Jet Anderson has over 15+ years web software development experience in a variety of fields. He started out programming Perl and Java back in the late 90’s and has since written software in over 10 languages. Jet recently joined Veracode as a Security Solutions Architect, supporting customers in their adoption of Veracode’s cloud-based security testing solution and designing large scale integrations across the enterprise application landscape.
Jet is a technical evanglist at Veracode. He likes talking to customers and helping them with their DevSecOps journey.
- What's in your Crypto Currency Wallet?
Keeping up with our theme of cryptocurrency blog posts, especially given all of the hoopla about digital currencies these days, we decided to do a little digging into the relative security of cryptocurrency related open source projects. Wow. Just wow. The names have been changed to protect the guilty, but even we were surprised at the results. In total, we scanned the top five projects with… READ MORE
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- Introducing Quick Scan
Sometimes you need to get information quickly on what's going into your project. You may not even have the project in a buildable state yet. So, if you're pulling together packages to solve your coding challenges but you're not anywhere near the point of building, how do you get actionable intelligence to help you make smart decisions about what you're putting in this build? This is where Quick… READ MORE
This post was originally published on May 2, 2016 at: https://thatsjet.com/2016/05/02/securing-the-sdlc/ I had the opportunity to speak last week at my local ISSA chapter on the topic of Securing the Software Development Lifecycle. Given the interest it generated among the attendees I realized that this is a topic for MUCH further discussion worthy of at least a few blog posts on thatsjet.com.… READ MORE
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