On April 25, 2014, technical staff from the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) and Codenomicon participated in a live-streamed panel discussion on the impact of the Heartbleed OpenSSL vulnerability along with methods to mitigate and even prevent crises like this in the future. Chris Clark, Security Engineer from Codenomicon, one of the cybersecurity organizations that discovered the Heartbleed vulnerability, joined members of SEI's technical staff from the CERT and Software Solutions divisions and from the SEI's Information Technology department. They will be discussing how software vulnerabilities like Heartbleed can be mitigated through the different phases of the secure software lifecycle using techniques available today. They will also discuss how changes to our current software development and management techniques need to be managed to more effectively reduce the effects of incidents like Heartbleed.
About the Panelists
Robert C. Seacord