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Introduction to Fuzzing Software
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Do you love manually performing security and functional tests? If so, this lunch and learn is not for you.
The world is facing a software security crisis. We’re shipping code faster than ever, and we know attackers routinely use exploits for software vulnerabilities to break into critical systems. Today 87% of organizations say they cannot automate security and assurance testing. The result: a permanent offense advantage.
You can build an autopilot for appsec, but it won’t be using the tech you currently use. In 2016, DARPA conducted a $60 million dollar research study to determine whether an autopilot for software assurance was possible. One surprising conclusion: none of the competitive entries used traditional industry tools like SAST (Static Application Security Testing) or SBOM (software bill of materials) tools. Instead, every competitive entry realized that fuzzing must be the foundation.
This lunch and learn will focus on fuzzing, and how to build an autonomous software security and assurance pipeline. We will give a high-level overview of what it takes to set one up and get software into the pipeline, as well as the benefits once completed. We’ll also discuss emerging industry standards that are satisfied or required by fuzzing, including Aerospace, Automotive, NIST, the Missile Defense Agency, and even Roblox games.
David Brumley, Ph.D
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11 - 11 Jan 2022
1:00 pm - 1:45 pm
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