2014/When Many Eyes Fail You: Tales from Security Standards and Open Source

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It’s often said that “given many eyes, all bugs are shallow” and open source proponents love to list this as a reason that open source is more secure than its closed-source relatives. While that makes a nice sound bite, the reality of security with many eyeballs doesn’t fit so nicely into a tweet. This talk will explore some of the things that surprised me in going from academic security research to industry security research in open source and open standards.

Speaker: Terri Oda

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