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Minneapolis St Paul
- 1 NEWS - OWASP becomes an affiliate of UMSA in support of the Secure 360 conference.
- 2 Videos:
- 3 Upcoming Speakers:
- 4 Thanks
- 5 Next meeting: Monday June 16th at 6:00 pm
- 6 Other Industry Events:
NEWS - OWASP becomes an affiliate of UMSA in support of the Secure 360 conference.
Secure360°™ is an annual conference providing high quality educational sessions and networking opportunities while working to identify developing trends in risk management, physical security, governance, audit, information security, contingency planning and human capital. As the host of Secure360°, UMSA strives to provide expert speakers, informative educational sessions and a wide range of exhibits for the collective membership and resources of individual associations, supplier partners and general public. (See the Members & Affiliates page for further information.) http://www.secure360.org/index.html
I uploaded the videos and I will follow up with their presentations soon. I apologize for the delay. The video and sound quality is not the best but works. You can get to both videos here: https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Category:OWASP_Video#Videos
Tony Stieber from Wells Fargo will be speaking on Encryption on June 16. See announcement below.
Gunnar Peterson will be presenting "Breaking Web Services."
Andrew can der Stock has agreed to visit our chapter and discuss the new Enterprise Security API. We do not have an exact day yet, as soon us we get one I will let the members know.
Thanks to NetSpi for providing Coffee and Cookies for this event. If your organization would like to sponsor the book give-away or refreshments please contact Lorna Alamri at 651-259-1001.
Next meeting: Monday June 16th at 6:00 pm
Tony Stieber – How NOT to Implement Encryption for the OWASP Top 10
How NOT to implement encryption for the OWASP Top Ten. Three out of the ten items in the OWASP Top Ten are related to encryption. These items, A7, A8, and A9, are merely misuse or non-use of well-known and readily available tools. Best practices will be explained and illustrated with counter-examples with the goal of explaining how web applications and cryptography meet.
Tony Stieber has been working in the information security industry for over 12 years, with 8 of those years in the Fortune 100. His past experience includes mainframes, supercomputers, military and commercial firewalls, medical diagnostic systems, dot com ventures, retail environments, large financial systems, and cryptology.
Time: 6:00 p.m.
Minneapolis Community and Technical College 1501 Hennepin Ave, Minneapolis Whitney Center, Room L3100 (3rd Floor)
6:00 pm - Introduction and Optional sign-in for CISSP credits 6:10 pm - Welcome: OWASP chapter updates (Kuai Hinojosa) 6:20 pm – Encryption (Tony Stieber) 7:55 pm – break 8:05 pm – Book Giveaway 8:10 pm - Upcoming Events reminder and meeting wrap – up
Map / Directions
According to the information, people park in the ramp (R) - move through the T building (T) and go to Whitney Hall (L).
Meeting Sponsor: Integral Business Solutions
Other Industry Events:
Don't forget to register! Secure 360 is an annual conference providing high quality educational sessions and networking opportunities while working to identify developing trends in risk management, physical security, governance, audit, information security, contingency planning and human capital. Robert Hansen, Rohyt Belani, Robert Sullivan, Joe Teff and Kuai Hinojosa will all be speaking. OWASP will have a booth at the event where we will be showing demos of some of the OWASP projects. Make sure you stop by and say hi! http://www.secure360.org/
Security & Open Source Symposium For a growing number of organizations, both large and small, open source applications are accepted and well integrated components of their overall enterprise framework. Apache, Open SSL, Syslog, Nessus, Linux, MySQL, JBoss and many others are used in tandem with commercial and proprietary products to create an enterprise environment tailored to business needs. But what are the security implications within a mixed and often complex environment? And how can open source tools help manage and mitigate risks that arise from the nature of the environment itself as well as from external threats? The SOS symposium will address the identification and alleviation of security risks for enterprise users, as well as implementation of key open source tools used for security functions. Through a combination of overview presentations, informative educational sessions, open source product demonstrations and participant interaction, those who attend will gain a better understanding of the secure use of, and security provided by, open source applications. http://www.strategicit.org/secureos.shtml
MN ISACA- Will be having thier annual meeting and boat cruise May 21st. http://www.mnisaca.org/events.htm
MN ISSA- Meets on Tuesday July 15th at the Four Points Sheraton, 1330 Industrial Blvd. Mpls, MN. For more information on speakers and topics. http://www.mn-issa.org/html/chaptermeetings.html
TCJUG (Twin Cities Java Users Group) Meets May 21st. Josh Reed from Andrill will be speaking on Eclipse RCP Application and working in Antarctica. http://www.intertechtraining.com/UserGroups/JavaUserGroup.aspx