Podcast Episode 33: Joomla Security Lead David Jardin Discusses Securing Over 2.5 Million Joomla Sites

David Jardin is the Security Strike Team Lead for Joomla, an open-source content management system powering more than 2.5 million websites. At WordCamp Europe, Mark and David sat down and talked about the workflow for Joomla security reports and why a proper proof of concept makes fixing vulnerabilities easier for security teams. They also discussed the improvements in cryptographic code signing expected in Joomla 4, its next major release.

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You can find David on Twitter as @snipersister and at www.djumla.de. You can find Mark on Twitter as @mmaunder and Kathy as @kathyzant.

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Podcast Episode 33: Joomla Security Lead David Jardin Discusses Securing Over 2.5 Million Joomla Sites

David Jardin is the Security Strike Team Lead for Joomla, an open-source content management system powering more than 2.5 million websites. At WordCamp Europe, Mark and David sat down and talked about the workflow for Joomla security reports and why a proper proof of concept makes fixing vulnerabilities easier for security teams. They also discussed the improvements in cryptographic code signing expected in Joomla 4, its next major release.

Find us on your favorite app or platform including iTunes, Google Podcasts, Spotify, YouTube, SoundCloud and Overcast.

Click here to download an MP3 version of this podcast. Subscribe to our RSS feed.

You can find David on Twitter as @snipersister and at www.djumla.de. You can find Mark on Twitter as @mmaunder and Kathy as @kathyzant.

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