Web enabled systems are now an integral part of everything we interact with, from microelectronics to voice enabled hardware, from text messages and phone calls to email, and really we’re just limited by our imaginations as to what we can connect. As we explore vast new realms of communication over mixed digital media, we have to ask ourselves how we protect our critical data within potential unsecure environments. Going beyond that, how do we protect some of our more critical data, payment information, in this same realm.
As we look at a multitude of different environments, we’ll be exploring how to secure user identity and payment information through the communication channels, covering topics like:
* Securing identity and payment data through voice commands or text.
* Tokenization and encryption security.
* Techniques for triggering secure transactions from communications media.
At the end of the session, we’ll have a stronger understanding of proper techniques for working with new communication media sources, and see how we can apply fundamental security precepts in potentially insecure environments.
Jonathan LeBlanc is an Emmy award winning software engineer, author of the O’Reilly book “Programming Social Applications”, co-author of the upcoming title “Identity and Data Security for Web Developers”, and the Head of Global Developer Advocacy for Braintree and PayPal.
Specializing in identity, auth and security, hardware to web interconnectivity, and data mining techniques, as well as open source initiatives around social engagement, Jonathan works on the development of emerging initiatives towards building a more user-centric web.