Sessions that we bring to Essen!

Drew Webber

Unsafe Input; Beyond the Obvious and Poisoning the Cache

Probably the most fundamental tenet of Web Application Security is that you cannot trust user input. However, beyond the basics this principle can extend into some unexpected places.
Tiago Mauricio

Don't 7^3, a tale from infrastructure

In the current days, where more automation masquerades the infrastructure beneath, it becomes easy to cause some configuration errors that put the underlying infrastructure at risk.
Diogo Constantino

Ubuntu, security for Human beings, and now also for robots!

The Ubuntiverse - as a diverse answer for the needs of users - offers a human centred experience, and this made it the most widely used GNU/Linux distribution.
Ayesh Karunaratne

OWASP TOP 10 - and how to prevent them

Open Web Application Security Project or OWASP is an online community of people who care (like you and me) about web application security, and they provide several recommendations to prevent many sorts of online
Balazs Janos Tatar

Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Drupal Security* (*But Were Afraid to Ask)

What we should do if there is a bug or eventually a security issue that is discovered in an Open Source project?