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Thank you to everyone who joined us for the Cleveland Chapter OWASP Meeting on April 29th at Hyland Software!
Information for our next meeting will be posted HERE as it comes available.
'Would you like to speak at an OWASP Cleveland Meeting?' If we haven't approached you, but you believe you have new research that the security community would enjoy hearing about, we invite you to submit your presentation topic for consideration.
This chapter is dedicated to bringing together local businesses, students, and web and security enthusiasts in order to discuss current events, trends, tools, and offensive/defensive techniques related to web application security.
To speak at upcoming OWASP Cleveland meeting or suggest a speaker, please submit your ideas via email to Michael Wilt- email@example.com
Matt Neely & Tom Eston - Monday, April 29th from 11:00am - 2:00pm
Presentation: "Threat Modeling - The First Step in Secure Application Development"
Abstract: Application security issues continue to be a growing concern for businesses large and small. In fact, many people would be surprised to find that some of the most popular mobile apps downloaded are vulnerable to issues found in the OWASP Mobile Top 10 list of common vulnerabilities.
To address these issues security needs to be integrated into the software development lifecycle (SDLC) used by the developers. When developing an application in a secure manner threat modeling is an important but often forgotten first step.
This talk will start out an overview of where to integrate security into the SDLC process. The remainder of the talk will focus on the threat modeling portion of the SecSDLC. During this stage the OWASP Mobile Threat Model will be introduced. To provide real world examples vulnerabilities found in many of the top 25 downloaded apps found in the Apple App Store and Google Play will be covered.
Joe Kuemerle - Tuesday, December 18th from Noon – 2 p.m.
Presentation: Reverse Engineering .NET and Java
Abstract: Learn the various techniques bad guys can use to extract information from your .NET or Java applications or at least how you can recover the source code that your predecessor deleted before he quit. Enjoy a demo filled session on how easy it is to extract information from virtually any .NET or Java application.
Speaker Bio: Kuemerle is a developer and speaker in the Cleveland, OH area specializing in .NET development, security, data base and application lifecycle topics. He is currently a Lead Developer at BookingBuilder Technologies and is active in the technical community as well as a speaker at local, regional and national events.
Kevin Johnson - Tuesday, March 22nd Noon – 2pm Presentation:“Ninja Developers: Application Security Testing and Your SDLC.”
Talk Abstract: The security of enterprise software is one of the key risks organizations can start to control today. As new applications are developed and legacy software is updated, incorporating a measure of security testing can be one of the most critical ways to positively impact an organizations security posture. To properly validate the security of enterprise applications a 3rd party penetration test or assessment may be enlisted - but the cost of testing each application quickly makes this impractical. This situation presents a challenging problem.
Kevin Johnson will explain how your development staff can incorporate techniques distilled from years of experience into your organization's development and release methodology. Whether you're using Agile, RUP or Google programming, these tips and tricks will enable your developers to produce higher quality, more secure code right from the start. Kevin will reveal some of the secrets of the masters learned from experience and industry leadership over the past decade - and show you how you can insert security into your software development lifecycle with minimal disruption and maximum effectiveness.
Speaker Bio: Kevin Johnson is a security consultant and founder of Secure Ideas. Kevin came to security from a development and system administration background. He has many years of experience performing security services for fortune 100 companies, and in his spare time he contributes to a large number of open source security projects. Kevin's involvement in open-source projects is spread across a number of projects and efforts. Kevin is a certified instructor for SANS and the author of Security 542: Web Application Penetration Testing and Ethical Hacking.
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Cleveland OWASP Chapter Leaders
The chapter leader is Ken Stasiak