Yesterday, the Swetugg conference in Stockholm, Sweden, gathered hundreds of developers for a full day of talks and best practices. Detectify’s software engineer Martina Janevska was one of this year’s speakers. Martina used her own 2-year old code to demonstrate how much she has learnt about security since she started to work at Detectify – with her new security skillset, she actually hacked her old code to find out how vulnerable it was at the time she built it.
Security Awards is a yearly event arranged by the Swedish publication Skydd och Säkerhet. Detectify’s backend developer Jonatan was one of the finalists for Security Awards’ Security Student of 2016, so we caught up with him right after the event to ask him about the Swedish education system and his personal security role models.
Basefarm, the leading service provider of mission critical applications, and Detectify, a Swedish IT security firm focused on web security, have signed a collaborative deal. Using the collaborative security solution provided by Basefarm and Detectify, customers will be able to safety test their websites in order to identify and fix potential vulnerabilities.
On May 11th, we co-organised a PHP security meetup together with PHP Stockholm at SUP46, where our knowledge advisor Frans Rosén talked about PHP vulnerabilities and ways to make PHP code more secure. Over 60 PHP experts attended this event and we loved discussing security in such a great environment! Check out this blog post to read up on the meetup and watch the video recording of Frans’ talk.
We’ve got some cool events coming up and we’re looking forward to discussing security at tech conferences, meetups and webinars. Check out this blog post for a complete list of events we’ll be attending this summer and autumn. If you’d like to schedule a meeting with us in advance or get hold of us at any of the events, just drop us a line at hello[at]detectify.com or reach out to us on Twitter. We can’t wait to meet you!