OWASP AppSec Europe 2009 - Poland

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Welcome to the European 2009 OWASP Application Security Conference! After successful OWASP Conferences in the United States and Europe, we are back in Poland on May 11-14 2009!

May 13th–14th 2009, OWASP will hold its annual European Application Security conference in wonderfull Kraków, Poland. The Conference consists of two days of tutorial sessions on May 11th–12th, followed by a two-day conference with 3 different tracks. We attracted great European and international speakers. This year we organise the conference together with OWASP Poland and Confidence2009, a conference in Kraków on May 15th-16th.

Conference Location

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This year, the conference will be held at the Park Inn Hotel, in the center of Kraków, Poland. This conference hotel will support the event and OWASP has negotiated a room block as well (details are in the accomodations section below).

Registration will be available via the OWASP Conference Cvent site soon.

If you are registering as a Speaker or Sponsor, a seperate registration event will be provided.


Conference Agenda - May 13-14

This year we extended the pogram to three tracks, with opening keynotes and presentations in the main auditorium, split tracks in the middle of the day, and closing pannel discussions back in the main auditorium both days.

Day 1 - May 13, 2009
Track 1: Room 1 Track 2: Room 2 Track 3: Room 3
08:00-08:50 Registration and Coffee
08:50-09:00 Welcome to OWASP AppSec 2009 Conference

Sebastien Deleersnyder, OWASP Foundation

09:00-09:45 Keynote

Ross Anderson, Professor in Security Engineering, University of Cambridge

09:45-10:30 OWASP State of the Union

Dinis Cruz & Sebastien Deleersnyder, OWASP Foundation

10:30-10:45 Break - Expo - CTF
10:45-11:25 Wild Wild Wild (www) Security Planet

Mano Paul, SecuRisk Solutions

Secure Applications for PCI DSS

Tim Holman, QCC Information Security Ltd

Mirage: building an application model made easy (OWASP Orizon v 1.2)

Paulo Perego, Spike Reply

11:30-12:10 OWASP Application Security Verification Standard (ASVS) Project

Dave Wichers, Aspect Security

Securing the .EDU: Application Security for Academia and Education Institutions

Marcus Prendergast, Educational Testing Service

The Truth about Web Application Firewalls: What the vendors do not want you to know

Wendel Guglielmetti Henrique, Trustwave & Sandro Gauci, EnableSecurity

12:10-13:30 Lunch - Expo - CTF
13:30-14:10 The Software Assurance Maturity Model (SAMM)

Pravir Chandra, Cognosticus

Web Application Harvesting

Esteban Ribičić, tbd

Refereed Paper Track

Speaker, Organisation

14:15-14:45 Application Penetration Testing - Client's Perspective

Timo Sivonen, UBS

w3af, A framework to 0wn the web

Andrés Riancho, tbd

Refereed Paper Track

Speaker, Organisation

14:50-15:30 O2 - Advanced Source Code Analysis Toolkit

Dinis Cruz, Ounce Labs

Tracking the effectiveness of an SDL program: lessons from the gym

Cassio Goldschmidt, Symantec Corporation

Refereed Paper Track

Speaker, Organisation

15:30-15:45 Break - Expo - CTF
15:45-16:25 Exploiting Web 2.0 – Next Generation Vulnerabilities

Shreeraj Shah, Blueinfy

OWASP Live CD: An open environment for Web Application Security

Matt Tesauro, Texas Education Agency

Refereed Paper Track

Speaker, Organisation

16:30-17:30 Panel Discussion

Moderator: tbd , Panelists: tbd

Refereed Paper Track

Speaker, Organisation

17:30-19:00 OWASP Leader Meeting Organized by tbd
19:00-? OWASP Dinner
Day 2 - May 14, 2009
Track 1: Room 1 Track 2: Room 2 Track 3: Room 3
08:00-09:00 Registration and Coffee
09:00-09:45 Keynote

Bruce Schneier, Chief Security Technology Officer, BT

09:45-10:30 OWASP Projects

Dave Wichers, OWASP Foundation

10:30-10:45 Break - Expo - CTF
10:45-11:25 Threat Modeling

John Steven, Cigital

OWASP Source Code Flaws Top 10 Project

Paulo Perego, Spike Reply

Flash Parameter Injection

Adi Sharabani, IBM

11:30-12:10 OWASP Enterprise Security API (ESAPI) Project

Dave Wichers, Aspect Security

Advanced SQL injection exploitation to operating system control

Bernardo Damele, lead developer of sqlmap

Brain's hardwiring and its impact on software development and secure software

Alexandru Bolboaca & Maria Diaconu, Mosaic Works

12:10-13:30 Lunch - Expo - CTF
13:30-14:10 OWASP "Google Hacking" Project

Christian Heinrich, tbd

Deploying Secure Web Applications with OWASP Resources

Kuai Hinojosa, New York University

The Bank in the Browser - Defending web infrastructures from banking malware

Giorgio Fedon, Minded Security

14:15-14:45 HTTP Parameter Pollution

Luca Carettoni, Independent Researcher & Stefano Di Paola, MindedSecurity

Leveraging agile to gain better secuity

Erlend Oftedal, Bekk Consulting

Advanced Code Review Techniques - How to Find Needles in the Haystack Efficiently

Siddharth Anbalahan, Plynt & Jaideep Jha, Plynt

14:50-15:30 Business Logic Attacks: Bots and Bats

Amichai Shulman, Imperva

Real Time Defenses against Application Worms and Malicious Attackers

Michael Coates, Aspect Security

OWASP ROI: Optimize Security Spending using OWASP

Matt Tesauro, Texas Education Agency

15:30-15:45 Break - Expo - CTF
15:45-16:25 Factoring malware and organized crime in to Web application security

Gunter Ollmann, IBM

Can an accessible web application be secure?

Speaker, tbd

I thought you were my friend Evil Markup, browser issues and other obscurities

Mario Heiderich, Business-IN

16:30-17:30 Panel discussion

Moderator: tbd, Panelists: tbd

The New Web-Based Man-in-the-Middle Attack

Adi Sharabani, IBM

17:30-17:45 Conference Wrap-Up & CTF Awards

Dave Wichers, OWASP Foundation


Venue: Park Inn Hotel, Krakow

Registration is available via the OWASP Conference Cvent site at: tbd

Tutorial Days - May 11th and 12th

OWASP hosts 1 and 2 day tutorial sessions prior to the conference.

2 day tutorials:

  • Hands on application security with the OWASP Live CD, by Matt Tesauro, Texas Education Agency
  • Web Services Security, by Dave Wichers, Aspect Security
  • Advanced Testing, by Michael Coates, Aspect Security

1 day tutorials:

  • Web Application Security for Managers and Executives – The Road Less Travelled, by Mano Paul, SecuRisk Solutions
  • Introduction to ModSecurity, the Apache Security Module, by Christian Folini, Netnea (christian dot folini at netnea dot com)
  • Web 2.0 Hacking – Attacks & Countermeasures, by Shreeraj Shah, Blueinfy
  • Threat Modeling, by John Steven, Cigital
  • In-depth Assessment Techniques: Design, Code, and Runtime, by Pravir Chandra, Cognosticus

More details and registration to follow soon!

Call for Research Papers

The call for refereed research papers is out: OWASP AppSec Europe 2009 CFRP

Accommodations

This year, the conference will be held at the Park Inn Hotel, in the center of Kraków, Poland.
Park Inn Hotel
Ul. Monte Cassino 2
30 - 337 Kraków
Poland
tel: 0048 – 12 – 375 – 40 – 02
fax : 0048 – 12 – 375 – 40 – 01

OWASP has negotiated a room block as well. Details to follow soon.

Transportation to the Conference

By plane

Krakow can be reached by commercial aviation through the John Paul II International Airport Krakow-Balice. 21 airlines fly to and from Krakow including British Airways, Alitalia, Germanwings, LOT, Lufthansa and cheap airlines such as SkyEurope, Ryanair, easyJet and centralwings.

You can go from the airport to the city centre by:

  • Train
The train stop is located app. 200 m from the passenger terminal ( 5 minute walk)
It will take you 20 minutes and cost 6 PLN (less than 2EU) to get to the Krakow Main Station
  • Bus
The 192 bus stop is located directly at the roundabout, in front of the passenger terminal. The trip to the Main Station takes app. 35 minutes. The ticket can be purchased at the ticket machine on the bus stop for 2,5 PLN (less than 1EU)
  • Taxi
There are always taxis waiting for the passengers in front of the airport. The average price for a ride to the city centre is 50 PLN (around 15EU)

Find out more on John Paul II International Airport Krakow-Balice web page.

By train

You can also travel to Krakow by train from main Polish cities such as Warsow, Wroclaw, Poznan, Gdansk and several cities in Europe. There is direct connection from Berlin, Wien, Prague etc.
Search for your connection here (your destination is Krakow Glowny).

How to get to the venue?

tbd

Registration and Conference Fees

Registration is available via the OWASP Conference Cvent site at: tbd

The conference fee for this conference is :

  • Standard: 350 Euros, OWASP Members: 300 Euros, Students: 225 Euros.
  • If you also register for CONFidence Poland 2009 you get a 15% reduction.

Other fees are:

  • Conference Dinner: 50 Euros
  • Conference Tutorials: 910 Euros (2 days) - 455 Euros (1 day)

Note: To save on processing expenses, all fees paid for the OWASP conference are non-refundable. OWASP can accomodate transfers of registrations from one person to another, if such an adjustment becomes necessary.

Conference Committee

OWASP Conferences Chair: Dave Wichers - Aspect Security - dave.wichers 'at' owasp.org

2009 EU Planning Committee Chair: Sebastien Deleersnyder - Telindus - seba 'at' owasp.org

2009 EU Program Committee:

  • Sebastien Deleersnyder - seba 'at' owasp.org
  • Mano Paul - mano.paul 'at' owasp.org
  • Fabio Cerullo - fcerullo 'at' gmail.com
  • Kuai Hinojosa - kuai.hinojosa 'at' owasp.org
  • Andrzej Targosz - andrzej.targosz 'at' proidea.org.pl

Poland Chapter Host: Andrzej Targosz - OWASP Poland - andrzej.targosz 'at' proidea.org.pl

Capture the Flag Chair: Andrzej Targosz - andrzej.targosz 'at' proidea.org.pl

Refereed Papers Chair: Lieven Desmet - KU Leuven - Lieven.Desmet 'at' cs.kuleuven.ac.b

Affiliated Partners

We are glad to have the local support of:

Conference Sponsors

The following organizations are sponsors for this conference. If you are interested in sponsoring an OWASP conference, please contact OWASP at: conferences 'at' owasp.org.

tbd

More information about conference sponsorship is available online.