Continuous Fuzzing: The Trending Security Technique Among Silicon Valley’s Tech Behemoths

  • Date 21 Nov 2019 - Thursday

Continuous Fuzzing: The Trending Security Technique Among Silicon Valley’s Tech Behemoths

21 Nov 2019, 11:00 - 11:50

Track 1: Emerging security tools & techniques
Language:
English

Continuous fuzzing has become a hot security trend among tech behemoths like Google, Microsoft, and more. Dr. David Brumley will share his research on the synergistic power of guided fuzzing from his research at Carnegie Mellon University.

After this session you will be able to:

  • Describe how users can more quickly reach the scale and computing service required to bear the benefits of fuzzing
  • Share how automating high-effort manual tasks, such as vulnerability and risk management, will allow security engineers and developers to focus on problem-solving and innovation
  • Outline how organizations can start efficiently and effectively continuously fuzzing within their own team
  • Explain the origin of fuzzing, outline use cases for this method of dynamic negative testing, and provide insight into how DevSecOps can leverage fuzzing for scale

 

Contributors

  • David Brumley

    Speaker

    CEO

    Carnegie Mellon University

    Dr. David Brumley is CEO and co-founder of ForAllSecure and a Professor at CMU in ECE & CS. ForAllSecure's mission is to make the worlds software...

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