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Talking Secure Coding


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illustration of a shield overlay on developer code to convey secure code

Rey Bango is senior director of Developer and Security Relations at Veracode.

In an interview, Rey Bango delves into the topic of secure coding. He discusses why it's needed, barriers to adoption, and secure coding principles, such as verifying for security early and regularly, looking at security issues as bugs, validating inputs, and awareness of third-party components used in open source development.

Bango considers the importance of logging and how verbose logging can be a source of attack, and he talks about the cryptographic flaws in programming languages. Finally, he covers future research in the area of usability and security tooling performance.

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