00:16 – Welcome to “Who’s Line of Code is it Anywhere?…” …we mean, “Greater Than Code!”
01:37 – Getting Started with Computer-ing & Security
17:27 – Evaluating Service Providers
As devs, we have the opportunity to make software and tools more secure and more private or less secure and less private.” - @jessepollak— Greater Than Code (@greaterthancode) December 8, 2016
22:29 – Password Managers and Encrypting Data at Rest (Security by Default)
25:30 – Tools and Resources
28:20 – Two-factor Authentication, Yubico
32:58 – Putting Trust in Security and the Organizations That Provide It; Centralization
38:06 – Developer Unions
42:58 – “Citizens are buying a lot of IoT devices that are being used for DDoS attacks. As citizens, are we responsible to some extent for them occurring regardless of our technical ability at the time of purchase?” – Yiorgos (George) Adamopoulos; What about retailers?
47:56 – “What are your thoughts on “benevolent” malware that looks for vulnerable devices and patches them without asking for permission from the device’s owner?” – Wesley Ellis
Jesse: We as a society have a responsibility to look after the people on the edges, and look after the people who don’t have the tools or don’t have the resources to do security themselves.
Mandy: Learning about security is important, even for a newbie.
Jay: We can’t just build the thing, we have to make sure that it’s usable and we have to make sure that beyond the fact that it works, that it’s going to be adopted by people and that it’s meaningful and helpful.
Sam: “Stop calling me a consumer. I am neither a gaping a mouth nor an open wallet. I am a citizen interacting in a community.” – Jeme Brelin
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