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SDD 2017 Schedule

Coding Level
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Advanced Level
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Thursday 18 May 2017



Track 4

Frobisher 1 & 2

Web Application Security: Browsers Fight Back!

Coding Level 4
Advanced Level 4

According to a study, nine out of ten web applications have security vulnerabilities. Developers seem to have a hard time writing secure apps, so browsers come to their aid: new techniques and protocols like built-in XSS filters, special HTTP headers, and more can help prevent many attacks. This session presents and discusses these new safeguards, including HSTS, CSP, secure cookies, and much more.

Christian Wenz

Christian Wenz


Christian is an author, consultant and trainer focusing on web technologies and web application security. He has written or co-written over 100 books, including Professional ASP.NET 4.5 (Wiley) and JavaScript Phrasebook (Sams), and authored several courses for Pluralsight. Christian has spoken at many international developer conferences over the last fifteen years, including TechEd Europe, DevConnections, NDC, Techorama, BASTA!, and many more. He's a Microsoft MVP for ASP.NET and ASPInsiders member, and a co-founder of digital agency Arrabiata Solutions with offices in several European countries. http://www.arrabiata.co.uk  @chwenz

Other presentations by Christian Wenz

Thu 18 May 2017 at 11:30

Track 5

Web application security: lessons learned

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