016

Excellent talk , well explained security controls.

Anonymous at 21:10 on 4 Oct 2016

Great overview on what security controls to use to prevent the most common vulnerabilities.