[Owasp-sanantonio] OWASP June Meeting - Second notice
dan at denimgroup.com
Tue Jun 13 11:12:16 EDT 2006
Just a reminder that the June OWASP San Antonio meeting will be held at the San Antonio Technology Center Web Room at 11:30am on Wednesday June 21st. Feel free to invite anyone who you think might be interested. More information is at the bottom of this message.
Hope to see everyone there!
San Antonio OWASP Chapter: June 2006 Meeting
Topic: Commercial Cryptographic Transitions and Web Application Key Management
Presenter: Jeff Stapleton, CTO, Innove
Date: June 21st, 2006, 11:30am – 1:00pm
San Antonio Technology Center (Web Room)
3463 Magic Drive
San Antonio, TX 78229
Cryptography Transitions are defined as “Managing the passage from one cryptographic architecture to another in a methodical approach that is consistent with prudent business practices and security guidelines.” This talk will first discuss the technology issues that precipitate a transition; guiding principles to conduct a transition; the transition process itself; and briefly review several case studies. Next, the talk will introduce the ANSI accredited standards committee X9 that develops cryptography and security standards for the financial services industry. Finally, the talk will focus on applying cryptography in a Web application environment, the corresponding key management issues, review the Visa CISP requirements; and industry current practices (not so good), industry best practices (better), what industry should be doing.
Mr. Jeff Stapleton is the Chief Technology Officer and Chief Cryptographic Architect for Innové. He has over 20 years experience in the security, financial and healthcare industries at Citicorp, MasterCard International, RSA Security, KPMG LLP. His areas of expertise include payment systems, cryptography, PKI, biometrics, authentication and trusted time stamps. Jeff holds a Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in computer science from the Universities of Missouri, he was an instructor at Washington University (St. Louis) and is an adjunct professor at the University of Texas at San Antonio. He is a frequent speaker at various security conferences, including the RSA annual conference, Certicom Elliptical Curve Conference, Biometric Summit and CardTech/SecurTech.
Jeff has participated in the Accredited Standards Committee X9 for over 15 years on various US and ISO working groups. He has participated in the development of over a dozen X9 and ISO security standards and is chair of the X9F4 Cryptographic Protocols and Application Security working group. X9F4 developed several American National Standards including X9.84-2003 Biometric Information Management and Security and X9.95 Trusted Time Stamps; it is the US coordination group to the ISO TC68/2 WG10 working group developing ISO 19092 Financial – Biometrics and the WG14 working group developing ISO 22895 Secure Message Syntax.
Innové, headquartered in San Antonio, Texas, provides quality, high impact Information Technology (IT) security solutions for both Commercial and Government entities. Our desire is to help our clients sustain, modernize, and integrate more robust, cost effective IT security systems leveraging a base of information security talent and security systems know-how built on over a century of experience in security systems.
Sodas and snacks will be provided. Feel free to bring a brown-bag lunch.
Please RSVP: E-mail owasprsvp at denimgroup.com or call (210) 572-4400.
Dan Cornell, MCSD | Principal
3463 Magic Drive, Suite 315
San Antonio, Texas 78229
office 210.572.4400 x11
DENIM GROUP | Build Integrate Secure
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