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Announcing DefendCon from Adobe

The rate of growth for jobs in information security is projected at 37% through 20221— much faster than the average for other occupat...

Adobe @ DefCon 2017

A few weeks ago we joined fellow members of the Adobe security team at Defcon 2017. The conference attendance has grown in size over th...

Leveraging Security Headers for Better Web App Security

Modern browsers support quite a few HTTP headers that provide an additional layer in any defense-in-depth strategy. If present in an HT...

Help Protect Your Devices: Update Your Software

When you receive a notification from your computer that it’s time to update your software, do you immediately accept it or do you del...

OWASP, IR, ML, and Internal Bug Bounties

A few weeks ago, I traveled to the OWASP Summit located just outside of London. The OWASP Summit is not a conference. It is a remote of...

Lessons Learned from Improving Transport Layer Security (TLS) at Adobe

Transport Layer Security (TLS) is the foundation of security on the internet. As our team evolved from primarily consultative role to s...

Adobe @ Security of Things World 2017

Dave Lenoe, Director of the Adobe Secure Software Engineering Team, will be speaking this week at Security of Things World 2017 in Berl...

Getting Secrets Out of Source Code

Secrets are valuable information targeted by attackers to get access to your system and data. Secrets can be encryption keys, passwords...

Thanks to All Who Have Downloaded Open Source CCF

As announced at ISACA North America CACS this past Monday, May 1st, by our own Abhi Pandit, Adobe has made available an open source ver...

Adobe Releases Common Control Framework (CCF) as Open Source

The Common Control Framework (CCF) by Adobe is the cornerstone of our company-wide compliance strategy.  It is a comprehensive set of ...

Developing an Amazon Web Services (AWS) Security Standard

Adobe has an established footprint on Amazon Web Services (AWS).  It started in 2008 with Managed Services, and expanded greatly with ...

Evolving an Application Security Team

A centralized application security team, similar to ours here at Adobe, can be the key to driving the security vision of the company. I...

Pwn2Own 2017

The ZDI Pwn2Own contest celebrated its tenth anniversary this year. Working for Adobe over the past ten years, I have seen a lot of ch...

Adobe @ CanSecWest 2017

It was another great year for the Adobe security team at CanSec West 2017 in beautiful Vancouver. CanSec West 2017 was an eclectic mix ...