[Owasp-phoenix] May 2015 Meeting Announcement!

Joaquin Fuentes joaquin.fuentes at owasp.org
Mon May 4 16:56:29 UTC 2015

Hello Everyone,

Just a heads up that the meeting room has changed to room #136, which is
the auditorium, still at UAT. Details have been updated on the Chapter
Page: https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Phoenix.

Andre - I hear you and I completely agree with the need to mixup the dates
& possibly venues, so that folks with consistent scheduling & location
conflicts can attend.  Unfortunately I won't be able to attend Cigital's
networking event this Thursday, but entertaining a 1st Thursdays networking
event sounds like a great idea.  Let me know how those discussions go and
if there is enough interest, we should take action to make the event

Joaquin Fuentes

On Sat, May 2, 2015 at 6:09 PM, Andre Gironda <andreg at gmail.com> wrote:

> On Tue, Apr 14, 2015 at 12:14 AM, Joaquin Fuentes <
> joaquin.fuentes at owasp.org> wrote:
>> Dear Owasp-phoenix Subscribers,
>> I'm excited to announce the next Phoenix OWASP chapter meeting, which
>> will be held at UAT (Room #205) on Tuesday, May 05, 2015.  Please put this
>> on your calendars and join us while we revive the chapter.  Let's keep the
>> great momentum going since CactusCon; it was awesome seeing the community
>> again.
> Joaquin and others,
> Tuesdays are going to be bad for me, including this week, and ultimately,
> forever. Excited about reviving the chapter and hope to see other events,
> or other days of the week where events will be switched to or planned for.
> A few years ago when the chapter was AWESOME (thanks to Pete R, Andrew W,
> etc), Skyler B couldn't attend on Tuesdays, which left a gap in our
> community. If I do end up becoming a similar gap -- I hope that others rise
> to the occasion and attend these excellent networking and learning
> opportunities afforded to you by the OWASP community.
>  Title: iOS App Attack and Defense (OWASP Mobile Top 10 Edition)
>> Presenter: Seth Law
>> (https://github.com/nVisium/Swift.nV).
> See, now I'm really mad that I can't come with my Apple Watch. Had so many
> questions about the WatchKit apps (watch-side) and extensions
> (iDevice-side), especially around InterfaceController.swift,
> awakeWithContext, labels, and image/table views. It makes me wonder if the
> model presentation mode will be subject to UI redress attacks -- especially
> with the rich Notification capabilities
> (WKUserNotificationInterfaceController class). Curious if the flash is
> encrypted since the App Groups allow files to pass between the devices.
> Last, but not least, very curious about how the Apple Watch implements NFC,
> EMV, and Apple Pay -- http://security.stackexchange.com/a/86352/140
> If you have time later this week, I'll be at The Stockyards for an
> open-networking event hosted by Cigital, Thursday, May 7th, starting at
> 6PM. The address is 5009 E Washington St, Phoenix, 85034. If anyone shows,
> then perhaps we can discuss hosting on-going, open-networking
> professional's happy-hour OWASP events on first-of-the-month Thursdays
> going forward.
> Not trying to steal Joaquin's thunder, but I do like to stir up the pot
> (and trying to leverage lessons learned from our past Phoenix OWASP
> failings). OWASP Austin (at least when I lived there) did host two separate
> events: one during the day (lunch 'n learn style) at a corporate HQ -- and
> a separate, professional's happy-hour meetup at a local Irish bar. Any
> thoughts or comments are welcome.
> All my best,
> Andre
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