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<br/>Web programmers often cover the web security basics, like implementing anti-XSS and anti-CSRF controls, but often remain unaware of new client-side security directives, like Content Security Policy, HTTP Strict Transport Security, and X-Frame-Origin.  This presentation will describe what these three controls do to protect end-users, and what technical challenges an organization might face if they wish to implement these controls in their web applications.
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Revision as of 22:41, 4 November 2013

Contents

OWASP Des Moines

Welcome to the Des Moines chapter homepage. The chapter leader is Jason Braddy.
Click here to join the local chapter mailing list.

Participation

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Local News

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Upcoming Events

Wed November 13, 2013


Location: Meredith Corporation
Sponsor TBD


Presenter: Matthew Sullivan, "Advanced Client-Side Protections"
Web programmers often cover the web security basics, like implementing anti-XSS and anti-CSRF controls, but often remain unaware of new client-side security directives, like Content Security Policy, HTTP Strict Transport Security, and X-Frame-Origin. This presentation will describe what these three controls do to protect end-users, and what technical challenges an organization might face if they wish to implement these controls in their web applications.
Matthew is a Security Vulnerability Analyst for WebFilings


Presenter: Jason Braddy, "Self-Defending Web Infrastructure"
While it seems clear that security can't effectively be "bolted on" to insecure applications, infrastructure elements still have a role to play in a comprehensive strategy. Thoughtful use of technologies that may already be in place can provide a number of options for improving detection, protection, and response capabilities.
Jason is a Network Engineer for Dice Holdings, Inc. </p>

Past Events

Wed August 14, 2013 - OWASP Des Moines Inaugural Meeting


Location: Dice Holdings, Inc.
Sponsored by White Hat Security


Presenter: Ethan Wilder, "CSRF: Inside the Magic"
Ethan Wilder is a long time computer security enthusiast with a special interest in web application security. He's currently pursuing a masters degree in Information Assurance from Iowa State University by night and working as a software developer at Farmers Mutual Hail by day.