[Owasp-cincinnati] March OWASP Meeting

Andy Willingham andy.willingham at gmail.com
Mon Mar 3 19:57:32 UTC 2014


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Andy Willingham
http://www.andyitguy.com
http//www.linkedin/in/andyitguy
http://www.owasp.org/index.php/Cincinnati 

> On Feb 21, 2014, at 8:01 AM, Andy Willingham <andy.willingham at gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> Happy New Year!  Ok, so it's a little late for that but I do hope that 2014 has been good to you if not warm.  
> We have our first meeting of the year scheduled for next month and we are excited and ready to move forward with several more. We have a few items in the works for the coming months and will pass on details as they become available. 
> 
> Here are the detail for the March meeting. You can get your tickets at our Eventbrite site and also check our our chapter page. 
> For those of you who may be link impared here are the URLs: 
> https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cincinnati-owasp-march-2014-tickets-10650976357 
> http://www.owasp.org/index.php/cincinnati 
> 
> What:  March Cincinnati OWASP Meeting 
> When: Tuesday March 18, 2014 
> Where: Citi Offices 
>               9997 Carver Rd 
>               Blue Ash, Oh 45242 
> 
> Title:       "OWASP Mobile Top Ten 2014 – The New "Lack of Binary Protection" Category”
> Subtitle: “Mobile Applications and All of the Bad things that can happen to your Information and IP Inside them”
>  
> Abstract: "Recently, there has been a new addition to the OWASP Mobile Top Ten. At AppSec California, OWASP debuted the 2014 list and briefly highlighted examples of threats in the new M10 category.  In my talk, I discuss the new category in much more depth.  I educate the audience about the prevalence of binary risks in both iPhone and Android mobile apps.  I highlight mobile app risks that relate to this new category and how to leverage particular OWASP Projects for the solution.  By the end of this talk, you will have a solid understanding of binary risk and how to begin thinking about solutions to this category."
> 
> Speaker:  Matt Clemens is a Security Solutions Architect for Arxan Technologies, focusing on application security. Before joining Arxan in 2013 Matt spent 20 years in a variety of roles in the semiconductor and embedded processor industries. 
> 
> I hope to see y'all at the meeting and come hungry as our sponsor is providing Pizza and Drinks. 
> 
> Thanks, 
> 
> Andy Willingham
> andywillingham at gmail.com
> www.andyitguy.com
> www.linkedin.com/in/andyitguy
> 
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