What does doing security look like - How to release products and get bugs.

Technical University of Munich
Tue, Nov 30, 6:00 PM (CET)

About this event

While the general view from the outside is that security just sort of happens, it's hard to see what goes into the day-to-day of releasing new products. How do large companies decide that something is (or isn't secure), how do they fix bugs before launch and how do they receive bugs afterward?

This talk will take an overview of what security review/auditing looks like and how Vulnerability reward programs operate and compliment this. It will be held by Paul Devitt, working at the Product Security team and Vulnerability rewards program at Google.

Speaker

  • Paul Devitt

    Paul Devitt

    Google

    Information Security Engineer

    I've been at Google for 10 years, starting in Australia as internal technical support, making my way through Google Fiber, Alphabet companies, and finally with the Product Security team and Vulnerability rewards program. I studied Philosophy at University and haven't worked at a Mcdonald's yet but there is still time and hope.

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  • Organizers

  • Liangda Wang

    Liangda Wang

    DSC Munich Lead

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  • Viviana Sutedjo

    Viviana Sutedjo

    DSC Munich Core team

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  • Melanie Sammer

    Melanie Sammer

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  • Daniel Bilic

    Daniel Bilic

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    Adrian Mitter

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    Maria Pospelova

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    Florian Müller

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    Andreas Zimmerer

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    Berzan Yildiz

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