The Boeing Company
Edmund Jones - Boeing
Oct 17, 2012Size: 443.0MB
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AbstractIn this talk EJ will be speaking about a security development lifecycle necessary to address vulnerabilities in complex systems. The need for software security is clear in today's cyber world. He will be talking about the steps necessary to ensure a high level of assurance in systems to identify, mitigate, and control threats and vulnerabilities. He will be going beyond the traditional software security development lifecycle and bring real world examples. EJ is an engaging speaker so bring your questions.
About the SpeakerEJ Jones is a Technical Fellow in Information Security at the Boeing Company. He is recognized industry wide as an expert in software engineering and has over 20 years of experience in the software development and has developed large scale systems on many diverse platforms and languages. He has created Application Security teams and has hands on experience in every phase of the software security lifecycle and has created comprehensive security programs for software development.
EJ has also been leading technical teams in evaluating cloud hosting security controls for applications. He teaches all aspects of software development and a certified CSSLP instructor. He was one of the first developers in the nation to receive the GIAC Secure Software Programming certification in Java. EJ is a leading security architect for mobile devices. He has spoken at the RSA Security, IBM/Rational Developers, and Cloud Security Alliance conferences. In his spare time EJ develops iPhone applications.
Education and Credentials:
· BS Computer Science
· MSE Software Engineering
· CISSP-ISSEP, CSSLP, GIAC-Java
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