Vaultree Cast #2 — Keeping Applications Secure and Best Practices
In this episode, we talk about “Keeping Applications Secure and Best Practices” with our guest Fernando Boaglio, a Solutions Architect with more than 20 years of experience with application architecture and software development. Passionate about learning new technologies and sharing with the team, he is also an author of books about Jenkins, MongoDB, Spring Boot, and others.
Here are a few of the tips he shared with us:
Things to consider regarding the security of a web application
- No application is 100% safe: Everyone who works with information technology knows that the cybercrime industry is constantly evolving, whether in technology, professionals, money and mainly in identifying vulnerabilities.
- Delegate responsibility: The responsibilities of cybersecurity are extensive. Make sure you define roles when it comes to access and responsibilities, adapting safe practices in the workplace.
Spring Security best practices for Java developers
As an author of books on the subject and Java and Spring expert, Fernando shared his number one Spring Security tips for those building their career as Java/Spring developers, such as using a “firewall principle”.
Vaultree Cast - Keeping Applications Secure and Best Practices
In this episode, Fernando Boaglio, Solutions Architect, walks us through the main topics on how to make your web…
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