- 1 Welcome to the Los Angeles Chapter!
- 2 Announcements
- 2.1 Change in Leadership
- 3 OWASP Mailing List
- 4 Next Meeting Wednesday, March 20, 2013 6:15 PM:
- 5 Speaker: Garret Grajek
- 6 Sponsor: Security Innovation
- 7 Would you like to speak at an OWASP Los Angeles Meeting?
- 8 Other Events
- 9 Archives of Previous Meetings
- 10 Los Angeles Chapter
Welcome to the Los Angeles Chapter!
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Change in Leadership
Tin Zaw has been a strong and effective visionary President and Leader for OWASP Los Angeles for several years. He will remain an active member of the Board, but effective January 1, 2013, Tin will be stepping down as Leader. Richard Greenberg -- Current Board Member, will assume this role going forward. We give our thanks to Tin for his efforts and dedication and look forward to the new year under Richard's leadership.
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Next Meeting Wednesday, March 20, 2013 6:15 PM:
- At: Luminaria's
- 3500 Ramona Boulevard , Monterey Park, CA map
- Note the change in date, as this is a joint meeting with ISSA
Speaker: Garret Grajek
Securing Mobile Apps – that’s the big discussion today. The last couple of years enterprises have been attempting to meet this requirement by deploying client-intensive MDMs (Mobile Device Managers). This has left the apps being utilized by partners, suppliers and customers – completely unprotected. How do we meet the challenge of applying security authentication standards to these un-managed devices. This is what will be discussed/demo’d.
Title: Securing Mobile Apps for the Enterprise
I. The Condudrum: Secure the Phone or the App?
II. History: SMS (System Manangement Server) vs WAM
III. Now: MDM vs MAM (Mobile Appplication Managemnt)
IV: Advantage of App-Centric Security (MAM)
- Modifiable Authentication
- No Agent needed
- No update needed of client software for workflow/Auth change
V: Demo of MAM
Garret Grajek, CTO / COO, SecureAuth Corporation.
Garret Grajek is a CISSP-certified security engineer with more than 20 years of experience in the information security and authentication space. As Chief Technical Officer and Chief Operating Officer for SecureAuth Corporation, Garret is responsible for the strategic direction of the company’s Identity Enforcement product offerings.
Prior to co-founding SecureAuth, Grajek held leadership roles at some of the world’s leading technology companies including Cisco and IBM, where he was responsible for consumer and network security products. He also served as western region lead field engineer for RSA Security.
Grajek also worked at Netegrity where he was responsible for field implementation of Access Control products and led installations of SiteMinder, the security suite that controls all user access to the E*Trade Financial Services web site. Netegrity became the standard for internet access control and was acquired by CA.
He began his career as an entrepreneur and founder of an independent programming company that specialized in operating systems and network utilities. A pioneer in the use of the Linux operating system in enterprise environments, Grajek was responsible for the successful completion of numerous projects for IBM, Texas Instruments, Tandem Computers.
Grajek holds bachelor’s degree in computer science from the University of Texas at Austin.
Sponsor: Security Innovation
The Application Security Company
Reduce Application Security Risk
Security Innovation focuses on the most difficult IT Security problem, and the root cause of most data breaches – insecure applications. Their solutions are based on the three pillars of a secure SDLC, which feed into one another to create an ecosystem of repeatable, secure software development: Standards , Education and Assessment
Please RSVP here: http://www.meetup.com/OWASP-Los-Angeles/events/
Would you like to speak at an OWASP Los Angeles Meeting?
Call for Papers (CFP) is NOW OPEN. To speak at upcoming OWASP Los Angeles meetings please submit your BIO and talk abstract via email to Richard Greenberg. The talk must be vendor neutral and its content be available under Creative Common 3.0 license.
- The Eleventh Annual Southern California Linux Expo February 22-24, 2013 Hilton Los Angeles International Airport
- Early Bird Registration now open for the ISSA LA Security Summit May 21 at the Universal City Hilton
Archives of Previous Meetings
Los Angeles Chapter
- Richard Greenberg -- Chapter Leader and President
- Tin Zaw -- Board Member
- Edward Bonver -- Board Member
- Kelly Fitzgerald -- Board Member
- Stuart Schwartz -- Board Member
Volunteer OWASP Leaders: Yev Avidon and Mikhael Felker
Volunteer OWASP Wiki: Mike Francis
The Los Angeles chapter was founded by Cassio Goldschmidt.
The AppSec USA 2010 conference received rave reviews. Thanks to all the volunteers and great speakers who helped make it a success!
Web archive: http://2010.AppSecUSA.org