Chris Eng, Chief Research Officer, is responsible for integrating security expertise into Veracode’s technology. In addition to helping define and prioritize the security feature set of the Veracode service, he consults frequently with customers to discuss and advance their application security initiatives. With over 15 years of experience in application security, Chris brings a wealth of practical expertise to Veracode.
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- June 19, 2020 | By Chris Eng
Software development is ever-evolving, and with that demand for innovation and scale comes the need to ensure software is secure. Many enterprise organizations have invested in AppSec to help them identify security flaws throughout the development process. However, within higher education, secure…Read Article
- June 21, 2013 | By Chris Eng
When I studied computer science in college, the curriculum wasn’t designed to teach all the different programming languages with the goal of becoming as “multi-lingual” as possible. Instead we focused on conceptual areas -- data structures, machine structures, algorithms, etc. The languages with…Read Article
- July 6, 2011 | By Chris Eng
[UPDATE: Since there seems to be some confusion, the "We" in the title of this post is NOT "Veracode". The expression is a generic one intended to illustrate the attitude exhibited by many companies who like to downplay the value and/or effectiveness of technologies that they themselves do not sell…Read Article
- December 7, 2010 | By Chris Eng
As application inventories have become larger, more diverse, and increasingly complex, organizations have struggled to build application security testing programs that are effective and scalable. New technologies and methodologies promise to help streamline the Secure Development Lifecycle (SDLC),…Read Article
- May 17, 2010 | By Chris Eng
Lots of people have been asking us for opinions on HTML5 security lately. Chris and I discussed the potential attack vectors with the Veracode research team, most notably Brandon Creighton and Isaac Dawson. Here's some of what we came up with. Keep in mind that the HTML5 spec and implementations…Read Article
- February 7, 2010 | By Chris Eng
[UPDATE, 2/10/2010: We've written a follow-up blog post to address some of the questions and misconceptions we've been seeing.]Tyler Shields gave a presentation earlier today at ShmooCon 2010 on the threats of mobile spyware, particularly as it relates to data privacy. Smart phones and mobile…Read Article
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