Secure Development World Conference Announced

Secure Development World Conference Announced

Scheduled for March 25th-26th, 2008, Secure Development World will provide a platform to showcase talents and build new relationships between developers, security experts, and IT professionals. This two-day conference, devised with all competency levels in mind, was created to address the pressing need for building security into the software development lifecycle.

 With five tracks dedicated specifically to secure development and access to like-minded peers, Secure Development World 2008 presents the opportunity to network, share best practices, and discover technological innovations that will affect your organization s applications in the future.


Pertinent details:

  • Dates: March 25th-26th, 2008 (Post Conference Training March 27th-28th, 2008)
  • Location: Hilton Mark Center, Alexandria, VA
  • Audience: software developers, development managers, quality assurance engineers, and application security specialists
  • Tracks: Programming and Scripting Security, Attacking Secure Applications, Enterprise Application Defense, SDLC/Management/Developmental Process, and Secure Software Tips, Tricks and Trends


The conference is proceeded by a two-day training session with Aspect Security, from March 27th-28th. Participants can pick and choose from a selection of one-day and two-day courses, whose topics range from Leading the Development of Secure Applications to Building Secure Web Services and SOA.

 Guest speakers include: Michael Howard, Senior Security Program Manager, Microsoft; Alan Paller, Founder and Director of the Sans Institute; Mary Ann Davison, Chief Security Officer, Oracle; James C. Foster, President, Ciphent, Inc.; John Viega, VP and Chief Security Architect of McAfee; and Gary McGraw, CTO of Cigital.


Secure Development World

Registration: Registration is US$500 for both days. Group, government, corporate, and education discounts are available.

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