Today I have the privilege of talking about one of my favorite topics, security, with one of the largest groups of developers I’ve ever spoken to. While the talk is short, only 25 minutes with questions, hopefully it will give a few folks some ideas on better improving their own code by avoiding some of the inherent pitfalls of our trade. Take a look at my slides below for more info.
About Chris Wiegman
Chris is an Staff Engineer at WP Engine who has been working with WordPress since 2008. He built one of the largest security plugins on WordPress.org, WordPress plugins and themes, Google Chrome extensions, WordPress development environments and solutions for sites large and small. When not writing code, Chris, a teacher at heart, has presented sessions, workshops and keynote addresses at numerous WordCamps and other conferences as well as taught computer security for St. Edward’s University plus other university courses ranging from computers to aviation.