Things tend to move quickly in a startup environment. When you’re crushing code like candy and pulling requests like taffy, security can often fall by the wayside. Kelly Lum discusses her experiences working for both large corporations and startups, what works for one versus the other, and how to keep up with a break-neck pace while still producing hacker-resilient code.
Kelly Lum has been working in information security for over 12 years. She has used her knowledge of both defensive and offensive application security in a wide range of industries, including military, finance, and startups, and has discussed her work in reverse engineering and experiences in security at many industry conferences, including Black Hat, LASCon, and SummerCon. Kelly is also an adjunct professor of application security at NYU’s Tandon School of Engineering.
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