Joël Hébert on Building an ASP.NET Security Skeleton

From Episode 3 – Securing .NET Applications | February 1, 2012

ASP.NET MVP Joël Hébert had one of the most attended sessions at TechDays 2011. In the session, he walked through creating a template that can be re-used in every ASP.NET-based application to protect against common security vulnerabilities and attacks. The full session is available on-demand on TechDays Online. Here, Joël explores a common software architecture document and discusses the need to document threats and mitigations right from the design phases of an application. He then provides an overview of his ASP.NET security skeleton and recommends tools used to test for threats in applications.

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Joël Hébert

Joël Hébert is the Director and Chief Architect at Opulent ASP Development Inc. where he works as a consultant specializing in ASP.NET Enterprise Architecture/Development. He has developed large-scale web applications and Computer Aided Audit Tools for CaseWare-IDEA and is currently working on federal government projects. He is passionate about web application security and enterprise applications patterns.

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Comments (2)

  1. Mike Johnson says:

    This was a great talk last fall at Tech Days. I know there was talk that this skeleton might make it on-line. Does anyone know if this skeleton is online someplace?

  2. In the clip, Joel talked about putting it on CodePlex. I'll ask him.