Un aperçu de "Secure by Design" avec les auteurs Daniel Sawano et Daniel Deogun, ici sur le podcast de Yellow Duck

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Security breaches and systems being hacked is something that we hear about almost every day. Despite all the literature and expert advice on security, it still happens. Something is clearly not working, right? That’s where Daniel Deogun et Daniel Sawano interviennent. Si vous vous intéressez au sujet de la sécurité des logiciels, vous devriez absolument écouter ce podcast.

Daniel Deogun, Coder & Quality defender, currently Sr. Consultant at Omegapoint AB and Daniel Sawano, an Agile Developer, Software Architect, senior software engineer at Avanza Bank, present a different approach toward creating secure software.

In their upcoming book ‘Secure by Conception’ they investigate the importance of design-centered thinking in the software development process. They apply their combined multi-decade experience in software security to their thought-provoking and informative book.

Dans une conversation avec Marcin Kraszewski, animateur de Yellow Duck, Deogun et Sawano discutent en profondeur de l'importance de considérer même les plus petits ou les plus simples morceaux de code comme faisant partie intégrante du profil de sécurité global de tout produit. En adoptant les méthodologies logicielles Agiles, certains processus peuvent être raccourcis, voire éliminés. La hâte de sortir les logiciels plus rapidement laisse la porte ouverte aux problèmes de sécurité, qui auraient été facilement éliminés si l'on avait réfléchi suffisamment à l'écriture du logiciel au départ.

Their findings indicate that when a software team is focused on creating high-quality well-designed software security will be much easier to achieve. This is because many security vulnerabilities occur when people build solutions too quickly, not considering basic development standards. This sometimes leads to a haphazard approach that leaves systems vulnerable to penetration by hackers, identity thieves, and corporate spies. They point out that a badly designed and overlooked programming element may be the achilles heel of a highly complex product, regardless of having passed a robust set of automated tests.

In a down-to-earth, and inspiring interview Daniel Deogun and Daniel Sawano explain their easy to understand software development philosophy. They know how important software is to our daily lives, and they hope by sharing their insights, the software development industry will take the necessary steps to make software safe once and for all.

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