Sahba Kazerooni is a security consultant with a strong background in J2EE software architecture and development. He leads the Software Assessment Services practice which delivers Security Compass’ one-of-a-kind in-depth security services. Sahba's skillset ranges from hands-on assessments in application penetration testing, threat modeling, and source code review, to security advisory and technical training. He has an advanced knowledge of the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) as well as the intricacies of the JAVA programming language. Among other training tailored towards all phases of the SDLC, Sahba delivers a developer-focused Java secure coding class through the SANS Institute.
Sahba is an internationally renowned speaker on security topics, and has delivered presentations at reputable security conferences around the world such as BlackHat Security Conference in Amsterdam, IDC WebSec, Source Boston, and RSA Conference. Sahba has also been recognized as an expert in application security by publications such as IT World Canada and the Information Security Media Group. He has a B.Sc. in Computer Science with Software Engineering specialization from the University of Western Ontario.