Netherlands March 19th, 2015

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March 19th, 2015

Registration: https://www.eventbrite.nl/e/tickets-owasp-netherlands-chapter-meeting-march-19th-2015-15972952531

Venue

Kroonjuweel
DDK E0.02
Duivendrechtsekade 36-38
1096 AH Amsterdam

Click here for directions, HvA

Programme:

18:30 - 19:00 Registration & Sandwiches
19:00 - 19:15 OWASP Netherland and Foundation Updates
19:15 - 20:00 OWASP AppSec-Eu/Research May 19th to 22nd 2015 - Martin Knobloch
20:00 - 20:15 Break
20:15 - 21:00 Applying static analysis - Daan Raman, Matias Madou
20:45 - 21:30 Networking

Presentations

OWASP AppSec-Eu/Research May 19th to 22nd 2015

Preview of the AppSec-Eu/Research conference, May 19th to 22nd.

Applying static analysis

by Daan Raman, Matias Madou Where architectural analysis finds flaws (design) in the application, static analysis is an excellent way of weeding out the bugs (implementation). However, static analysis is neither trivial from a theoretical nor from a practical perspective. In this session, we will discuss the theory behind static analysis as well as how to tune static analysis in such way that the solution becomes an excellent way to weed out security bugs in your organization.

Speakers

Daan Raman

Daan Raman works at NVISO, where he is responsible for R&D. His core activities consist of technical research with a current focus on application security for mobile systems. Using the results obtained during the team's R&D activities, Daan also ensures the software security assessments at NVISO are executed according to the last known attack methods and vectors.

Outside of his professional activities, Daan has been an active member of the technical security community for several year, attending and presenting at conferences, as well as developing software.

Matias Madou

Matias has over a decade of hands-on software security experience. From the research to improve existing solutions to scoping and providing the vision for new solutions. A dozen patents and a bunch of papers are the result of the fundamental research that eventually led to a hand full of commercial products.
Matias works for NVISO, a boutique information security consulting firm located in Brussels. He holds a Ph.D. in computer engineering from Ghent University, where he studied application security through program obfuscation to hide the inner workings of an application. Matias spoke at conferences including RSA Conference, BlackHat and DefCon.