[Owasp-boston] OWASP Boston Wed. 4/11 Mtg

Weiler, Jim Jim.Weiler at starwoodhotels.com
Thu Apr 5 22:49:47 UTC 2012


Just a reminder - Wed. April 11, MS Waltham

 

Topic - Gray, the New Black: Gray-Box Vulnerability Testing 

Over the years, two key techniques have emerged as the most effective
for finding security vulnerabilities in software: Dynamic Application
Security Testing (DAST) and Static Application Security Testing (SAST).
While DAST and SAST each possess unique strengths, the "Holy Grail" of
security testing is thought to be "hybrid" - a technique that combines
and correlates the results from both testing methods, maximizing the
advantages of each. Until recently, however, a critical element has been
missing from first generation hybrid solutions: information about the
inner workings and behavior of applications undergoing DAST and SAST
analysis. 

This presentation will introduce you to the next generation of hybrid
security analysis - what it is, how it works, and the benefits it
offers. It will also address (and dispel) the claims against hybrid, and
leave you with a clear understanding of how the new generation of hybrid
will enable organizations to resolve their most critical software
security issues faster and more cost-effectively than any other
available analysis technology. 

Pizza will be sponsored by HP / Fortify

 

Jim Weiler       CISSP   CSSLP   GSSP - Java

Application Security Architect

Starwood Hotels      1505 Washington St.   Braintree MA. 02184

desk - 781 356 0067

mobile - 781 654 6048

 



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