Bram Verburg

Bram Verburg
Architect, Security and Elixir Advocate

Training: Practical security for Elixir/Phoenix

This course is a hands-on overview of security aspects around the Erlang/Elixir ecosystem, including (but not limited to) Phoenix web applications and APIs. Topics include: exploration of a deliberately vulnerable application, techniques and tools for security scanning, analysis of past vulnerabilities, and practical topics such as the correct use of security-related Plugs, TLS client/server configuration, use of Erlang's crypto library, and Erlang distribution protocol.

 


Course TLDR

Erlang and Elixir make it easy to take your application to the next level in terms of robustness and scalability; don't forget to level up your security as well!

 


Target audience

Intermediate

Architect and Security Advocate, Elixir user since 2012 and occasional blogger on Erlang/Elixir security topics at https://blog.voltone.net/. Drawing on 20 years of experience delivering hardware and software to tier-1 telcos around the world, meeting their stringent security and reliability requirements. Dutch expat currently living in Tel Aviv, Israel with wife, 2 kids and no pets.

Github: voltone

Twitter: @voltonez

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