B.J. is a developer working on the Veracode platform. He has been a security researcher for over 25 years, and has been developing web applications for over ten. Mr. Herbison started his computer security career with the Computer Security Development Group at Digital Equipment Corporation where he presented papers on network security at the National Computer Security Conference and the CRYPTO conference. He has also worked at Kendall Square Research, Data General Corporation, HighGround Systems/Sun Microsystems, and Raytheon. Mr. Herbison earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Computer and Information Studies and Mathematics from Colgate University in Hamilton, New York along with a Master…
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