[Owasp-rochester-announce] Information & Data Security Summit to be held in Rochester, NY

Andrea Cogliati andrea.cogliati at owasp.org
Wed Sep 9 13:05:22 EDT 2009


INFORMATION & DATA SECURITY SUMMIT TO BE HELD IN ROCHESTER NY

The Rochester (NY) Chapter of the Information Systems Security
Association (ISSA) and the Rochester OWASP Chapter are pleased to 
announce the 4th Annual Security Summit will be held Wednesday October 
28 and Thursday October 29, 2009 at Woodcliff Hotel and Spa Conference 
Center, Fairport, NY.  The conference will be held 8:00 to 5:00 each day.

This year's theme is "Security Insight."     The 2009 Keynotes will be
"The Bad Guys Are Winning: So Now What?" by Ed Skoudis, Senior Security
Analyst with InGuardians and SANS Instructor and "Zen & The Art Of An
Internal Penetration Testing Program" by Larry Pesce, CCNA, GCFA Silver,
GAWN Gold, Information Systems Security, Disaster Recovery and Identity
Management at a mid-sized healthcare organization in New England and
co-host for Pauldotcom.

The Rochester Security Summit will feature educational tracks including:

1. Business Professional Track - The Security for Business Professional
Track is designed to help the business professional understand the
security issues and how they impact both their daily lives and their
business. It will feature topics that are vital for business
professionals to understand such as: Legal Compliance issues, Disaster
Recovery/Business Continuity and Payment Card Industry standards.

2. Technical Professional Track - The Technical Professional track is
designed for IT technical specialists.   Topics include VoIP security,
technical security standards, as well as more advanced technical topics
such as intrusion detection, forensics, preserving digital evidence,
incident handling, identity theft techniques and hacker techniques.

3. Software Security Track - The Software Security Track is targeted to
Software Architects and Developers and focuses on improving the security
of software developed in-house by companies and organizations.  It will
discuss most common design and implementation flaws in applications,
security patterns and libraries and framework to develop more secure code.

4. Seminars and Training (NEW! for 2009)

5. Exhibit Area

6. “Capture the Flag” Event co-hosted with Rochester Institute of
Technology (RIT) SPARSA student security group. (NEW for 2009!)

Cost $120.  ISSA members 10% discount.  Early bird discount before
September 30.  Attendees eligible for up to 12 CPEs.   For details and
registration go to www.rochestersecurity.org.



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