[OWASP-Delhi] [Announcement] OWASP Delhi February 2018 Meet / February 24 (Sat) - 11 AM / Venue: Sapient, Gurgaon

Vaibhav Gupta vaibhav.gupta at owasp.org
Tue Feb 20 12:15:44 UTC 2018


Hi All,

A gentle reminder for Saturday's (24th Feb) meetup.

*More Details and RSVP here:
**https://null.co.in/events/420-delhi-null-delhi-meet-24-february-2018-combined-null-owasp-meet
<https://null.co.in/events/420-delhi-null-delhi-meet-24-february-2018-combined-null-owasp-meet>*

*Note - *All OWASP chapter meets are free and open to everyone. Prior RSVP
is mandatory in order to be allowed to attend the meet.

Thanks
Vaibhav

twitter.com/VaibhavGupta_1

On Thu, Feb 15, 2018 at 1:26 AM, Sandeep Singh <sandeep.singh at owasp.org>
wrote:

> Hi All,
>
> Announcing the upcoming OWASP Delhi Chapter February meetup on February
> 24, 2018 (Saturday) - 11:00 am onwards.
>
> *Note - *All OWASP chapter meets are free and open to everyone. Prior
> RSVP is mandatory in order to be allowed to attend the meet.
>
> *Note - *This is a combined null Delhi and OWASP Delhi meet up
>
> *More Details and RSVP here: **https://null.co.in/events/420-delhi-null-delhi-meet-24-february-2018-combined-null-owasp-meet
> <https://null.co.in/events/420-delhi-null-delhi-meet-24-february-2018-combined-null-owasp-meet>*
>
> *Details: *https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Delhi_NCR
>
> *Agenda:*
>
>    - Introductions and Chapter Updates
>    - News Bytes & Discussions on Latest Infosec happenings
>    - WiFi Security Beyond Password Cracking by Mohit Kumar Rajain
>    - Networking Breaks
>    - AppSec Testing Beyond Pen Test by Bhushan Gupta
>    - Feedback and Next Meet Discussion
>
>
> *When: *February 24, 2018 (Saturday) - 11:00 am onward (Please be on time)
>
> *Where: *Sapient
> Unitech Infospace SEZ
> Tower-B (Unit 1 Cafeteria), Building No-8
> Sector 21,
> Old Delhi - Gurgaon Road
> Dundahera, Gurgaon 122016
> Haryana, India
>
> *How to reach venue: *Take Rapid Metro from Sikanderpur Metro station to
> Vodafone Belvedere Towers (2nd Stop). A free shuttle operates from the
> entry gate of the metro station to Udyog Vihar every 5 minutes. It drops at
> exit gate no. 2 of Infospace. The shuttle takes around 15 minutes to reach
> the venue.
>
> *Nearest Landmark: *Trident Hotel.(Straight from Trident Hotel towards
> Dundahera Village and left from T Point, Unitech building will be on the
> right. RBS and Amdocs offices are in the same complex.)
>
> *Nearest Metro Stations:*
>
>    - IndusInd Bank Cyber City Rapid Metro Station
>    - MG Road Metro Station
>    - Sikanderpur Metro Station
>
> *Important Note - *Please carry an ID proof along with you which will be
> required for Security check
>
>
> *Talk Details:*
> ----------------------
>
> *Title: AppSec Testing Beyond Pen Test by Bhushan Gupta*
>
> *Abstract:* Web application security has a broad scope that spans from
> network communication to browser behaviors to backend applications and
> finally to database servers. Validating security of all these components
> can be a daunting task and take a considerable effort. Penetration is the
> most prevalent testing method used today for validating web application
> security. The question is, “does it cover all the basis?” Penetration
> testing is a black-box type testing that a QA engineer applies from the
> hacker’s perspective. While it provides a comfort level, it does not ensure
> that the application has been developed with security in mind and that it
> meets the three basic requirements of security namely, Confidentiality,
> Integrity, and Availability (CIA). The CIA framework builds intrinsic
> security and thus ensures an increased confidence level. This framework
> should be complemented with the penetration testing.
>
> This talk focuses on how to align the security validation of a web
> application with the three basic elements of security namely,
> Confidentiality, Integrity, and Availability (CIA). The test effectiveness
> can be achieved by analyzing the requirements of each element and
> identifying the potential breaches that can compromise each element. The
> efficiency should be built by relating these breaches with the known OWASP
> Top 10 and other vulnerabilities and, leveraging that knowledge to identify
> the testing approach - static and dynamic throughout the SDLC.
>
> *Bio: *Bhushan Gupta is a Principal consultant at Gupta Consulting LLC.,
> Bhushan Gupta is passionate about development methods and tools that yield
> more secure web applications especially in the agile software development
> environment. As a researcher, he has a keen interest in understanding and
> applying fundamental principles and known methodologies to develop
> dependable and secure software solutions. His interests extend to Social
> Engineering and Attack Surface Analysis. Bhushan worked at Hewlett-Packard
> for 13 years in various roles including software quality lead, engineer,
> software process architect, and software productivity manager. He then
> developed a strong interest in web application security while working as a
> quality engineer for Nike Inc. Bhushan has been studying various facets of
> web application security and promoting how to apply common sense approach
> to build secure solutions. He is a certified Six Sigma Black Belt (HP and
> ASQ) and an adjunct faculty member at the Oregon Institute of Technology in
> Software Engineering. To learn more about Bhushan’s contributions to SDLC,
> visit www.bgupta.com
>
> *Title: WiFi Security Beyond Password Cracking*
>
> *Abstract: *The speaker will demonstrate the following attacks on wifi
> networks:
>
>    1. Packet injection in protocols such as DHCP, DNS, etc.
>    2. Phishing wifi clients using captive portal
>
> *Bio: *Mohit is a Network security Enthusiast and Final Year Btech ( ECE
> ) student @ NIT Delhi
>
> See you there.
>
> Thanks
> Sandeep
>
>
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