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Tuesday, January 24 • 12:00pm - 12:50pm
Twubhubbook: like an appsec program, but for startups

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It’s 2025. Many of the problems in appsec in <%= current_year %> have mitigations, maybe even solutions. The value of an appsec program is widely accepted as a requirement for any successful company. Yet XSS and other common vulnerabilities are still occupying the time of many engineering teams. Twubhubbook has the benefit of being a new startup: it's mostly a blank slate situation. This is the story of how Twubhubbook rolled out their program without skipping a beat or breaking the bank. The purpose of this imaginary story is to provide practical advice that you can take to a current or future startup (sorry enterprise people) based on the successes and failures of today's startups. 

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Brent Johnson

Application Security Contractor, GitHub
Brent is a working as an Application Security contractor for GitHub as he finishes a B.S in Computer Science with a minor in Applied Computer Security from the University of Southern California. His primary focus is on application security and he has a strong interest in ways to automate... Read More →
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Neil Matatall

Security Engineer, GitHub
Neil is a product security engineer at GitHub and a co-founder of Brakeman Pro. He has spent the last 12 years doing mostly AppSec work and is heavily involved in AppSec communities. Previously, Neil has been an engineer at Twitter, a W3C-webappsec group member, an OWASP Chapter leader... Read More →

Tuesday January 24, 2017 12:00pm - 12:50pm
Marion Davies Guest House

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