Do your development, security, and operations team share app production feedback? Application observations can serve as digital beacons for developers to fortify their code that’s informed by valuable attack data from their security colleagues.
Keith Hoodlet, a DevSecOps expert at Thermo-Fisher Scientific (and long-time application security thought leader), dives into how developers can leverage production app feedback to strengthen their app code.
Combining production feedback with web attack data is the key to strengthening the code iteratively. The common business objective is a codebase that’s more resilient to malicious attacks with each new release.
Keith is a DevSecOps leader at Thermo Fisher and creator of the podcast Application Security Weekly. In his free time, he hacks "all the things" as a Top 100 Security Researcher on Bugcrowd and builds new web applications as a self-identified full-stack developer. Keith has spoken internationally on application security and has trained others in the subject at industry conferences.
Brendon Macaraeg leads product marketing for Signal Sciences which protects the web presence of the world’s leading brands. Prior, Brendon led product marketing for the incident response and professional services division of CrowdStrike. He also led product marketing efforts for both the Norton consumer security products and Symantec's enterprise mobility and endpoint management.