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Caroline Wong

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Caroline Wong

Cobalt.io

Caroline Wong is the Chief Security Strategist at Cobalt.io. Her close and practical information security knowledge stems from broad experience as a Cigital consultant, a Symantec product manager, and day-to-day leadership roles at eBay and Zynga. She is a well-known thought leader and has contributed content to LinkedIn Learning and Forbes.

Caroline has been featured in multiple Women in IT Security issues of SC Magazine and was named one of the Top Women in Cloud by CloudNOW. She received a Women of Influence Award in the One to Watch category and authored the popular textbook Security Metrics: A Beginner’s Guide, published by McGraw-Hill. Caroline graduated from U.C. Berkeley with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences and holds a certificate in Finance and Accounting from Stanford University Graduate School of Business.

Session: OWASP Top 10 Overview

Software is vulnerable. The good news is, software is vulnerable in ways that are known and can be addressed. For the past 15+ years, the security community has been publishing and tracking a list of common security vulnerabilities called the OWASP Top 10. This session provides a brief overview of ten common DevSecOps security vulnerability categories. It's a lot to cover in 30 minutes, so this session focuses on the general concepts.