OWASP/ISSA Bletchley Park 2012, Graveyards & Zombies

The May 10th OWASP/ISSA meeting at Bletchley Park was a chance to discuss web security, but the bigger draw was visiting the home of British code-breaking during WWII. It was astonishing to realize how run down the buildings had become. The site’s long-held secrecy ensured disrepair and inattention that is still being remedied. Never the less, it’s one of the most rewarding 30-minute train trips you can take from London.

On a different note, here are the slides for my presentation on Graveyards & Zombies — observations on vulns that should have been quashed by good design, but continue to vex web security.

Published by Mike Shema

Mike works with product security and DevSecOps teams to build safer applications. He also writes about information security, with an infusion of references to music (80s), sci-fi (apocalyptic), and horror (spooky) to keep the topics entertaining. He hosts the Application Security Weekly podcast.

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