[SASAG] Anyone know a local or close to local Software Security Domain Expert?

Michael T. Halligan michael at halligan.org
Tue Jul 10 08:35:07 PDT 2007


In this realm, I'd recommend Rodney Thayer, rodney at canola-jones.com.  
As a consultant, he can probably help
you fit the bill, or at least make a few great recommendations.


On Jul 9, 2007, at 7:44 AM, Leeland wrote:

> My company is trying to wrestle with the software security issues.
> Like most places they left security mostly to the end and are paying
> for it now. I am working on their Security Consortium group that has
> been formed to start pushing back into all areas (design, testing,
> development, and deployment) to improve security. Problem is most of
> the people here do not know the security lingo, best practices, etc.
> So I am looking for a few real world software security domain experts
> (with solid credentials). What I need right now is someone who can
> give a few short courses (that hopefully will not put people to sleep)
> that will introduce the big picture, and most importantly the
> established security terminology. In other words something like
> "Introduction to Software Security for Dummies".
> I am looking at SANS courses and Usenix too. But, we want to get ALL
> of the people in Qpass involved. So that means a few on site brown
> bags.
> Suggestions?
> Thanks in advance!
> + Leeland
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