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Common Security-Related Oversights, Assumptions, and Blunders in Software Testing
Security comprises a significant portion of the overall quality of software yet we continue to see software flaws that, at best, create unnecessary business risks and often lead to application-level data breaches. In this Security Lesson, information security expert Kevin Beaver explores the underlying causes of such gaps in the software testing process and offers suggestions on what can be done to fix this problem once and for all. If you're a QA analyst/tester, developer, or otherwise involved in the overall quality and security of software in your business this Security Lesson is for you.
SpeakerKevin Beaver founder and principal information security consultant, Principle Logic, LLC
Kevin Beaver is an information security consultant, writer, professional, speaker and expert witness at Atlanta-based Principle Logic, LLC. With over 25 years of experience in the industry, Kevin specializes in performing independent security vulnerability assessments of network systems as well as Web and mobile applications. He has authored or co-authored 11 books on information security, including the best-selling Hacking For Dummies.