[Owasp-boston] plan to attend June 5 meeting

Philip Marshall pmarshall at blackducksoftware.com
Tue May 28 13:22:41 UTC 2013


All,

I plan to attend the June 5 meeting.

Best,

Phil Marshall

 


Philip Marshall
Black Duck
Burlington, MA USA
M: 978.618.2920
www.blackducksoftware.com








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Today's Topics:

   1. Meeting June 5, 6:30 Akamai (Jim Weiler)


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Subject: [Owasp-boston] Meeting June 5, 6:30 Akamai
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6:40 - Introduction to SQL Injection
SQL injection is the most common and most powerful application attack on server applications, and is the first vulnerability in the  OWASP Top 10.
Jim Weiler will explain the vulnerability, the various remediation techniques and review some real world examples of the difficulties of remediating existing code.

7:00 - new and views, announcements

7:15 - Main Presentation
Presenter - Andrea Mulligan, Sr. Director at Veracode Title - We see the future?and it isn?t pretty:
Description ?
In this session Andrea presents research findings from the State of Software Security Report, which offers a before the breach look at security by examining the flaws commonly found in applications of all kinds. She will also examine what the research findings mean for security, predict how these flaws could cause history to repeat itself, and discuss how security pros can help change the future

Andrea Mulligan is the Sr. Director of Consulting Services at Veracode. She is an 18-year veteran of Software Professional Services, and has developed expertise in Web Application development, Web Application and Enterprise Application Performance Management, and Application Security Management.
Andrea joined Veracode in September 2012, and manages Global Consulting Services. Her team of Security Program Managers, Manual Penetration Testers, and Application Security Consultants work with security and development stakeholders within the Veracode customer base to define and execute effective Application Security programs. Prior to joining Veracode, Andrea was North American Director of Professional Services at Compuware Corporation and Director of World-wide services at Gomez.

Location -
Akamai
8 Cambridge Center
Cambridge, MA 02142
The entrance is on Broadway, between Ames st. and Galileo Galilei Way, just past the Residence Inn. The T stop is Kendall.

http://www.akamai.com/html/about/driving_directions.html

Pizza and soda courtesy of Akamai
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