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= Welcome to AppSec USA 2010  =
 
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Before you head to SoCal on Thursday, be sure to check out our [http://www.owasp.org/images/2/25/AppSec_USA_2010_Visitors_Guide_%283%29.pdf Visitors Guide]  
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For complete information, please visit [http://www.appsecusa.org AppSec US 2010 Website] <br>Training and Presentation Schedules Available Now!
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Training Days<br>Sept 7-8: [http://www.owasp.org/index.php/AppSec_US_2010,_CA#tab=Training_September_7th_.26_8th Schedule of Classes]
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Presentation Schedule<br>Sept 9th: [http://www.owasp.org/index.php/AppSec_US_2010,_CA#tab=September_9th Schedule of Talks]<br>Sept 10th:&nbsp;[http://www.owasp.org/index.php/AppSec_US_2010,_CA#tab=September_10th Schedule of Talks]  
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'''Latest Updates:'''
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Dr. Chenxi Wang of Forrester Research added as keynote speaker for September 9.
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@chenxiwang tweets at http://twitter.com/chenxiwang.'''<br>'''
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| style="background: none repeat scroll 0% 0% rgb(242, 242, 242);" | [[Learn More about the Building Secure Ajax and Web 2.0 Applications Class]]
 
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| style="background: none repeat scroll 0% 0% rgb(242, 242, 242);" | In this two-day management session you’ll get an industry perspective of application security, understand the key vulnerabilities to applications, be able to analyze root cause, and provide practical and proven techniques in building out an application security initiative. This course gives executives and managers the education and practical guidance they need to ensure that software projects properly address security. The course is designed to provide a firm understanding of the importance of software security, the critical security activities required within the software development lifecycle, and how to efficiently manage security issues during development and maintenance. This understanding is reinforced through industry awareness, live demonstrations of commonly found application vulnerabilities and workgroup exercises allowing attendees to conduct capability assessments and recommend improvement plans.
 
| style="background: none repeat scroll 0% 0% rgb(242, 242, 242);" | In this two-day management session you’ll get an industry perspective of application security, understand the key vulnerabilities to applications, be able to analyze root cause, and provide practical and proven techniques in building out an application security initiative. This course gives executives and managers the education and practical guidance they need to ensure that software projects properly address security. The course is designed to provide a firm understanding of the importance of software security, the critical security activities required within the software development lifecycle, and how to efficiently manage security issues during development and maintenance. This understanding is reinforced through industry awareness, live demonstrations of commonly found application vulnerabilities and workgroup exercises allowing attendees to conduct capability assessments and recommend improvement plans.
 
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| style="background: none repeat scroll 0% 0% rgb(242, 242, 242);" | [[Learn More about the Application Security Leadership Essentials Class]]
 
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| style="background: none repeat scroll 0% 0% rgb(242, 242, 242);" | This class teaches attendees how to fix security vulnerabilities in existing software. It provides a mix of discussion of project concerns for planning and managing remediation efforts with hands-on coding examples fixing specific vulnerabilities. Attendees will learn how to risk-rank vulnerabilities, estimate remediation tasks, perform coding fixes for vulnerabilities and demonstrate the effectiveness of fixes applied. The focus is on the practical: how to use limited resources to make significant improvements to the security of target applications. Code examples use the OWASP ESAPI Java and Microsoft Web Protection Library. Many classes teach developers how to build secure code from the ground up or teach security analysts how to test applications for security vulnerabilities. This class teaches developers and security analysts how to deal with their existing portfolio of insecure applications.  
 
| style="background: none repeat scroll 0% 0% rgb(242, 242, 242);" | This class teaches attendees how to fix security vulnerabilities in existing software. It provides a mix of discussion of project concerns for planning and managing remediation efforts with hands-on coding examples fixing specific vulnerabilities. Attendees will learn how to risk-rank vulnerabilities, estimate remediation tasks, perform coding fixes for vulnerabilities and demonstrate the effectiveness of fixes applied. The focus is on the practical: how to use limited resources to make significant improvements to the security of target applications. Code examples use the OWASP ESAPI Java and Microsoft Web Protection Library. Many classes teach developers how to build secure code from the ground up or teach security analysts how to test applications for security vulnerabilities. This class teaches developers and security analysts how to deal with their existing portfolio of insecure applications.  
Instructor: Dan Cornell: [[Image:AppSecDC2009-Sponsor-denim.gif]]  
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Students are encouraged to bring a laptop to class. The virtualization software for OWASP WTE runs on Windows, OS X and Linux. Students with a laptop can follow along with the in class demonstrations to get hands on testing experience  
 
Students are encouraged to bring a laptop to class. The virtualization software for OWASP WTE runs on Windows, OS X and Linux. Students with a laptop can follow along with the in class demonstrations to get hands on testing experience  
  
<br>Instructors: Matt Tesauro and Charles Henderson: [[Image:TrustwaveLogo.jpg]]  
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| align="left" style="width: 30%; background: none repeat scroll 0% 0% rgb(188, 133, 122);" | How I met your Girlfriend, ''Samy Kamkar''<br>  
 
| align="left" style="width: 30%; background: none repeat scroll 0% 0% rgb(188, 133, 122);" | How I met your Girlfriend, ''Samy Kamkar''<br>  
 
| align="left" style="width: 30%; background: none repeat scroll 0% 0% rgb(188, 165, 122);" | Solving Real-World Problems with an Enterprise Security API (ESAPI), ''Chris Schmidt, ServiceMagic''<br>  
 
| align="left" style="width: 30%; background: none repeat scroll 0% 0% rgb(188, 165, 122);" | Solving Real-World Problems with an Enterprise Security API (ESAPI), ''Chris Schmidt, ServiceMagic''<br>  
| align="left" style="width: 30%; background: none repeat scroll 0% 0% rgb(153, 255, 153);" | Panel Discussion: Characterizing Software Security as a Mainstream Business Risk – How to talk to other CXO’s about Software Security<br>John Dickson - Principal, Denim Group (moderator)<br>Tom Brennan - CEO Proactive Risk, OWASP Board Member<br>Ed Pagett, CISO, Lender Processing Services<br>Richard Greenberg, Information Security Officer, Los Angeles County Department of Public Health<br> John Sapp - IT Governance, Risk &amp; Compliance Manager, McKesson
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| align="left" style="width: 30%; background: none repeat scroll 0% 0% rgb(188, 133, 122);" | P0w3d for Botnet CnC, ''Gunter Ollmann, Damballa''<br>  
 
| align="left" style="width: 30%; background: none repeat scroll 0% 0% rgb(188, 133, 122);" | P0w3d for Botnet CnC, ''Gunter Ollmann, Damballa''<br>  
 
| align="left" style="width: 30%; background: none repeat scroll 0% 0% rgb(188, 165, 122);" | Cloud Computing, A Weapon of Mass Destruction?, ''David Bryan, Trustwave's SpiderLabs &amp; Michael Anderson, NetSPI''<br>  
 
| align="left" style="width: 30%; background: none repeat scroll 0% 0% rgb(188, 165, 122);" | Cloud Computing, A Weapon of Mass Destruction?, ''David Bryan, Trustwave's SpiderLabs &amp; Michael Anderson, NetSPI''<br>  
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| align="left" style="width: 30%; background: none repeat scroll 0% 0% rgb(188, 133, 122);" | Smart Phones with Dumb Apps: Threat Modeling for Mobile Applications, ''Dan Cornell, Denim Group''<br>  
 
| align="left" style="width: 30%; background: none repeat scroll 0% 0% rgb(188, 133, 122);" | Smart Phones with Dumb Apps: Threat Modeling for Mobile Applications, ''Dan Cornell, Denim Group''<br>  
 
| align="left" style="width: 30%; background: none repeat scroll 0% 0% rgb(188, 165, 122);" | Assessing, Testing and Validating Flash Content, ''Peleus Uhley, Adobe''<br>  
 
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Using the OWASP O2 Platform, <br>''Dinis Cruz, OWASP''  
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| align="left" style="width: 30%; background: none repeat scroll 0% 0% rgb(188, 133, 122);" | Escalating Privileges through Database Trusts, ''Scott Sutherland and Antti Rantasaari, NetSPI''<br>  
 
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AppSec USA 2010 Banner


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Before you head to SoCal on Thursday, be sure to check out our Visitors Guide

AppSec US 2010 VIDEOS available HERE





Training September 7th & 8th

T1. Web Security Testing - 2-Days - $1350
This course is a deep dive into the world of web application security testing. It is designed to walk testers through every step of web application penetration testing, arming them with the knowledge and tools they will need to begin conducting their own security testing. The course will teach the participants how to think like a security engineer by creating and executing a security test plan. Participants will be exposed to common web application vulnerabilities, testing techniques and tools by a professional security tester.

The course includes a guided penetration test in which the students will execute security test with the help of the instructor.

Instructor: Joe Basirico, Security Innovation
Learn More About the Web Security Testing Class
Click here to register
T2. Building Secure Ajax and Web 2.0 Applications - 2-Days - $1350
This two-day class will cover common Web 2.0 and AJAX security threats, vulnerabilities, and it will provide specific guidance on how to develop Web 2.0 applications to defend against these threats and vulnerabilities.

Training developers on secure coding practices offers one of highest returns on investment of any security investment by eliminating vulnerabilities at the source. Aspect’s Building Secure Ajax and Web 2.0 Applications Course enables developers to securely utilize Web 2.0 technologies in their web applications without introducing security issues. The course provides detailed examples of ‘what to do’ and ‘what not to do.' The class is lead by an experienced developer and delivered in a very interactive manner. The course will use demonstrations, code examples, and spot-the-bug exercises to get developers engaged in the topic. Developers will leave with an understanding of how Ajax attacks work, the impacts of successful attacks, and what to do to defend against them.

Instructor: Dave Wichers: Aspect logo.gif
Learn More about the Building Secure Ajax and Web 2.0 Applications Class
Click here to register
T3. Assessing and Exploiting Web Applications with Samurai - WTF - 2-Days - $1350

Come take the official Samurai-WTF training course given by one of the founders and lead developers of the project! You will learn how to use the latest Samurai-WTF open source tools and the be shown the latest techniques to perform web application assessments. After a quick overview of pen testing methodology, the instructor will lead you through the penetration and exploitation of three different web applications, and the browsers connecting to them. Different sets of open source tools will be used on each web application, allow you to learn first hand the pros and cons of each tool. After you have gained experience with the Samurai-WTF tools, you will be challenged with a fourth web application that contains keys you must find and collect. This final challenge will give you time to practice your new skills at your own pace and experiment with your favorite new tools. This experience will help you gain the confidence necessary to perform web application assessments and expose you to the wealth of freely available open source tools.

Instructor: Justin Searle: InGuardians InGuardians.png

Click here to register
T4. Application Security Leadership Essentials - 2-Days - $1350
In this two-day management session you’ll get an industry perspective of application security, understand the key vulnerabilities to applications, be able to analyze root cause, and provide practical and proven techniques in building out an application security initiative. This course gives executives and managers the education and practical guidance they need to ensure that software projects properly address security. The course is designed to provide a firm understanding of the importance of software security, the critical security activities required within the software development lifecycle, and how to efficiently manage security issues during development and maintenance. This understanding is reinforced through industry awareness, live demonstrations of commonly found application vulnerabilities and workgroup exercises allowing attendees to conduct capability assessments and recommend improvement plans.
Instructor: Jeff Williams: Aspect logo.gif
Learn More about the Application Security Leadership Essentials Class
Click here to register
T5. Software Security Remediation: How to Fix Application Vulnerabilities 1-Day - Sept 7th- $675
This class teaches attendees how to fix security vulnerabilities in existing software. It provides a mix of discussion of project concerns for planning and managing remediation efforts with hands-on coding examples fixing specific vulnerabilities. Attendees will learn how to risk-rank vulnerabilities, estimate remediation tasks, perform coding fixes for vulnerabilities and demonstrate the effectiveness of fixes applied. The focus is on the practical: how to use limited resources to make significant improvements to the security of target applications. Code examples use the OWASP ESAPI Java and Microsoft Web Protection Library. Many classes teach developers how to build secure code from the ground up or teach security analysts how to test applications for security vulnerabilities. This class teaches developers and security analysts how to deal with their existing portfolio of insecure applications.

Instructor: Dan Cornell: AppSecDC2009-Sponsor-denim.gif

Click here to register
T6. Live CD 1-Day - Sept 8th- $675
This class will will cover the full range of tools and documentation that OWASP provides under free and open licenses. When the class is complete, students will be familiar with a wide range of tools and techniques to test web applications.

The class will include a DVD of OWASP tools and documentation for testing web applications. Additionally, the DVD will include the OWASP Web Testing Environment. OWASP WTE is a collection of tools and documentation for testing web applications available both as a bootable Live CD and virtual machines. Attendees to this class will receive a customized version of OWASP WTE. It will be provided as a virtual machine which includes the tools, documentation and the applications tested during class. It is a self-contained environment to learn web application testing the students can take from class to further hone their testing skills.

Students are encouraged to bring a laptop to class. The virtualization software for OWASP WTE runs on Windows, OS X and Linux. Students with a laptop can follow along with the in class demonstrations to get hands on testing experience


Instructors: Matt Tesauro and Charles Henderson: File:TrustwaveLogo.jpg

Click here to register


September 9th

Conference Day 1 - September 9th, 2010



Track 1 - Crystal Cove Auditorium Track 2 - Emerald Bay Track 3 - Doheny Beach
07:30-08:30 Registration and Breakfast + Coffee
08:30-08:45 Welcome to OWASP AppSec US, 2010 (Crystal Cove Auditorium)
08:45-9:30 Keynote: Jeff Williams (Crystal Cove Auditorium)
9:30-10:15 Keynote: Chenxi Wang (Crystal Cove Auditorium)
10:15-10:35 Break - Expo - CTF kick-off (Pacific Ballroom)
10:35-11:20 How I met your Girlfriend, Samy Kamkar
Solving Real-World Problems with an Enterprise Security API (ESAPI), Chris Schmidt, ServiceMagic
Panel Discussion: Characterizing Software Security as a Mainstream Business Risk – How to talk to other CXO’s about Software Security
John Dickson - Principal, Denim Group (moderator)
Tom Brennan - CEO Proactive Risk, OWASP Board Member
Ed Pagett, CISO, Lender Processing Services
Richard Greenberg, Information Security Officer, Los Angeles County Department of Public Health
John Sapp - IT Governance, Risk & Compliance Manager, McKesson
11:20-11:30 Break - Expo - CTF (Pacific Ballroom)
11:30-12:15 State of SSL on the Internet - 2010 Survey, Results and Conclusions, Ivan Ristic, Qualys


Into the Rabbit Hole: Execution Flow-based Web Application Testing, Rafal Los, Hewlett-Packard


Threat Modeling Best Practices, Robert Zigweid, IOActive
12:15-13:15 Lunch - Expo - CTF (Pacific Ballroom)
13:30-14:15 Keynote: Bill Cheswick (Crystal Cove Auditorium)
14:15-14:25 Break - Expo - CTF (Pacific Ballroom)
14:25-15:10 P0w3d for Botnet CnC, Gunter Ollmann, Damballa
Cloud Computing, A Weapon of Mass Destruction?, David Bryan, Trustwave's SpiderLabs & Michael Anderson, NetSPI
OWASP Secure Coding Practices Quick Reference Guide, Keith Turpin, Boeing
15:10-15:30 Coffee Break - Expo - CTF (Pacific Ballroom)
15:30-16:15 Smart Phones with Dumb Apps: Threat Modeling for Mobile Applications, Dan Cornell, Denim Group
Assessing, Testing and Validating Flash Content, Peleus Uhley, Adobe
Tour of OWASP Projects,
Dinis Cruz, OWASP

Using the OWASP O2 Platform,
Dinis Cruz, OWASP

16:15-16:25 Break - CTF
16:25-17:10 Panel Discussion: Security Trends: Jeremiah Grossman, Robert Hansen. Moderator: Stuart Schwartz
17:10-17:30 Mozilla Announcement: Content Security Policy
17:30-18:00 Break
18:00-21:00 Networking Event (Pacific Ballroom)

September 10th

Conference Day 2 - September 10th, 2010



Track 1 - Crystal Cove Auditorium Track 2 - Emerald Bay Track 3 - Doheny Beach
08:00-09:00 Coffee - Expo - CTF
09:00-09:15 Announcements (Crystal Cove Auditorium)
09:15-10:00 Keynote: David Rice (Crystal Cove Auditorium)
10:00-10:10 Break - Expo - CTF (Pacific Ballroom)
10:10-10:55 Security Architecting Applications for the Cloud, Alex Stamos, iSEC Partners
Unraveling Cross-Technology, Cross-Domain Trust Relations, Peleus Uhley, Adobe
Real Time Application Defenses - The Reality of AppSensor & ESAPI, Michael Coates, Mozilla,
10:55-11:15 Break - Expo - CTF (Pacific Ballroom)
11:15-12:00 Reducing Web application Vulnerabilities: Moving from a Test-Dependent to Design-Driven development, Joe Basirico, Security Innovation


Session Management Security tips and Tricks, Lars Ewe, Cenzic


The Dark Side of Twitter: Measuring and Analyzing Malicious Activity on Twitter, Paul Judge, David Maynor, and Daniel Peck, Barracuda Labs
12:00-13:15 Lunch - Expo - CTF (Pacific Ballroom)
13:15-14:00 Keynote: HD Moore (Crystal Cove Auditorium)
14:05-14:50 Panel Discussion: Vulnerability Lifecycle for Software Vendors

Edward Bonver - Principal Software Engineer, Symantec (moderator)
Kelly FitzGerald, Senior Vulnerability Analyst, Symantec
Katie Moussouris, Senior Security Strategist, Microsoft
John Steven, Senior Director, Cigital
Daniel Holden, Director, DVLabs, HP, TippingPoint

Agile + Security = FAIL, Adrian Lane
Bug-Alcoholic 2.0 - Untamed World of Web Vulnerabilities, Aditya K. Sood
14:50-15:10 Coffee Break - Expo - CTF (Pacific Ballroom)
15:10-15:55 Escalating Privileges through Database Trusts, Scott Sutherland and Antti Rantasaari, NetSPI
Panel Discussion: Defining the Identity Management Framework,

Barbara Danzi, Garda Cash Logistics (moderator)
Richard Tychansky, Lockheed Martin
Jeff Williams, Aspect Security
Hord Tipton, (ISC)²
Mano Paul, SecuRisk Solutions

Breaking Web Browsers, Jeremiah Grossman, WhiteHat Security
15:55-16:05 Break - Expo - CTF (Pacific Ballroom)
16:05-16:50 Conference Wrap Up: AppSec US 2011 Location Announcement, CTF Results, Prizes (Pacific Ballroom)


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