Allison Miller at the O'Reilly Security Conference in New York 2017
Allison Miller at the O'Reilly Security Conference in New York 2017 (source: O'Reilly Conferences via Flickr)

Defenders from across the security world came together for the O'Reilly Security Conference in New York. Below you'll find links to highlights from the event.

Great software is secure software

Chris Wysopal explains how defenders can help developers create secure software through coaching, shared code, and services.

The Dao of defense: Choosing battles based on the seven chakras of security

Katie Moussouris explains how to turn the forces that resist defense activities into the biggest supporters.

Enterprise security: A new hope

Haroon Meer says a new type of security engineering is taking root, which suggests hope for effective corporate security at enterprise scale.

Why cloud-native enterprise security matters

Matt Stine looks at three principles of cloud-native security and explains an approach that addresses the increasing volume and velocity of threats.

Empowering through security

Fredrick Lee shines a light on the ways security can be allowed into the world to do more.

Building a culture of security at the New York Times

Runa Sandvik shares practical lessons on how to build and foster a culture of security across an organization.

An infinite set of security tools

Window Snyder says security basics are hard to implement consistently, but they're worth the effort.

2017 O'Reilly Defender Awards

The O’Reilly Defender Awards celebrate those who have demonstrated exceptional leadership, creativity, and collaboration in the defensive security field.

Article image: Allison Miller at the O'Reilly Security Conference in New York 2017 (source: O'Reilly Conferences via Flickr).