[Owasp-phoenix] May 2015 Meeting Announcement!
joaquin.fuentes at owasp.org
Mon May 4 16:56:29 UTC 2015
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
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
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
> 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
> 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,
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