Tuesday, September 22, 2009

DojoSec TV - Web Application Security with Matt Fisher

In this episode of DojoSec TV, Joe McCray interviews Matt Fisher of Piscis Security. Matt is a pioneer in the web application security arena. This interview has a great conversation on the topic. Matt will deliver a talk at DojoCon.

12 comments:

  1. This is really interesting and useful information. Since I work with the field of software development company me this is doubly interesting. Of course there will always be some nuances, but the important thing to know how to solve them.

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  2. Thanks for sharing this video. It is very informative. Some hints are worth using in the process of software development.

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  3. Thank you for the post! This topic lacks of this kind of useful information. I work in a software development company and we'll put this in practise.

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  4. Does your software development company specialise in Web Application Security? DO you create the apps yourself?

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  5. Very interesting review, thank you a lot :) Nowadays everyone can develop his/her own mobile applications for android and iphone securely and fast with advanced http://appyresto.com app builder!

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  6. Good post about web application.Interested in application then choose Software development company

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  7. Thank you for sharing this information, Im interested in website development

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  9. This was a great talk Matt Fisher gave such good tips for mobile application development I hope to find more information similar to this soon on this blog. Thanks for the share.

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  10. This is really interesting and useful. I work in a web development company and we'll put this in practise.

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  12. Great interview Matt. Our web development company also have started involving security protocols in our web applications.

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