MalWare Labs and Why You Should Challenge Shift-Left Testing – Mario Vuksan, Rickard Carlsson – ESW #233
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The development life cycle as we know it is rapidly changing, and today’s AppSec testing needs to keep up with shorter and faster processes. A shift-left approach is no longer enough to protect web assets – you need much more dynamic tools and ways of working.
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MalWare Labs and Why You Should Challenge Shift-Left Testing
Mario Vuksan – CEO & Co-Founder at ReversingLabs
Mario founded ReversingLabs in 2009 and currently serves as CEO. In this role he drives all aspects of the company’s strategy, operations and implementation. Prior to ReversingLabs Mario has held senior technical positions at Bit9 (now Carbon-Black), Microsoft, Groove Networks, and PictureTel (now Polycom). He is the author of numerous research studies, speaking regularly at FS-ISAC, RSA, Black Hat and other leading security conferences.
Rickard Carlsson – Co-founder & CEO at Detectify
Entrepreneurial tech nerd Rickard Carlsson has grown Detectify from a group of ethical hackers with an idea on how to make the internet safer, to an international industry challenger of 140+ people. Rickard has a background in tech and management consulting, and has lived and worked in Sweden, India and the US.
Paul Asadoorian – Founder at Security Weekly
Paul Asadoorian is the founder of Security Weekly, which was acquired by CyberRisk Alliance. Paul spent time “in the trenches” implementing security programs for a lottery company and then a large university. Paul is offensive, having spent several years as a penetration tester. As Product Evangelist for Tenable Network Security, Paul built a library of materials on the topic of vulnerability management. When not hacking together embedded systems (or just plain hacking them) or coding silly projects in Python, Paul can be found researching his next set of headphones.