Anti-Cast | Radioactive Vulnerabilities-Learn Secure Coding w/ Jennifer Shannon and Kathy Collins
March 6 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm EST
Tune in to ‘Radioactive Vulnerabilities – Learn Secure Coding,’ a free one-hour Antisyphon Anti-Cast that shares the tragic story of the Therac-25 radiation therapy incidents and how those incidents can teach us the significance of security testing before technology deployment.
During this interactive Anti-Cast, we always encourage our viewers to engage with our instructors and hosts, so please join us and ask questions while Jennifer and Kathy explore:
- The need for security testing in software development
- Ways to implement security throughout development.
- Understand the need to stay updated for industry best practices
We’re excited to learn with you!
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Jennifer is a senior security consultant at Secure Ideas with a background in malware analysis, penetration testing, and teaching. An avid computer geek for most of her life, she began her journey in cybersecurity as a SOC Analyst, where she showed an aptitude for penetration testing and malware analysis. Her background as “blue team” uniquely prepared her for guiding clients through remediation and contextualizing findings for their environment.
She graduated with honors from Florida State College at Jacksonville’s networking program. While pursuing her degree, she dedicated time to teaching computing skills to underrepresented minorities. Jennifer continues to be passionate about teaching and is eager to share her knowledge with anyone who will listen.
Kathy Collins is a Security Consultant at Secure Ideas. She performs penetration testing, Scout services, and produces the bi-weekly Professionally Evil Podcast. Kathy studied Cybersecurity at Fullstack Academy New York, holds a CompTia Security+ certification, and she also holds the CISSP certification. Kathy’s background consists of 20 years of non-profit, education and corporate experience in the hospitality industry. She enjoys writing, 80’s horror movies, the outdoors, hands-on projects, cooking, and building and modifying mechanical keyboards.