Expert interviews from SecAppDev 2018
Faculty members at SecAppDev 2018 are world-renowned experts in their field. That is why we decided to grab a few of them for an interview, allowing them to share their thoughts on application security (and life on Hawaii). Unfortunately, we had to settle for only four interviews, but they turned out great.
Looking forward to SecAppDev 2019
February 18 - 22, Leuven, Belgium
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If you're not familiar with SecAppDev, these testimonials will give you plenty of reasons to join us in 2019!
The most valuable aspect of the course was the way that the organizing team managed to ensure that everyone enjoys their stay. Also, the speakers were exceptional and they changed the way I was seeing things in regards to global security!
Alex Gatu, Security Test Consultant, Endava
SecAppDev stands out for it’s varied mix of both theoretical and practical courses, offering courses for both neophytes and more advanced practitioners of application security. Topics range from fundamental security to emerging technologies, ensuring that you learn something new with every session you attend. The atmosphere really makes you feel at home, plus you get the opportunity to get a taste of Belgium’s rich architecture and refined gastronomy.
Philippe Demaecker, Security Officer, MEDIAGENIX
SecAppDev is a one-week training course that provides a very good introduction on several key area of the Application Security. The course allows students to well understand how security should be included in a Software Development Life Cycle. Trainers are very highly skilled and take time to explain the presented concepts. They are also keen to answer technical questions in detail, even when it spans into the coffee break.
The mindset of this course is “Technical, humbleness and 100% knowledge sharing between all participants, including students”.
SecAppDev for me is like a SANS Course but dedicated to the AppSec domain. From a student point of view, it offers the same quality and benefits.
Dominique Righetto, Application Security Consultant, Excellium Services
Reflections on SecAppDev 2018
The feedback on SecAppDev 2018 was overwhelmingly positive. Thank you to all of our speakers for their insightful presentations, to our volunteers for their efforts, and to our attendees for sparking lively discussions.
This is what attendees had to say about this year's edition:
The next edition of SecAppDev will take place from February 18th till February 22nd, at the Faculty Club in Leuven, Belgium.
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The handouts for the sessions are attached to the session descriptions in the program. They are also available in the list of handouts from previous editions.