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We would like to thank Ounce Labs, Forrester Research, Cigital, Accenture, Oracle, The 451 Group, The Hartford and Microsoft for their generous sponsorship and helping make application security visible...
Agenda: Wednesday, September 24nd 2008
CHAPTER UPDATE and SOCIAL NETWORKING: 5:30 - 5:45 PM James McGovern, Chapter Lead
DINNER and OPENING COMMENTS: 5:45 - 6:00 PM Food is sponsored by Finjan, makers of the top rated realtime secure web gateway and anti-crimeware solutions
SOFTWARE SECURITY INDUSTRY TRENDS: 6:00 - 6:45 PM Steve Coplan, Industry Analyst, The 451 Group
MAKING APPLICATIONS SECURE BY REMOVING SECURITY: 6:45 - 7:30 PM Andrew Stone, Senior Manager, Accenture
DOOR PRIZES: 7:30 - 7:45 PM Sponsored by IronKey, The world's most secure USB Flash Drive with Internet protection
MAKING APPLICATIONS SECURE BY REMOVING SECURITY
The next evolutionary advancement in securing custom applications will involve removing security code from the application package. Application security has evolved from almost nonexistent to include security focused coding practices and functions. Although applications will continue to need secure coding practices such as failing to a secure mode and secure defaults, security functions such as authentication and authorization have no place in the application package. Abstraction of these functions can result in improved security and reduced cost of application development.
Agenda: Wednesday, June 11th 2008
CARDSPACE AND USER CENTRIC IDENTITY Chris Winn, Security Evangelist, Microsoft
IDENTITY GOVERNANCE FRAMEWORK Prateek Mishra, Product Manager, Oracle. Powerpoint Presentation is here
Agenda: Wednesday, April 30th 2008
THE IDIOTS GUIDE TO DEVELOPING BAD ENTERPRISE APPLICATIONS AND WORST LOGGING PRACTICES Anton Chuvakin, Chief Logging Evangelist, LogLogic
KEEPING SECRETS: APPLICATION SECURITY IS A BUSINESS IMPERATIVE Jack Danahy, CTO and Founder, Ounce Labs
Agenda: Thursday, February 28th 2008
HOW WEB 2.0 HAS CHANGED THE LANDSCAPE OF APPLICATION SECURITY Chenxi Wang, Principal Analyst at Forrester Research
EXPLOITING ONLINE GAMES Gary McGraw, CTO of Cigital
All meetings are held at The Hartford, One Hartford Plaza, Hartford CT 06115 in our Tower Building (Atrium Conference Room). Free parking is available in our Tower Ramp Garage.