OWASP Australia AppSec 2008 Conference/Agenda

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Welcome to the OWASP Australia Application Security Conference for 2008. Following on from the great success of OWASP Conferences in 2006 and 2007 in the United States and Europe, the first ever Asia Pacific & Australia Security conference will take place in February 2008.

OWASP Australia 2008 Conference Schedule - February 2008 27th & 28th

Day 1 - Thursday Feb 27, 2007
Track 1: Technical Track 2: Business
08:00-09:00 Registration and Coffee
09:00-09:15 Welcome to OWASP Australia 2008 Conference - Justin Derry, Australia OWASP Conference Chair and Practice Leader b-sec Consulting
09:15-10:15 Keynote: The Microsoft SLD-IT, The process of Building Secure Applications

Mark Curphey (European Practice Manager - ACE Team Microsoft)


10:15-10:45 An Introduction to OWASP 2008 & Current Projects - Justin Derry, Australia OWASP Conference Chair and Practice Leader b-sec Consulting
10:45-11:15 Morning Tea/Coffee, Vendor Technology Expo
11:15-12:30 Secure Software Development (OWASP EDU Project) - Martin Knobloch, Technical Specialist, Sogeti Nederland B.V. Considerations for application security testing for enterprise projects. - Jean Marie Abighanem, Director Enterprise Risk Services Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu
12:30-13:30 Lunch, Vendor Technology Expo
13:30-14:30 XSS, CSRF, CRLF and RFI Techniques & Examples - Deepan Chakravarthy Static Analysis & Secure Coding for Enterprises - Brian Chess, Fortify Software Ph.D., Founder & Chief Scientist
14:45-15:45 Automated web application scanning versus manual testing, choosing the best tools for the job. - Matthew Hackling, Enterprise Risk Services Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu The Next Step in Evolution (Javascript Worms) - Benjamin Mosse, Security Researcher & Analyst Programmer
15:45-16:15 Afternoon Tea/Coffee, Vendor Technology Expo
16:15-17:00 Three OWASP Projects for Secure Applications - Leviathan Security Group Hacker Attacks on the Horizon: Understanding the Top Web 2.0 Attack Vectors - Danny Allan, IBM Watchfire
17:15-18:00 Panel: “Application Security Threats Commonly faced by Organisations!”

Moderator: Oliver Binz, Managing Director, b-sec Consulting Pty Ltd

Panelists: Jean Marie Abighanem (Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu), Brian Chess (Fortify Software), James Manager (Telstra), Mark Curphey (Microsoft)

18:30-19:00 OWASP Social Gathering: Pre-Dinner Drinks & Cocktails
19:00-21:30 OWASP Social Gathering: Gala Dinner, Entertainment and Networking Opportunity
Day 2 - Friday Feb 28, 2007
Track 1: Technical Track 2: Business
08:00-09:00 Registration and Coffee
09:00-9:15 Conference Day 2 Open: Justin Derry, Australia OWASP Conference Chair and Practice Leader b-sec Consulting
09:15-10:15 Keynote2: (TBA)
10:15-10:45 OWASP Top Ten, OWASP Guide Project Updates
10:45-11:15 Morning Tea/Coffee, Vendor Technology Expo
11:15-12:30 Google Hacking - Christian Heinrich Scalability and Security — Together - James Manager, Identity and Security team – Chief Technology Office – Telstra
12:30-13:30 Lunch, Vendor Technology Expo
13:30-14:30 Using WS-SecurityPolicy to Defend Web Services Attacks - Symon Chang, BEA Systems PCI Security Standards & Policies for Application Security - Darren Skidmore, Team Lead InfoSec and BCP, FIS Australasia Card Services Pty Ltd
14:30-15:30 Dealing with threats to Databases - Sandeep Singh Nain Legal Risk & Compliance Issues with Application Security - TBA
15:30-16:00 Afternoon Tea/Coffee, Vendor Technology Expo
16:00-17:00 The detection and analysis of Flash based malware. - Paul Theriault, Senior Associate SIFT Enforcing Web and XML Application Security - Bill McGee, Cisco Systems
17:00-17:30 Conference Close, Justin Derry, Australia OWASP Conference Chair and Practice Leader b-sec Consulting
17:30-19:00 Happy Hour Drinks and Cocktails in Vendor Technology Expo


OWASP Australia 2008 Conference Facilities Map

To assist delegates the following map of the Conference Facilities is provided. The Gold Coast Convention Center has provided OWASP with the entire top floor of the Conference Facility for all services including presentations, meals and the vendor technology expo.

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