Demystifying Front-End Security
Making a website fast and secure
Enter password to watch:
About The Session
Thursday, December 14, 15:00 GMT.
Every day, billions of people around the world use the web to work, to find information, and to be entertained. When they come to your site, they trust you to provide them with a good experience. They expect a site that loads quickly, that works in their browser, and that is well designed. And though they may not vocalize it, they certainly expect that experience will be safe: that any information they provide will not be stolen or used in ways they did not expect.
That trust is an important thing, and it’s up to us to make sure it’s justified. But security is an intimidating topic. There are so many different types of attacks, so many different ways that information can be exposed. It can be difficult to wrap our heads around.
In this webinar, we’re going to make front-end security more approachable.
This webinar will feature practical insights that you can actually learn from and take back to your company. By the end of the presentation, you will:
- Learn how to conduct, and how to defend against, common attacks.
- See how Content-Security Policies can help protect your users.
- Learn how HTTPS works and how to set it up.
- Explore different tools that can help you start building more secure sites and applications right now, and ensure they stay that way.
This webinar is for anyone doing front-end development. You don’t need to know a single thing about security: we’ll build from the ground up. Beware: you might not be able to unlearn what you'll learn in this session.
Format: 60 mins session + 30 mins conversation.
Enter password to watch:
About The Speaker
Tim is a web developer living in northern Wisconsin with his wife and three daughters. He is very passionate about the Web and can frequently be found speaking about what he’s learned at a variety of Web conferences. Currently Tim is working at Snyk, helping developers use open source and stay secure, and continuously find and fix vulnerabilities in your dependencies.
He wrote ‘Implementing Responsive Design: Building sites for an anywhere, everywhere web’ and was a contributing author for the Web Performance Daybook Volume 2.
We run practical sessions every week. No fluff, just actionable techniques and strategies for building and designing better experiences. Here are a few recent ones:
- The Five Whys Of Web Font Loading Performance
Zach Leatherman on Jun 13, 2019.
- JAMstack Fundamentals: What, What and How?
Phil Hawksworth on Jun 5, 2019.
- Every Product Has A Voice
Benjamin Hersh on May 29, 2019.
- Inspired Design Decisions: Inspired by Pressing Matters Magazine
Andrew Clarke on May 21, 2019.
- Developing And Designing For Privacy
Heather Burns on May 14, 2019.
- Deep Dive into WebPageTest
Patrick Meenan on May 7, 2019.
- The How And Why Of Semantic HTML
Mandy Michael on Apr 30, 2019.