[Owasp-twincities] Big STRIDE to 2010: 12/14/2009 Robert Zigweid - Threat Modeling - Registration
adam.baso at owasp.org
Thu Dec 3 22:48:46 EST 2009
Greetings, OWASPians! It's been a great 2009, and we're happy to announce one more presentation before the holiday break.
OWASP MSP 12/14 - Robert Zigweid - Threat Modeling: Learn to Optimize Your Security Budget
Robert Zigweid of IOActive will be delivering the last OWASP MSP presentation of 2009 on December 14, 2009 on the topic of threat modeling at the UAW-Ford-MnSCU Training Center in the Highland Park neighborhood of Saint Paul.
REGISTER NOW at http://owaspmsp20091214chaptermeeting.eventbrite.com/
Date: December 14th, 2009
Location / Venue Sponsor: UAW-Ford-MnSCU Training Center, 966 S Mississippi River Blvd, Saint Paul MN 55116
Map and Directions: Google Maps
5:30 PM Room opens for networking
6:00 PM Welcome: OWASP chapter updates
6:30 PM Robert Zigweid - Threat Modeling: Learn to Optimize Your Security Budget
8:00 PM Upcoming events reminder and meeting wrap-up
Thank You: Center for Strategic IT & Security for sponsoring our meeting location. Please contact Lorna at lorna.alamri at owasp.org or 651-338-0243 if you would like to sponsor a meeting or meeting location for an upcoming OWASP meeting.
Robert will be speaking on the critical area of threat modeling within a secure development lifecycle. He will discuss the pros and cons of a variety of approaches including the threat modeling in the Microsoft SDL and the STRIDE approach to threat modeling.
Robert Zigweid is an accomplished developer and application tester with advanced skills in the creation and analysis of systems architecture and threat modeling. As a Senior Security Consultant at IOActive, he works with clients to discover and solve network and application problems that threaten their business goals and assets. In addition to his direct efforts on penetration tests, security reviews, and network and application audits, Zigweid contributes to the advancement of more stable, secure systems through his research and development. He was a co-founder of OSJava, is working on a JDBC driver and more robust Java class loader, and has conducted groundbreaking research that will further the formal understanding of application and network security for audiences at varying levels of technical fluency.
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