Chris Madden, Distinguished Technical Security Engineer, Yahoo

Chris Madden, Distinguished Technical Security Engineer, Yahoo

Distinguished Technical Security Engineer, Yahoo

Chris has worked as a software engineer and system architect building secure trustworthy software at scale for embedded and cloud for more than 20 years. He likes to understand things deeply - and uses data analysis and dumb questions to build that understanding. He’s not big on titles, hierarchy or status quo. He previously worked in the payments space as a security architect, where he co-authored the remote key loading specification used by the financial industry, drove the architecture and certification of the first Linux- based payment device in the world to achieve PCI certification, and the first PCI-Compliant Full Touchscreen Payments for the Blind and Visually Impaired. He now works at Yahoo. Yahoo delivers value to customers through software; Chris exists to help developers deliver high quality software efficiently and securely. His current focus is Risk-based prioritization at scale across the DevSecOps pipeline. He's leading an effort with some industry thought leaders to publish an open source Risk-based prioritization guide.


OnDemand: Harnessing Exploitability Information for Effective Prioritization

Presented by Jay Jacobs, Author of EPSS and Chief Data Scientist, Cyentia Institute , Chris Madden, Distinguished Technical Security Engineer, Yahoo , Jeffrey Martin, VP of Product Marketing, Mend.io  •  February 13, 2024

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