Software Developers Need To Worry About Security As Never Before They Need Clear Guidance On Safe Coding Practices, And That S Exactly What This Book Delivers The Book Does Not Delve Deep Into Theory, Or Rant About The Politics Of Security Instead, It Clearly And Simply Lays Out The Most Common Threats That Programmers Need To Defend Against It Then Shows Programmers How To Make Their Defense The Book Takes A Broad Focus, Ranging Over SQL Injection, Worms And Buffer Overflows, Password Security, AndIt Sets Programmers On The Path Towards Successfully Defending Against The Entire Gamut Of Security Threats That They Might Face.
Christoph Kern is an information security engineer at Google and was previously a senior security architect at Yodlee, a provider of technology solutions to the financial services industry He has extensive experience in performing security design reviews and code audits, designing and developing secure applications, and helping product managers and software engineers effectively mitigate security risks in their software products
- Mass Market Paperback
- 292 pages
- Foundations of Security: What Every Programmer Needs to Know (Expert's Voice)
- Christoph Kern
- 16 November 2018 Christoph Kern