Security best practices with Kentico CMS - Explore this Kentico Connection session

Hi there, I’m Dominik Pinter and here at Kentico I work as a group product manager for SaaS & Cloud. However, my big passion is web application security, so part of my job is to make sure that Kentico CMS is always well-secured, and this year I became a certified ethical hacker. I’d like to give you a taste of what my session at Kentico Connection will be about.
To be honest with you, no website is 100% secure. There is always a way the bad guys can get in and do some damage. But, that doesn’t mean we should make it easy for them, right? 
Kentico CMS has many great features and abilities for building very secure websites. But Kentico is a platform, and the security of your project depends on you and your knowledge. The primary goal of my session at Kentico Connection this year is to show you tips and best practices for building websites in a secure manner. 
We’ll cover:
- Developing your websites with security in mind
- Best practices for designing, developing and deploying Kentico CMS websites in a secure way
- Using Kentico CMS API securely 
- What system protections Kentico CMS has and how you should use them
- What the security model of Kentico CMS look like
The session will be full of real-life examples with real code samples and realistic scenarios for configuring Kentico CMS.
Please let me know if you have any feedback on this plan or any specific topics or questions I should cover. I would be more than happy to give you the answers you are looking for. 
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Dominik Pinter

I'm a fan of cloud computing (primarily Windows Azure) and I really like to dig into web application security. My blog is focused on everything related to Kentico, .NET Framework, Cloud platforms and web application security.