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Secure Design: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
In this third installment of the four-part webinar series on Secure Design, Brook Schoenfield will examine the good, bad, and ugly of secure software design.

Self-protective, attack resilient design is the goal, but, how do we get there?

An exploration of the many of the challenges that must be met on a secure design program’s journey, and those solutions that have proven most effective in meeting those tribulations. Whether you are just starting your journey, or have a program well underway, join Brook S.E. Schoenfield for a survey of the benefits that can be reaped from a secure design program, the techniques that will be employed, and solutions to problems that many programs encounter along the way.

Dec 5, 2019 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Brook Schoenfield
Director, Advisory Services @IOActive
Brook Schoenfield brings over three decades of experience to his role as Director, Advisory Services at IOActive, where he focuses on leveraging threat modeling and building robust software security programs for IOActive’s Global 1000 customers. Prior to IOActive, Schoenfield worked at McAfee LLC (formerly Intel Security Group and McAfee, Inc.) as the Principal Engineer leading product security architecture. In 2015, Schoenfield authored the book, “Securing Systems: Applied Security Architecture and Threat Models.” Schoenfield has been a featured speaker at many security conferences including RSA, BSIMM and the SANS What Works Summits, among others, presenting in his areas of expertise: Secure Development Lifecycle including Agile, SaaS security, information security risk, architecture risk assessment and threat models, identity management, and more.