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Title:
Secure engineering practices, security in the real world
Stream:
Java (5)
Speakers:
Neil Masson
Abstract:
Java was built from the ground up with security clearly in mind and is now the engine powering a huge number of business-critical systems. With this visibility and opportunity come attacks, and this session goes through the current state of security in Java in 2012 (including the Java 6 and 7 verifier changes) and discusses some of the attack vectors. It presents a couple of real-world examples and also talks about the real-world challenges in getting security fixes out quickly. Come learn more about the reality of security today and take away a better awareness of exactly how Java helps protect you.
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Bio:

Neil Masson:

Neil has been involved of the development of a number of software products including aircraft guidance systems, digital telephone exchanges and project management systems. Since joining IBM, he has worked on distributed CICS and Java and is a long-time advocate of the Linux operating system. He currently works in the core Service team for Java and is involved in initiatives to improve the quality and stability of Java releases.

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