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[[Image:Owasp_logo_normal.jpg|right]]SharePoint is big, very big.  In fact, it is one of the fastest growing products in Microsofts history, achieving more than a billion in revenue in 2009.  This represents a 30% year-over-year growth.  As one analyst ominously described, ÐSharePoint is like a virus growing inside the organization.Ó  But the real question is this:  How did Microsoft take into account security when building SharePoint?  Given Microsofts spotty record in security, when it comes to SharePoint, Britney may have summarized it best: ÐOoops, I did it again.Ó This talk will: - Highlight common SharePoint use cases and their key security issues. - Prescribe the mitigation steps every enterprise should take minimize the odds of a breach.
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SharePoint is big, very big.  In fact, it is one of the fastest growing products in Microsofts history, achieving more than a billion in revenue in 2009.  This represents a 30% year-over-year growth.  As one analyst ominously described, _SharePoint is like a virus growing inside the organization.Ó  But the real question is this:  How did Microsoft take into account security when building SharePoint?  Given Microsofts spotty record in security, when it comes to SharePoint, Britney may have summarized it best: _Ooops, I did it again.Ó This talk will: - Highlight common SharePoint use cases and their key security issues. - Prescribe the mitigation steps every enterprise should take minimize the odds of a breach.
 
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== The Speakers  ==
Rob Rachwald, Amichai Shulman and Noa Bar-Yosef
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===Noa Bar-Yosef===
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===Rob Rachwald===
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===Amichai Shulman===
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The Presentation

SharePoint is big, very big. In fact, it is one of the fastest growing products in Microsofts history, achieving more than a billion in revenue in 2009. This represents a 30% year-over-year growth. As one analyst ominously described, _SharePoint is like a virus growing inside the organization.Ó But the real question is this: How did Microsoft take into account security when building SharePoint? Given Microsofts spotty record in security, when it comes to SharePoint, Britney may have summarized it best: _Ooops, I did it again.Ó This talk will: - Highlight common SharePoint use cases and their key security issues. - Prescribe the mitigation steps every enterprise should take minimize the odds of a breach.

The Speakers

Noa Bar-Yosef

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Rob Rachwald

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Amichai Shulman

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