In this talk, we will look into what it means for a company when there is a security issue in a piece of software. This talk will provide suggestions on who needs to get involved.
We live in a world of technology and engineering. Almost everything around us requires software. Unfortunately, the software we use or build has bugs. While most bugs can be fixed, there are these other types of bugs, called vulnerabilities, that cause headaches and haunt us at night. Security issues can be found in our own infrastructure, on customers' infrastructure, or — worse — around user data. It is on us as engineers to do the best we can to not make security issues in the first place. But it is on everybody involved in a product to provide communication, guidance, and support when an issue exists.