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The Sacramento OWASP Chapter promotes the [[About_The_Open_Web_Application_Security_Project|principles of OWASP]] in our local community with an emphasis on education, local networking opportunities, and fun.  Meetings are typically on the last Thursday evening of the month.  
 
The Sacramento OWASP Chapter promotes the [[About_The_Open_Web_Application_Security_Project|principles of OWASP]] in our local community with an emphasis on education, local networking opportunities, and fun.  Meetings are typically on the last Thursday evening of the month.  
  
== MEETING: March 25, 2010, 6-8 pm: Tool Assisted Manual Code Review ==
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== MEETING: April 29, 2010, 6-8 pm: The Secure Software Development Lifecycle ==
  
'''TOPIC:  Tool Assisted Manual Code Review - Manual Precision with Automated
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'''TOPIC:  The Secure Software Development Lifecycle'''.  
Performance'''.  
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Come to this meeting if you want to learn (and discuss) how to bake security into your applications as they are created. We will examine the current maturity models and methodologies (CLASP, SDL, 7 Touchpoints, OpenSAMM, BSI-MM) and talk about how these work out in the real world. The focus will be on high-value, low drag activities that are practical for most development teams. Peripheral issues will also be considered, such as how to get management on board; how traditional information security professionals can work with development teams; dealing with legacy applications; and how to separate the real threats from the security busywork.
 
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Many companies are implementing manual and automated source code review
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to increase their application security posture and provide evidentiary
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support of due diligence to meet industry and regulatory requirements
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such as PCI, HIPAA and SOX. Tool Assisted Manual Code Review combines
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the contextual understanding and professional experience of a trained
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security analyst with the brute force power of an automation tool. The
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presentation will introduce the review process and discuss when it makes
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sense to use it within the context of the OWASP Top 10. It will also
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discuss how it affects the cost and quality of an assessment.
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SPEAKER BIO
 
SPEAKER BIO
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Roman Hustad has been an enterprise software developer in Sacramento for most of the past ten years. Most recently he was a Principal Consultant at Foundstone where he specialized in application security by performing code reviews, threat models, and teaching secure programming. Roman is a regular presenter at local chapters of OWASP, ISSA, ISACA, and Java User Groups. He is currently a local Java development lead in the financial services industry.
  
Mike Fauzy is a Certified Information System Security Professional
 
(CISSP) and Sr. Security Engineer with Aspect Security. He has 11 years
 
of combined experience in J2EE development and web application security.
 
He routinely performs both manual and automated code reviews, manual
 
penetration tests, security architecture reviews, SDLC security process
 
integration, and training for major government and industry clients. He
 
is a contributor on OWASP's Enterprise Security Application Programming
 
Interface (ESAPI) and Scrubbr projects. Aspect Security is an avid
 
supporter of OWASP.
 
  
 
'''RSVP & LOCATION:'''  
 
'''RSVP & LOCATION:'''  
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*: Rancho Cordova , CA   
 
*: Rancho Cordova , CA   
 
*: 95670
 
*: 95670
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== FUTURE Meetings ==
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2010-05-27: [http://www.veracode.com Veracode] will be talking about "Automated Web Application Scanning"
  
  
 
== Past Meetings ==
 
== Past Meetings ==
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2010-03-25: Mike Fauzy of [http://www.aspectsecurity.com Aspect Security] presented "Tool Assisted Manual Code Review - Manual Precision with Automated Performance"
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2010-02-25: Arshad Noor of [http://www.strongauth.com/ StrongAuth, Inc.] presented "Key Management & Encryption"  [http://www.mediafire.com/file/jz5dyu1wiyk/EKM-1.0.pdf Download presentation]
 
2010-02-25: Arshad Noor of [http://www.strongauth.com/ StrongAuth, Inc.] presented "Key Management & Encryption"  [http://www.mediafire.com/file/jz5dyu1wiyk/EKM-1.0.pdf Download presentation]
  

Revision as of 04:07, 6 April 2010

OWASP Sacramento

Welcome to the Sacramento chapter homepage. The chapter leaders are Roman Hustad, Matt Petteys, and Michael Weber.
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Charter

The Sacramento OWASP Chapter promotes the principles of OWASP in our local community with an emphasis on education, local networking opportunities, and fun. Meetings are typically on the last Thursday evening of the month.

MEETING: April 29, 2010, 6-8 pm: The Secure Software Development Lifecycle

TOPIC: The Secure Software Development Lifecycle. Come to this meeting if you want to learn (and discuss) how to bake security into your applications as they are created. We will examine the current maturity models and methodologies (CLASP, SDL, 7 Touchpoints, OpenSAMM, BSI-MM) and talk about how these work out in the real world. The focus will be on high-value, low drag activities that are practical for most development teams. Peripheral issues will also be considered, such as how to get management on board; how traditional information security professionals can work with development teams; dealing with legacy applications; and how to separate the real threats from the security busywork.

SPEAKER BIO Roman Hustad has been an enterprise software developer in Sacramento for most of the past ten years. Most recently he was a Principal Consultant at Foundstone where he specialized in application security by performing code reviews, threat models, and teaching secure programming. Roman is a regular presenter at local chapters of OWASP, ISSA, ISACA, and Java User Groups. He is currently a local Java development lead in the financial services industry.


RSVP & LOCATION:

Please RSVP for this event. Upon arriving at the main entrance, please ask for Robert Grill, office: 916-636-4392, cell: 916-997-9892. Any problems, please contact Roman Hustad, 916-402-0620

  • HP Medi-Cal (map)
    3215 Prospect Park Drive
    Rancho Cordova , CA
    95670

FUTURE Meetings

2010-05-27: Veracode will be talking about "Automated Web Application Scanning"


Past Meetings

2010-03-25: Mike Fauzy of Aspect Security presented "Tool Assisted Manual Code Review - Manual Precision with Automated Performance"

2010-02-25: Arshad Noor of StrongAuth, Inc. presented "Key Management & Encryption" Download presentation

2009-12-09: Alex Smolen presented "The OWASP .NET ESAPI"

2009-10-08: Ned Allison chaired a roundtable on "Database Security"

2009-07-30: Roman Hustad presented "Hands-on Cross-Site Scripting"

2009-05-12: Roman Hustad presented "Hands-on SQL Injection"

2008-10-30: Joy Forsythe from Fortify Software presented "Voting Security."

2008-07-31: Roman Hustad presented "How to Test the Security of Web Applications."

2008-06-26: Shan Zhou from Imperva presented "Database Security."

2008-04-03: Ryan C. Barnett from Breach Security presented "Passive Web Application Defect Identification."

2007-11-29: Roman Hustad from Foundstone presented "Web Application Hacking" to over 40 attendees.

2007-08-30: Barmak Meftah from Fortify Software presented "Hack proof your Service-Oriented Architecture" to 15 attendees.