[Owasp-leaders] Fwd: Panel Member(s) Wanted
Tom Brennan - OWASP
tomb at owasp.org
Wed Aug 28 03:04:32 UTC 2013
Coming off the success of OWASP AppSec EU Research event, everyone is full of energy - kudos to the EMEA TEAM for a job well done!
NEXT IS: OWASP AppSecUSA (http://www.appsecusa.org) -- the team is happy to report that the event is on schedule to be amazing!! During this years North American event, the team has already arranged multiple OWASP summit activities and related topics around the theme of confidentially, availability and integrity of data protected by software. We are reaching out to you as a OWASP-Leaders to crowd source nominate and recruit additional members of the community to have a dialog with the following moderators; maybe that person is YOU or a colleague?
P1. Privacy or Security; Can we Have Both?
Moderator: Jeff Fox, Consumer Reports Magazine
Often confused with each other, security and privacy are both interdependent (privacy generally requires robust security) and sometimes at odds with each other (security may require sacrificing privacy). While the public’s online privacy has taken a big hit in the past decade, it is at least defended by an army of public-interest groups and legal experts. Meanwhile, to many, the public’s online security often remains shrouded in technical jargon and barely present in public policy discussions.This panel will explore issues such as these: -When do security measures go “over the line” and begin encroaching on individual privacy? -What privacy rights is the public (or should it be) willing to trade for more security?- Online anonymity gets a lot of lip service. Has it outlived its usefulness? Political dissidents aside, is it now doing more harm than good by shielding criminals while hardly protecting the average user?- Major private and public institutions often fall down on the job of ensuring either cybersecurity or cyberprivacy. What combination of self-regulation, government oversight, and market accountability (in the form of cyber insurance, auditing, and litigation) would most effectively push them to better meet their responsibility to the public and shareholders?
P2. Wireless and the Post-PC World: Security a Complex Situation
-Stephen Wellman, Editor-in-Chief, Slashdot Media
A recent survey from the CTIA finds that by 2015, more Americans are expected to access the Internet through a mobile device than a PC. While such growth represents a boon to consumers and a financial boon to everyone who sells into such an ecosystem, it creates a complex set of challenges. In this panel, a broad group of stakeholders weigh in on the situation as well as offer best practices for security professionals, software developers, apps developers and anyone else whose job it is to manage security in the post-PC world where tablets, smartphones and apps have blurred the categories between personal and professional.
-Rick Farina, AirTight Networks
-Daniel Miessler, HP
-Devindra Hardaware, VentureBeat
P3. Women in Information Security: Who Are We? Where are we going? Why?
Moderator: Joan Goodchild, Executive Editor, CSO Online
-Dawn-Marie Hutchinson/Urban Outfitter
-Maryanne Davidson, CTO Oracle
-Winner of Women in Tech Grant #1 & Grant #2 details:
P4. Security in Journalism
Moderator: Dylan Tweney, Executive Editor, VentureBeat
Cybersecurity is more important than ever to the news media. Hacks directed at media outlets have ranged from the fundamental to the sophisticated, but the damage has been uniformly significant. Not only has the reputation of trusted media organizations been impacted, billions of dollars in market value have been lost and the sacred bond between reporters and sources have been broken. At the same time, reporters are casting about for more secure ways to communicate with their sources, given that e-mails and phone records can be subpoenaed. In this panel, reporters, developers and other stakeholders describe how security issues have affected them and discuss leading-edge software and best practices to protect the newsroom as the 24/7, real-time, global clearing house of the 21st century information economy.
-Phil Zimmermann, PGP Founder
Moderator: Wendy Nader, 451 Group
Software assurance in the past 5 - 6 years has emerged as the key focus area for information security professionals. The C - suite has recognized software assurance to be more than a hygiene problem as the application security breaches have started making impact to the bottom line of the companies. The international regulators are demanding systems that are more resilient. The number and complexity of cyber breaches keeps on increasing, there is no relief in sight, and that probably keeps up everyone up at night.. lets talk shop shall we?
-Ajoy Kumar, Head of Application Security, UBS
-Elliot Glazer, CISO, Dun and Bradstreet
-Mahi Dontamsetti, Director and Head of Application Security, DTCC
-Thein La, Vice President and Head of Application Security, Sungard
P6. OPEN-MIC (we will be using (1) of these slots on the schedule for a NEW PANEL)
<Insert the topic, panel members and lets have that discussion>
Here are the FAQ items that you need to know
FAQ-1) Panel members will receive a FULL Briefing Badge to attend AppSecUSA 20-Nov and 21-Nov
FAQ-2) OWASP is unable to pay a honorarium or travel expenses for any panel member
FAQ-3) Appropriate a biography and photo available and will be accepted by the panel moderator.
Do you have, are you the PERFECT PERSON or have a suggestion?
What are you waiting for…. take it OFF-LIST and pick up the phone, send a email and cc: appsecusa at owasp.org to connect the dots and make AppSecUSA amazing with content and community.
wlessard at prwithbrains.com
P.S. While visiting NYC don't forget to also explore the greatest city in the world with family and friends - http://appsecusa.org/2013/activities/visiting-nyc/
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