heise devSec will take place in Karlsruhe on September 12th and 13th. The seventh edition of heise Developer, heise Security, iX and dpunkt.verlag The conference on secure software development that is organized under the motto “Secure software begins before the first line of code”.
Security is an integral part of software development – from design through the development process to deployment. heise devSec 2023 is primarily aimed at software developers and architects, project managers and team leaders as well as security and quality officers. It helps them to keep an eye on current security issues and to face the challenges of complex processes and new attack scenarios.
Web Applications, Supply Chain, Kubernetes and Privacy by Design
The program of the conference offers over 30 lectures over two days, including the following lectures:
- The ABC of secure web applications
- Software Supply Chain Security mit dem SLSA
- Multifactor authentication in practice
- Scaling Security in Kubernetes
- Erweiterung des Secure Development Lifecycle um Privacy by Design
- How to take over a bank with math
Tickets for heise devSec are available until July 23rd at the early bird price of 999 euros (all prices plus 19% VAT). The workshops “OAuth 2.1 and OpenID Connect for developers” and “Taking over, maintaining and securing legacy software: a practice-oriented workshop” will take place during the conference presentation, each costing 599 euros. There are also discounted combination tickets for the conference and workshop.
Online theme day on 2FA in May
Those who make last-minute decisions can still book tickets for the online theme day “2FA, MFA & Beyond”, which will take place on May 16th. He provides the background to multi-factor authentication, TOTP and WebAuthn. Practical lectures show the implementation in frontend and backend applications. One lecture is devoted to the pitfalls of implementation.
Anyone who would like to be informed about the course of heise devSec can register for the newsletter or the organizers follow on twitter – the hashtag is this year #devSec23.