[Owasp-SFL] Wednesday, March 18, 2015 - 5:30pm - South Florida OWASP Meeting – 2 great talks and networking after

Sulatycki Rohini rohini_sulatycki at yahoo.com
Thu Mar 5 14:24:13 UTC 2015

Wednesday, March 18, 2015 - 5:30pm - South Florida OWASP Meeting – 2 great talks and networking afterThis is the first meeting for 2015! We have an excellent line up of speakers, topics, and networking scheduled for you so plan ahead and mark your calendars!
Talk 1: Application Security - A fresh perspectiveBreaches are in the news as never before and it is clear that application security is falling behind. Different technologies are being introduced and application security does not appear to be keeping up with these changes. In this talk we will discuss some different approaches that have been successfully employed by several leading technology organizations. These include creating attack aware applications using application sensors, continuous deployment and the advantages of bug bounty programs. 

Bio: Rohini SulatyckiRohini Sulatycki is a Senior Security Consultant within the Application Security practice at Trustwave's SpiderLabs. Rohini has been involved in the Information Technology industry for more than 16 years. Rohini specializes in application security testing, code reviews and secure software development conducting a large number of application, virtualization, mobile and external network tests in her capacity at Trustwave. She has also conducted Secure Development Training classes for clients worldwide. She has strong foundations in software engineering, design and architecture and implementing enterprise applications. Rohini has a background implementing and reviewing all types of applications, from traditional client/server applications to web applications and web services. Rohini has served as the president of the Kansas City OWASP chapter and a member of the High Technology Crime Investigation Association (HTCIA) and is the current co-chair of the South Florida OWASP chapter. She has been a technical reviewer for several books and publications including Java Security and IEEE Security and Privacy. She has also presented at various industry events including Black Hat and OWASP FROC.
Talk 2: Crypto: Doing it wrongCryptography is a dark art to many developers. Errors in implementations can appear. This talk is design to highlight the last few implementation flaws and how attackers can abuse them. 

Bio: Moses HernandezMy name is Moses Hernandez. I’ve been in the Information Security ‘industry’ professionally since the late 90′s. Having worked in and around the industry for as long as I have, you get to wear many hats and see many things. From Network Engineering and Architecture and also getting involved in Software, Applications, Development and other aspects of computer science I have no business being in.He has worked for SANS as a Instructor for their Penetration Testing Courses as well as worked for at an Architect Capacity for many years. He is currently employed with Cisco Systems. If you want to talk about the intricacies of building scalable networks or get down in debugging software we can have both conversations comfortably. But you know what really gets me going? People, Companies, Software, and our community. 

Facility Location: NOVA SOUTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY Carl DeSantis Building, Main Davie Campus Dean Conference Room 4030 (4th floor)3301 College Ave Fort Lauderdale, FL 33314-7796 Phone: 800-541-NOVA (6682)FREE CPE CREDITS! Did you know you earn 2 CPE credits for attending an OWASP Meeting? It's true! Join us to feed your certs Best regards,

Rohini Sulatycki | Senior Security Consultant
OWASP South Florida Chapter co-chair
email: rohini_sulatycki at yahoo.com

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