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Presented by John Congdon @johncongdon
Presented on January 22, 2014
As developers, most of us are familiar with password hashing and encryption, but are you doing it in the most secure way? A simple md5() isn’t going to cut it. Then there are times you want other data encrypted in a way that you can decrypt it as well. Think Social Security Numbers, Credit Card Numbers, and any other sensitive data that you still need to work with. We will discuss best practices for protecting your data.
Meet John Congdon
John Congdon is the organizer of SDPHP, the San Diego PHP User Group. He has been a PHP developer since 2003 and started as a PERL web developer in 1999. He has a passion for building community and helping new developers improve their skills. John, his wife Jacki, and baby son Grayson live in San Diego, California enjoying the best weather in the world.