[OWASP-Portland] Fwd: ISACA Luncheon: Bug Bounty Programs (3/10/2016)
Dave Dyk (Personal)
dave at cpnt.com
Wed Mar 2 22:11:09 UTC 2016
Hi Portland OWASP -
The local ISACA chapter (I'm on the board) thought there might be interest
in our monthly luncheon next week among the OWASP community. The topic is
on Bug Bounty program best practices, and the speaker is my colleague from
Simple Dylan Saccomanni who is a senior member of our pen testing team.
If you are able to make it, please register online, and you can use the
lower-priced "member" rate ($20, and includes catered lunch and 1 hour of
documented CPE for any professional certifications you maintain). Also
note that we waive fees <http://www.isaca-oregon.org/fee-waiver-policy.html>
for students and folks who are currently unemployed.
Thanks for letting us cross-post. I hope to see you there.
---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: ISACA Willamette Valley Chapter <board at isaca-oregon.org>
Date: Mon, Feb 29, 2016 at 7:50 AM
Subject: ISACA Luncheon: Bug Bounty Programs (3/10/2016)
To: dave at cpnt.com
Join us 3/10/2016!
View this email in your browser
Please join ISACA for our March monthly luncheon at NWEA. Details below.
Register today on the event page!
*March 10, 2016 ISACA Luncheon Event*
*Bug Bounty Programs*
Bug bounties have become increasingly popular as a staple of strong
security programs, so much so that even traditionally conservative
companies are beginning to use them. However, they are very difficult to
implement correctly. In this talk I will discuss a brief history of bug
bounties, the current landscape of bug bounty efficiency (including
statistics from the programs of small, medium and large companies) and how
to optimize a program for success.
*Speaker: Dylan Saccomanni*
Dylan Saccomanni is a software security engineer with six years of
experience in penetration testing and vulnerability research. He has found
and disclosed security vulnerabilities in large companies like GoDaddy and
Microsoft, and before working at Simple he ran a security consultancy
catering to Series A tech startups.
ISACA Members: $20.00
Guests and Non-Members: $25.00
Do not delay and register today!
Enterprise Risk Management Symposium is back at the Multnomah Athletic Club
on Tuesday *March 15th*. The keynote speaker for this year's event is Scott
Ashford, Professor and Dean at Oregon State University, College of
Engineering. Please register here
*ISACA Spring Training* is approaching! The two day training at Rock Creek
PCC will be *April 27th and 28th*. Please checkout our event page
more details and registration!
Portland Interface 2016 is back this March! The event, on *March 10th*, is
part of a series of CPE accredited educational conferesed on Network and
Data security, BC/DR, data storage & recovery and enterprise
communications. Register as a guest of ISACA here
Are you interested in a *CRISC training*? We are considering offering the
CRISC exam training class and are looking to establish a level of
interest. Please email our Education Coordinator, Nancy Wells
<nwells at isaca-oregon.org?subject=CRISC%20Training>. Nancy is also
interested in collecting a list of our area CRISC exam trainers.
Check out other Chapter News and Events on our website!
Employment (Job Board)
ISACA Willamette Valley maintains a job board for members. Check it out
subscribe to the RSS feed or job board e-mail notifications.
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the OWASP-portland