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Wednesday, January 25 • 2:00pm - 2:50pm
When Bandit(s) Strike - Defend your Python Code

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Bandit is an open-source tool designed to discover common security flaws in Python code. Although Bandit was originally developed to find issues in OpenStack (a large open-source cloud platform) it has since been adopted by many Python developers outside of OpenStack. It has found dozens of critical security issues including: command injection, SQLi, insecure temporary file usage, and usage of insecure libraries.

Join Travis McPeak, one of the core developers on the Bandit project to find out: how Bandit works, how to customize it for different workflows, how to create a Security CI pipeline with Bandit, and even how to extend it.

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Will Bengtson

Senior Security Program Manager, Nuna, Inc
William Bengtson is an information security professional with years of experience in a variety of roles including red teaming, network security, architecture risk analysis lead, software security, exploit development, security architect lead, application developer and certification lead. Bengtson comes to Nuna as the Senior Security Program Manager from Lockheed Martin as a Core Cyber Security Lead, Cigital as a Senior Security Consultant, and... Read More →
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Travis McPeak

Sr. Security Architect, IBM
Travis McPeak is a Sr. Security Architect for IBM Cloud. He is a core developer of the Bandit project and is actively involved with OpenStack and Cloud Foundry project security. In his spare time he loves travel, snowboarding, and quality food/beer.



Wednesday January 25, 2017 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Marion Davies Guest House

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