[Owasp-new-york] RSVP Deadline For The April 20th Meeting @ American Stock Exchange
stan.guzik at owasp.org
Tue Apr 11 21:44:02 EDT 2006
Just a few house keeping items for the April 20th meeting.
1) RSVP - AMEX has some strict security requirements and they asked everyone to RSVP no later than Monday, April 17th.
2) Please arrive on-time and bring government issued ID as you will be subject to intense "Airport" like security checks.
3) Signs will be posted for the 14th Floor Executive Conference Room where this meeting will be held.
Hope to see you on the 20th,
Stan On 4/4/06, Stan Guzik <stan.guzik at owasp.org> wrote: OWASP NYC Meeting April 20th 6PM-9PM @ American Stock Exchange
American Stock Exchange
86 Trinity Pl.
New York, NY 10006-1872
Come join us for another free information packed event and earn CISSP CPE credits. Our chapter has grown to 200 members and let's all get together and participate in some great talks, network and make new friends.
1) Project Liberty Digital Identity Management and Identity-Based Web Services - Founded in the Fall of 2001, the Liberty Alliance remains the only Global organization dedicated to the creation of open technical and business standards for digital identity management and identity-based web services. Andrew's presentation will include an overview of Liberty's past and future output, with a focus on real-world examples of how organizations have used Liberty's specifications to address a variety of business and technical challenges. Discussion points will include:
Introduction to / update on Liberty Alliance
Deployment case studies & anecdotes
Business & legal implications of federated identity
Emerging and future work areas for Liberty
Speaker: Andrew Shikiar, Membership Director, Liberty Alliance Project
2) Finding Gold in the Browser Cache - With client side web browsers under constant attack, what can web application programmers do to help prevent sensitive data from being stored in a user's cache? This presentation includes an overview of the benefits and dangers of web browser caching. It then digs deeper - exploring how attackers can extract that data and how web application developers can prevent sensitive information from being cached in the first place. This presentation builds on numerous real world application tests and data retrievals. Examples will demonstrate the wealth of information that can be found in both Firefox and Internet Explorer.
Speaker: Corey Benninger, CISSP, OWASP NYC Member, Security Consultant, Foundstone Professional Services A Division of McAfee
RSVP: We look forward to seeing everyone. Please RSVP to: peter.stern at owasp.org
After Party: Join Fellow OWASP Members at Pound & Pence located at 55 Liberty St. http://www.poundandpence.com/
* New Board Member: I would like to welcome William Gebhardt as a chapter board member. William was a key player in getting the OWASP chapter started by arranged our first chapter meeting at UBS in 2004.
* 200 Members: Our Membership has grown to 200 strong!!!
Bios: Speaker bios will be posted on our website http://www.owasp.org/local/nyc.html in a few days.
Stan Guzik, CISSP, MCP
OWASP NYC Founder & President
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