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WhatWorks in AppSec: ASP.NET Identity and AntiForgery Tokens

  • Friday, July 24th, 2015 at 11:00 AM EDT (15:00:00 UTC)
  • Eric Johnson
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Learn how to block authentication, authorization, and CSRF attacks in your ASP.NET MVC applications! In this webcast, Eric Johnson, the lead author of the DEV544: Secure Coding in .NET course will break down and demonstrate how to use ASP.NET Identity to stop brute-force attacks and implement access control rules in your applications. This presentation will also show you how to block CSRF attacks by using AntiForgey tokens. This webcast serves as a primer for developers or architects considering making the leap to .NET MVC and will leave you with immediate takeaways to go secure your applications.

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Speaker Bio

Eric Johnson

Eric is a co-founder and principal security engineer at Puma Security focusing on modern static analysis product development and DevSecOps automation. His experience includes application security automation, cloud security reviews, static source code analysis, web and mobile application penetration testing, secure development lifecycle consulting, and secure code review assessments.

Previously, Eric spent 5 years as a principal security consultant at an information security consulting firm helping companies deliver secure products to their customers, and another 10 years as an information security engineer at a large US financial institution performing source code audits.

As a Certified Instructor with the SANS Institute, Eric authors information security courses on DevSecOps, cloud security, secure coding, and defending mobile apps. He serves on the advisory board for the SANS Security Awareness Developer training program, delivers security training around the world, and presents security research at conferences including SANS, BlackHat, OWASP, BSides, JavaOne, UberConf, and ISSA.

Eric completed a bachelor's degree in computer engineering and a masters degree in information assurance at Iowa State University, and currently holds the CISSP, GWAPT, GSSP-.NET, and GSSP-Java certifications.

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