Ijeoma Ezeonyebuchi Security

Ijeoma Ezeonyebuchi
Ijeoma Ezeonyebuchi works as a Mobile Quality Assurance Engineer at NPR validating mobile applications and the backend services that power them. She currently works across multiple mobile platforms(Android/iOS) to improve manual and continuous testing practices for mobile applications such as NPR One and NPR app. She is very passionate about the “each one teach one” philosophy and you can often find her mentoring women in tech as a Java/Android Lab Lead for Women Who Code DC or volunteering in and around the Washington, DC area. For fun you can find her spending time with those she cares for most(family and friends) and learning guitar.

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OWASP 201 – Request-Based Security

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OWASP 301 – Infrastructure-Based Security

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Access Control & Authorization

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Privacy Policies & Terms of Use

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Cryptography 101 – Introduction to Cryptography

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Cryptography 201 – Algorithms and Analysis

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Fortifying Your Defenses with Threat Modeling

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Federated Identity: OAuth, SAML, FIDO & More

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Biometrics: Risks & Dangers

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Password-Based Authentication Strategies

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At-Rest Encryption for Complete Data Protection

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Third Party Application Access

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Servers: Configure, Harden & Manage

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