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Security Vulnerabilities for Grown-ups
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| by Vitaly Osipov Follow 0 Followers on Sep 14, 2012 |

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Vitaly Osipov shares 7 product security lessons learned at Atlassian related to why security incidents happen, what we would like to do about them and what can be done.

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Vitaly Osipov, born in Russia, spent the past 14 years working in information security in a number of industries in several European countries and his second home at the other end of the world, in Sydney, Australia. He wrote several books on information security, its offensive and defensive sides, for Syngress/Elsevier. Vitaly works for Atlassian.

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