Sept. 17, 2012
-- Savoir Technologies, Inc®, a leader in open source Java SOA Technologies has been selected to present a session at the BSides Security Conference St John's 2012 in St John's, NL, Canada, Sept 21, 2012. The presentation focuses on the procedure for reporting a security vulnerability to an Apache project, what you as a reporter should expect to see happen as the project community validates the issue, and proceeds towards a resolution. Switching gears, we'll talk about how users can validate that their Apache project downloads are in fact legitimate.
"The BSides conference circuit provides an open platform that gives security experts and industry professionals the opportunity to share ideas, insights, and to foster discussion amongst the information security community" said Jamie Goodyear, Computer Systems Analyst of Savoir Technologies®
. "Coming from the Open Source community I believe that engaging other communities through open discussions is key to improving standards and practices".
Savoir will be presenting the following sessions:
* Anatomy of an Apache vulnerability report, and Secure Release Management - Jamie Goodyear - Sept 21st at 10:00AM NST
Savoir Technologies Inc® is an industry leader for open source solutions, especially in the SOA and JavaEE space. Companies of all sizes and industries are turning to open source solutions for reliable and cost-effective measures to increase performance, reliability, and flexibility. Savoir brings its staff’s experience with committership on many of the Apache services stack projects and lessons learned from being in the trenches with Global 2000 clients.
For more information on Savoir Technologies Inc®, please visit http://www.savoirtech.com
For more information on BSides St John's 2012, please visit http://www.securitybsides.com/w/page/51753351/BSidesStJoh...