Yesterday I delivered my Java Web Application Security talk at Jazoon. The presentation I gave was similar to the one I delivered at Utah JUG, but contains a few more slides about penetration testing and securing REST APIs. I also opted not to embed the screencasts in the presentation on SlideShare since you can click on the links to view them. Lastly, I included a great quote from Erlend Oftedal, who left a great comment on my last post.
"Security is a quality, and as all other quality, it is important that we build it into our apps while we are developing them, not patching it on afterwards like many people do."
Like most conferences in the last year, I brought the lovely Trish McGinity with me. As of today, it's been one year since I saw her switch from a Martini to a Guinness and thought "I need to talk to that girl!" It's been a heckuva a ride ever since and I'm sure the future will be just as much fun. To celebrate, we're going to explore Rhine Falls and have dinner at Greulich. Happy Anniversary Trish!