[Owasp-sanantonio] Keith Turpin speaking about Secure Coding Practices for 2012

Dan Cornell dan at denimgroup.com
Tue Apr 10 17:51:16 UTC 2012


Just had a question about the chapter meeting being open to non-members. The answer is a resounding YES. Everyone is welcome and chapter meetings are free and open to all. Bring a friend!



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On Apr 10, 2012, at 9:06 AM, "Dan Cornell" <dan at denimgroup.com> wrote:

> All:
> The next OWASP San Antonio meeting will be next Wednesday April 18th.
> We'll be back at the normal location (San Antonio Technology Center Web
> Room) Same time as always - 11:30am - and FREE LUNCH WILL BE PROVIDED!
> This time we're very fortunate to have Keith Turpin down from Seattle to
> talk about his OWASP project "Secure Coding Practices Quick Reference
> Guide" This is a great resource and Wednesday's meeting is a great
> opportunity to hear the project lead talk about everything he's done.
> If you're a developer - bring a security person. If you're a security
> person - bring a developer. Hope to see folks there!
> Thanks,
> Dan
> =========
> San Antonio OWASP Chapter: Wednesday, April 18, 2012
> Topic: Secure Coding Practices for 2012
> Presenter: Keith Turpin
> Date: Wednesday, April 18, 2012
> Time: 11:30am-1:00pm
> Location: San Antonio Technology Center (Web Room)
> 3463 Magic Drive
> San Antonio, TX 78229
> http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=en&q=3463+Magic+Drive,+San+Antonio,+TX+7
> 8229
> Abstract:
> Keith Turpin will present OWASP's "The Secure Coding Practices Quick
> Reference Guide." The guide is a technology agnostic set of software
> security coding practices, in a comprehensive checklist format, that can
> be integrated into the development life-cycle. At only 17 pages long, it
> is easy for development teams to read and use. The coding practices are
> mapped to functional requirements, so you can quickly locate the practices
> you need. It also provides a brief introduction to security principles and
> vocabulary to help developers and security folks get on the same page, but
> the focus is on requirements not vulnerabilities or exploits. This
> presentation will provide an overview of the guide and discuss some
> concepts about how to use it. Keith will cover the guide as well as the
> direction of the project for 2012, and alignment with integrating
> components of the guide with an organizations application security policy.
> Presenter Bio:
> Keith Turpin, CISSP, CSSLP, CRISC, leads Boeing¹s enterprise application
> security assessment team. He previously served as the lead IT security
> advisor for all of Boeing¹s international operations.
> Keith is a member of the (ISC)2 Application Security Advisory Board and
> has served as a U.S. delegate to the International Standards
> Organization's (ISO) sub-committee on cyber security. He is the project
> leader for the OWASP Secure Coding Practices Quick Reference Guide and is
> a member of the OWASP Global Projects Committee. He also spent four years
> as the Director of Communication for the Seattle chapter of the
> Information Systems Security Association.
> He is a frequent speaker at conferences, professional organizations and
> corporations on a variety of security topics and in his spare time he is
> the director of a nationally recognized intercollegiate engineering
> competition.
> Keith holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering and MS in Computer Systems.
> Lunch will be provided.
> Please RSVP: E-mail owasprsvp at denimgroup.com or call (210) 572-4400.

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