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September 2015 meet on 5th September, 2015 (Saturday) @ Airtel Center, Gurgaon

Note OWASP Delhi chapter meets are free and open to everyone. Prior registrations are mandatory in order to be allowed to attend the meet.

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Session Details/Agenda:

11:00 AM - 11:15 AM: Introductions

11:15 AM - 11:30 AM: News Bytes by Shantanu Goel

11:30 AM - 12:15 PM: Setting up a cost effective Application Security program from scratch by Tusnin Das and Ram K Awasthi

Abstract:Bugged by the astronomical price of the enterprise SAST and DAST tools how difficult it is for a mid-size/ small size organisation to set up their own secure SDLC program, the speakers came up with their own solution which would help any organisation to set up a cost-effective application security program

About the Speakers: Tusnin Das is a security professional with 14 years of extensive experience in the area of application security. He is currently working as a security researcher in Times Internet Limited. He has worked in a leading global financial institution and was instrumental in setting up its application security program. He has also filed several patents in the field of information security. His interest area also includes application scaling and artificial intelligence

Ram K Awasthi is a security professional with 14 years of extensive experience in the area of application development and application security. He currently heads the security program in Times Internet Limited. He has worked for several internet product companies and has been instrumental in building many of India’s prominent internet portals. His interest area also includes application performance, scalability and machine learning.

12:00 PM - 12:45 PM: Undersurf: Dark Reading by Akash Goel

Abstract: The following is a brief of the talk:

DarkWeb, DeepWeb and DarkNet?

   - Brief Coverage of the concept, need and components for elementary knowledge. 

Constituents: Information, Services and Access Tools

- Covers the various components of the information and services contained within DeepWeb and the basics on how to get to access to it.

   - Crypto-anarchism and Transhumanism; Ashley Madison and Hacking Team Leaks
   - Description about the terror and anarchy, these dark services have led to. Their linkage to the recent hacks and growing reach/impact.
   - Bitcoins

Effect on the Globe: Economy and Harmony

- Cyber Espionage and Political Disruptions

    - Hidden Wiki
    - Wiki Leaks
    - Exploits and Weaponry

- .onion e-commerce and terrorism

    - Silk Road
    - IS and other militant groups

- Not all Dark is depraved

   - The Dark Web: An Untapped Source For Threat Intelligence
   - Dark web doesn't have to be evil

- More info references and suggested readings

   - Online Reading and Practical Suggestions
   - Tor
   - Reference News and Studies

- Relatable Fictions/Stories/Books

   - God is a Gamer – Ravi Subramanium

About the Speaker:

01:00 PM - 01:20 PM: Tea/Coffee/Networking Break

01:20 PM – 02:00 PM: Cyber Warfare Capabilities, A Reality Check by Rajeev Chauhan

Abstract The speaker will also discuss about following points:

  - What is Cyber Warfare
  - Cyber Warfare Components
  - History and Present Day Scenario

02:00 PM - 2:15 PM: Feedback and Topic Discussion for Next Month

Where: Airtel Center Plot No 16, Udyog Vihar Phase IV, Gurgaon, Haryana 122001

How to Reach Venue: Auto available from IFFCO Chowk/MG Road Metro Station ( Airtel Office location is Atlas Chowk)

Nearest Metro Stations: 1. IFFCO Chowk Metro Station

2. MG Road Metro Station

3. Belvedere Towers Metro Station (Gurgaon Rapid Metro)

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OWASP Delhi July, 2014 Monthly Meeting Presentations

Botnets - What, How and Why by Utsav Mittal
Combating Cyber Crime by Priyanka Tomar