Los Angeles/2009 Meetings

De OWASP
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December 16, 2009

Speaker: Michael Sutton
Topic: Pulling the Plug: Security Risks in the Next Generation of Offline Web Applications
Presentation: Pulling the Plug PDF


November 18, 2009

Speaker: Brian Chess
Topic: Watching Software Run
Presentation: Watching Software Run pptx


October 21, 2009

Speaker: Shankar Subramaniyan
Topic: Enabling Compliance Requirements using Information Security Management System (ISMS) Framework (ISO27001)
Presentation: Enabling Compliance Requirements PDF


September 16, 2009

Speaker: Marco Morana and Tony UcedaVelez
Topic: The Rise of Threat Analysis and the Fall of Compliance, Policies, and Standards in mitigating Web Application Security Risks


August 25, 2009

Speaker: Matt Tesauro
Topic: OWASP Live CD Demo and Q&A


August 20, 2009

Speaker: Pravir Chandra
Topic: The Software Assurance Maturity Model (SAMM)


July 21, 2009

Speaker: David Bryan
Topic: Lock picks, BumpKeys, and Hackers oh my! How secure is your application?


June 24, 2009

Speaker: Mikhael Felker
Topic: Information Warfare: Past, Present and Future


May 20, 2009

Speaker: Jeremiah Grossman
Topic: Top Ten Web Hacking Techniques of 2008: "What's possible, not probable"
Video: Top Ten Web Hacking Techniques of 2008


April 15, 2009

Speaker: David Campbell
Topic: Cross Site Scripting, Exploits and Defenses
Presentation: XSS, Exploits and Defenses PDF


March 12, 2009

Panelists:

  • Robert J. Brown, CISSP, CISO WestCorp Credit Union
  • Steve Haydostian, CISSP, Former CISO, Healthnet
  • David Lam, CISSP, CISO, Stephen S. Wise
  • Edward G. Pagett II, CISSP, CISO, Lender Processing Services, Inc.
  • Mike O. Villegas, CISA, CISSP, Director of Information Security, Newegg.com

Topic: NETWORK SECURITY DINNER WITH ISSA - CISO'S Security Dashboard Panel


February 18, 2009

Speaker: Alex Stamos
Topic: Cloud Computing and Security
Presentation: Cloud Computing and Security PDF


January 28, 2009

Speaker: Ben Walther
Topic: Building Security into the Test Organization