OWASP AppSec Asia 2007
- 1 The Official OWASP Asia Conference 2007 (OWASP Asia 2007)
- 1.1 Opening Keynote
- 1.2 Opening Remark
- 1.3 Talk Session I: Changing Faces in Web Attacks
- 1.4 Talk Session II: Current Best Practices and Solutions
- 1.5 Free Registration
- 1.6 Venue
The Official OWASP Asia Conference 2007 (OWASP Asia 2007)
Wayne Huang (Chair, OWASP Taiwan Chapter) (1:30pm-1:40pm)
Bio: Wayne Huang is first author of two award-winning security papers in the International WWW Conference (2003, 2004) and the co-author of "Computer Security in the 21st Century". Wayne is the founder and CEO of Armorize Technologies. He received the Microsoft Research Fellowship in 2005. He is a Ph.D. candidate at EE, National Taiwan University. He was the first author of many well-cited papers on web application security.
Dr. Ching-Chi Hsu (Vice President, III Taiwan) (1:40pm-1:50pm)
Bio: Dr. Hsu was a professor of the Department of Information Engineering of National Taiwan University for several years and became the Chairman of the Department in 2000. After over 25 years serving at National Taiwan University, Dr. Hsu was promoted as the President of Kai Nan University. Nowadays, Dr. Hsu is the Executive Vice President of the Institute for Information Industry, which provides the innovative R&D, software technologies and interoperability standards for Taiwan ICT industries on fostering development of the ICT industry.
Talk Session I: Changing Faces in Web Attacks
Jeremiah Grossman (Founder and CTO, WhiteHat Security) (2:00pm-2:30pm)
Talk Title: The Next Challenge to Web Security: Business Logic Flaws
Previous Talks:BlackHat Briefings, Defcon, ISACA, CSI, OWASP, Vanguard, ISSA
Daniel Hsu (Director, Global Security, American Express) (2:30pm-3:00pm)
Talk Title: From a user perspective, what are CSOs' real concerns?
Previous Talks: Asia Security Weeks, SecuTech Expo
Jack Yu (Editor-In-Chief, InfoSecurity Magazine Taiwan) (3:00pm-3:30pm)
Talk Title: Live in Battle: The NetArmy and Cross-Straight Digital Warfare
Talk Session II: Current Best Practices and Solutions
Mike Shema (Lead Security Researcher, Qualys) (4:00pm-4:30pm)
Talk Title: Automated Tools: Are They Any Good for Enterprises?
Previous Talks:BlackHat 2004, RSA 2005, IT Underground 2006, and SACIS 2007. Training at BlackHat conferences in the U.S. and Europe
Publications:Author of 9 best-selling books
Bio: Mr. Shema is the co-author of Hacking Exposed: Web Applications, The Anti-Hacker Toolkit, and the author of Hack Notes: Web Application Security. Mr. Shema worked for several years as a consultant and trainer at Foundstone where he conducted information security assessments across a variety of technologies and industries. He also worked at NT Objectives to develop assessment and mitigation strategies for all aspects of web application security. While his security background ranges across network penetration testing, wireless auditing, code review, and training, Mr. Shema primarily focuses on web application security. Mr. Shema is currently employed by Qualys, developing tools that automate the web application audit process.
Wayne Huang, (Founder and CEO, Armorize Technologies)(4:30pm-5:00pm)
Talk Title: Secure Web Developing using Static Analysis
Previous Talks: RSA, ACM/W3C WWW, IEEE DSN, IEEE ISSRE, Hacks in Taiwan
Publications: Security in the 21st Century, Several IEEE/ACM papers
簡介: Wayne Huang is first author of two award-winning security papers in the International WWW Conference (2003, 2004) and the co-author of "Computer Security in the 21st Century". Wayne is the founder and CEO of Armorize Technologies. He received the Microsoft Research Fellowship in 2005. He is a Ph.D. candidate at EE, National Taiwan University. He was the first author of many well-cited papers on web application security.
Round Table Panel Discussion (5:00pm-5:30pm)
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NTUH International Convention Center, Taipei, Taiwan