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Wednesday, May 29 • 2:05pm - 2:35pm
Testing Security In, the Right Way

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Developing secure software requires a solid SDLC, including all team members throughout ALL stages of the process, from requirements through implementation.
So how come we always ignore QA? Why do we often talk about developers as security champions, but rarely mention the QA team for this?
In our talk, we will show how to integrate the QA team into the security testing process, and why we should shift some of the security tasks to QA for optimum results. 
We’ll see some examples, and templates, we built and used for our projects, that the audience can implement quickly in their own projects.

We aim to convince the audience that a partnership between QA & Security teams can work very well, based on their mutual interests, and this will enable in-depth security testing, both automatically and manually, to be done in every sprint.

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Iris Levari

Application Security Expert, Self Employed
An Application security architect @ Playtech, 20 years in Cyber security,CISSP trainer,  SDLC practitioner,LA27001, loves cryptography, penetration testing.  Samsung security lab bug bounty manager (smart TV) IoT penetration testing 2011-2014  security researcher @ Amdocs 2007-2010... Read More →
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Adi Belinkov

JPMorgan Chase & Co, VP Cybersecurity
Currently a VP Cybersecurity at JPMorgan Chase & Co  an Application security architect, 7 years in Cyber security,Ironsource: 2015-2018 as Security Manager at ironSource2013-2015 as Information Security Consultant at EY (Hacktics)Degree in Software Engineering  served in 8200 2... Read More →

Wednesday May 29, 2019 2:05pm - 2:35pm IDT
Hall A