heise devSec will take place in Karlsruhe on September 12th and 13th. The seventh edition of the conference on secure software development organized by iX, heise Security and dpunkt.verlag continues to have the motto “Secure software begins before the first line of code”.
heise devSec 2023 is primarily aimed at software developers and architects, project managers and team leaders as well as security and quality officers.
MFA, Software Supply Chain and Kubernetes
The conference program features over 30 presentations over two days, including:
Multifactor authentication in practiceThe ABC of secure web applicationsSoftware supply chain security with the SLSAScaling security in KubernetesChatGPT: Complex attacks made easyHow to take over a bank with mathematics
Keynotes on artificial intelligence and fuzzing
The opening keynote is titled “Generative Software Development? Sure!”. David Fuhr considers the tension between security and AI. He takes a look at how generative AI is transforming secure software development. It also shows what threats, risks and attack vectors arise and what countermeasures are available. Finally, he addresses how AI affects the security and value of jobs.
In the second keynote, Firefox Tech Lead Christian Holler tells about the experiences of fuzzing to test the components of the Firefox browser. He gives an insight into the long history that fuzz testing has at Mozilla and shows experimental technologies that the team is currently integrating into Firefox.
Tickets for the conference are available for 1199 euros (all prices plus 19% VAT). The conference presentation will include the workshops “OAuth 2.1 and OpenID Connect for developers”, “Adopt, maintain and secure legacy software: a hands-on workshop” and “DevOps and the API lifecycle: How to use APIOps for design, implementation and security ?” instead, each costing 599 euros. Combination tickets for the conference and workshop are available at a lower package price.
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