[Owasp-ottawa] Next Meeting Details: March 10th - New Location - Reminder

Sherif Koussa sherif.koussa at owasp.org
Mon Mar 7 13:46:06 EST 2011

Hi All,

This is a reminder for the meeting this Thursday, please note the new
location at Shopify HQ here in Ottawa, for the location and meeting details,
please see below. Seats *are really limited *this time, so please RSVP ASAP
by sending an email to owasp.ottawa at gmail.com. Looking forward to seeing you
all next Thursday.

Meetings Location

*Shopify*: 61a York St (Above Tucker's Marketplace)

Please RSVP to owasp.ottawa at gmail.com. Please include name, company and how
many attendees.

*Meeting Sponsor:*
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*Meeting schedule:*

6:00-6:30 Pizza, wings and pop
6:30-7:30 Main presentation
7:30-8:00 Open discussion and questions

   - *Next Meeting: March, Thursday 10th 2011*
   - *April, Thursday 14th 2011*
   - *May, Thursday 10th 2011*
   - *Previous Meetings*

*Speaker: Shan Gu - Accenture* - Large enterprises are increasing their
adoption of SOA at a rapid rate as interoperability standards and vendor
product implementations mature and stabilize. However, moving enterprises
into a loosely coupled IT paradigm introduces challenges around security and
compliance. How do we address accountability, confidentiality, integrity,
and trust in a large loosely couple ecosystem where consumers and providers
don’t always maintain a permanent or stateful relationship? There are
standards of course that help integrators and Architects design systems to
communicate with each other in a secure manner, however these standards,
when interpreted in their purest sense are complex and expensive to
implement/maintain in large organizations. And systems that are
operationally complex in terms of security are ironically the least secure.

*About The Speaker* Shan Gu - Manager in the Security Technologies Practice
at Accenture

Shan is a Security Architect from Accenture who specializes in Identity and
Access Management and SOA Security. He has worked with clients in both the
Public and Private sectors and in various industries spanning from Health,
to Transport, to Financial Services. Shan has spent his recent years focused
on helping clients adopt SOA within the enterprise and to do it in a secure
and cost effective manner. Shan is a graduate from Carleton University’s
Systems and Computer Engineering program, with a B.Eng and a Minor in

Hi All,
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