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Wednesday, August 26 • 10:30 - 10:55
Getting Fuzzy: Blurring The Lines Of Traditional QA & Security Testing

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Fuzz testing is a new tool in the development arsenal enabling developers to inject random, malformed data into their application and see what happens! Fuzz testing helps identify bugs and security issues (e.g., unknown vulnerabilities) that traditional testing processes commonly miss as they are focused on known vulnerabilities. In this session, we will define what fuzz testing is, what it is not, why is it important, and how to get up and running quickly. We will also share several real-world examples of how fuzz testing was used to find bugs that otherwise wouldn't have been discovered. We will end this session with demos of two different fuzz testing techniques within the development workflow leveraging GitLab SCM, CI, and Vulnerability Management.

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David DeSanto

VP, Product, GitLab
David leads the Product Management and Product Operations organizations who are focused on providing a single platform for the entire DevSecOps lifecycle. David holds a MS in Cybersecurity from NYU School of Engineering.
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Sam Kerr

Principal Product Manager, GitLab
Sam Kerr is Principal Product Manager at GitLab. Mr. Kerr holds a patent and has written over a dozen peer-reviewed publications on cryptography, reverse engineering, identity management, and information security. Prior to GitLab, Mr. Kerr delivered multiple award-winning products... Read More →

Wednesday August 26, 2020 10:30 - 10:55 PDT
Magenta Stage