[Owasp-rochester-announce] January meeting postponed to Jan 26th
andrea.cogliati at owasp.org
Fri Jan 9 11:13:43 EST 2009
January meeting has been postponed to January 26th, 6pm at Bryant &
Stratton College. We'll have a presentation about Secure Programming
Practices by Lou Leone, VP of Technology Development for UniteU
Technologies Inc. of Pittsford, NY
Title: Paranoid Programming Practices
"It’s not a matter of whether you’re paranoid or not.
It’s a matter of whether you’re paranoid enough."
- Unknown. (He wouldn’t give me his name…)
Abstract: This presentation provides an overview of Policy Frameworks
and their importance to formalizing secure programming practices
within a software development organization. It also covers the primary
elements of Secure Programming Practices including discussions on
attackers, tenants, architectures, and principles. This presentation
is focused towards OWASP and Payment Card Industries’ Data Security
Specification (PCI DSS) audiences and concludes with a review of the
“Top 10” vulnerabilities along OWASP classifications.
Presenter: Lou Leone
Lou Leone is a Cognitive Science graduate from the University of
Rochester. He is founder of Telperion Development Corp. and has
provided services for the utility and telecommunications industries
and for Rochester’s ever present Kodak and Xerox. He had a brief stint
as the VP of Technology for PaeTec Communications, Inc. and is
presently the VP of Technology Development for UniteU Technologies
Inc. Over years of personally writing vast swaths of absolutely
terrible code, he has developed a fine appreciation of the art of
software architecture and the beauty of implementation excellence.
Bring a friend!
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