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OWASP Global AppSec Asia Pacific 2011 - Beijing China
OWASP China-Mainland Chapter will host OWASP Global AppSec Asia 2011 in Beijing, China from Nov. 8 to Nov. 11, 2011. The summit will gather OWASP leaders, security experts, executives, technical thought leaders, developers, scientists and researchers from Asia and around the world for in-depth discussions of cutting-edge application security issues. The summit will draw participation from major Chinese and global organizations across various verticals including government, information technology, services and consulting, telecommunications, finance, e-commerce, Internet, universities and research institutes. About 800 people are expected to attend the summit, which will be covered by major news media. Panel discussions, vendor exhibit, and dinners will be held at the summit, providing sufficient networking opportunities.
Please use RegOnline link for your registration (English).
Who Should Attend OWASP Global AppSec Asia 2011:
- Application Developers
- Application Testers and Quality Assurance
- Application Project Management and Staff
- Chief Information Officers, Chief Information Security Officers, Chief Technology Officers, Deputies, Associates and Staff
- Chief Financial Officers, Auditors, and Staff Responsible for IT Security Oversight and Compliance
- Security Managers and Staff
- Executives, Managers, and Staff Responsible for IT Security Governance
- IT Professionals Interesting in Improving IT Security
For student discount, attendees must present proof of enrollment when picking up your badge.
| Manoranjan (Mano) Paul is founder and CEO of SecuRisk Solutions and Express Certifications, companies that specialize in security training, consulting and product development. His information security and software assurance experience includes designing and developing security programs from compliance-to-coding, security in the SDLC, writing secure code, risk management, security strategy, and security awareness training and education.
He is the author of the official (ISC)2 guide to the Certified Secure Software LifecycleProfessional (CSSLP) book (released June 2011) and has contributed to chapters in the Information Security Management Handbook. His has been interviewed and referenced in several articles including those in CIO.com. Mano has been featured in various domestic and international security conferences and is an invited speaker and panelist, delivering training, talks and keynotes in conferences such as the OWASP, ASIS, CSI, Catalyst, SC World Congress, (ISC)2 Security Congress, and TRISC.
| Cassio Goldschmidt is a globally recognized application security leader, and senior manager of the product security team at Symantec Corporation (a long time OWASP supporter). In this role Cassio leads the Symantec Product Security team with company-wide responsibility for product security assurance, vulnerability management, security development lifecycle implementation, and oversees the coordination of security certifications and training.
Cassio's contribution to OWASP include:
| Mr. Frank Fan was graduated from California State University as a Computer Science PhD.
With more than ten years of technical research and project management experience in world famous security companies, Mr. Frank Fan researched deeply about online security, database security and auditing and compliance( such as SOX, PCI, ISO17799/27001). Because of his successful technological innovation in information security, he become the first Chinese who made a speech in the World’s top security conference BLACKHAT and he has certificates such as CISSP, CISA, GCIH, GCIA, etc. Right now, Mr. Frank Fan is the vice president of OWASP China and member of 2008 Olympic Organizing Committee security group.
In Surname's Alphabetical Order
| Seba Deleersnyder, Managing Technical Consultant ICT Security at SAIT Zenitel.
As security project leader and information security officer for multiple customers Sebastien has build up extensive experience in Information Security related disciplines, both at strategic and tactical level. Sebastien specializes in (Web) Application Security,combining both his broad development and information security experience.
Seba is the Belgian OWASP Chapter Leader, member of the influential OWASP Foundation Board and performed several public presentations on Web Application and Web Services Security. He also co-organizes the yearly security & hacker BruCON conference and trainings in Brussels.
| Tobias Gondrom is Managing Director of an IT Security & Risk Management Advisory based in the United Kingdom and Germany. He has twelve years of experience in software development, application security, cryptography, electronic signatures and global standardisation organisations working for independent software vendors and large global corporations in the financial, technology and government sector, in America, EMEA and APAC. As the Global Head of the Security Team at Open Text (2005-2007) and from 2000-2004 as the lead of the Security Task Force at IXOS Software AG, he was responsible for security, risk and incident management and introduced and implemented a secure SDLC used globally by development departments in the US, Canada, UK and Germany.
Since 2003 he is the chair of working groups of the IETF (www.ietf.org) in the security area, member of the IETF security directorate, and since 2010 chair of the formed web security WG at the IETF, and a former chapter lead of the German OWASP chapter from 2007 to 2008 and board member of OWASP London. Tobias is the author of the international standards RFC 4998, RFC 6283 and co-author and contributor to a number of internet standards and papers on security and electronic signatures, as well as the co-author of the book „Secure Electronic Archiving“, and frequent presenter at conferences and publication of articles (e.g. AppSec, ISSE, Moderner Staat, IETF, VOI-booklet “Electronic Signature“, iX).
|Jianmeng Li（Jimmy）is a core member of security team in CISCO CSG. When graduated at 2011, Jimmy worked on the development of client and website for a foreign company. In 2004, he was dispatched to Japan for a year. Jimmy joined Huawei technologies Co., LTD when he came back and worked to develop mobile communication platform. Then Jimmy joined CISCO at 2006 and worked on the development of backend server of online products and application security field. He has rich developing experience on multi-language and multi-platform and is responsible for the training of C/C++ convention and skills. Currently Jimmy is focusing on Fuzz test and secure development.|
|Larry Man is a dynamic-leader in information security, with over 15 years experience in the field. He is Principle Consultant – SZBOWEB Company Limited which provides independent IT Security consulting to arrange of clients in China and Hong Kong. He is an expert in Data Security. He previously led a team in Ottawa Canada to create an embedded software system specialized in digital rights management. He is also the founder of Ironclad System, a software vendor in producing ERM systems. Larry used to work as a computer auditor of HSBC in HK. Larry was graduated from University of Manitoba with two degrees, one in Computer Science and one in Accounting & Finance. He also had a Master Degree in Engineering from CUHK. Larry is based in Hong Kong and has previously lived in Canada, US and China.|
Marco M. Morana
|Marco Morana is leader of the OWASP (Open Web Application Security Project) Cincinnati chapter, Ohio, USA and co-author of OWASP projects such as the secure coding guide and the testing guide. In his current position, Marco works as Sr. Technology Information Security Officer and Security Architect for Citigroup Global Consumer North America where his primary responsibility is security analysis and design review of financial based web applications including on-line banking. Prior to Citigroup, Marco worked for more than 15 years at different companies as software security consultant, security instructor, security application architect and security software engineer. Marco owns a Masters Degree in Computer Systems Engineering from Northwestern Polytechnic University and an Engineering Doctorate Degree (Dr. Ing.) in Mechanical Engineering from University of Padua.|
| Wenjun Wang is a tech lead and security architect in HP PPM R&D with 10 years experience in software development and 4 years’ in security architecture. He used to work in the PPM integration team, took the tech lead for PPM-EDS project, now he acts as the tech lead and scrum master for PPM-Mobility project. He had been working in HP for 4 years. Before joining HP, he worked in Wuerth Phoenix as a Java developer for an ERP system.
As a team leader of the localization of AntiSamy Java in OWASP China, Wenjun organized the training of Antisamy Java and won welcome from students for his understandable style of speech and humor. He holds a master degree in EE and a bachelor degree in Accounting of Shanghai Jiaotong University.
Daniel Ching Wa Ng
|NG, CHING WA (Daniel) started the career as computer programmer in 1990, and then progressing towards ICT Security, Computer Forensics, Financial Accounting and Auditing after millennium. Recently, he starts his PhD (Security & Forensics) in a UK reputable institute and The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, after earning a good stock options as a corporate director in a listed entity. His interest is Cyber Security, Health Informatics, FaceBook investigation, Digital Evidence standard for forensics laboratory, and Network Forensics. Professionally, he is a committee member HTCIA Asia Pacifc, Chairperson of Professional Internet Security Professional (HK/China), Founder of China PIS Alliance (C-PISA), Director of ISACA China, and Expert Advisor to HKSAR Legco Councillor Samson Tam, ISC2 CSSLP evangelist and authorized trainer. Under the strong influence of knowledge intensive works, Daniel branches into the topic of e-learning, in particular, mobile learning. This research is working with Malaysia Government MIMOS, the national organization for ontology and semantic web. Academically, Daniel is strong in Knowledge Management with a master degree graduated at GPA 3.8.|
|Jonathan Werrett is a Hong Kong based Senior Security Consultant with Trustwave's SpiderLabs. SpiderLabs is Trustwave's advanced security team focused on penetration testing,incident response, and application security. Over the past 10 years, Jonathan has worked in roles securing web infrastructure for a number of online start-ups, as well as providing web application testing and secure development consulting services to various international organizations.|
|Yuming Xia(Bruce), employee of Cisco System Inc., focusing on application security, including penetration testing and security solution development.Before joining Cisco, Bruce was a network analyzer for China Telecom. And as a main author for book “Software Quality Management” (Tsinghua University Press, 2007), he has lots of experience in quality assurance and security processes. After one year of technical study in San Jose (CA, USA) , he is fully skilled on security issue detection and solution development, and now acting as security owner for several large projects.|
Noa Bar Yosef
|Noa is a senior security strategist at Imperva. In this role Noa researches and analyzes the trends in the threat landscape. She is a frequent contributor to different security magazines, comments on security-breaking news, and is regularly invited to speak at industry events. Currently, Noa writes a bi-weekly column on hacker trends and techniques for SecurityWeek. Previously, she held the position of a senior security researcher for Imperva’s Application Defense Center. Noa holds a MSc degree (specializing in information security) from Tel-Aviv University.|
CFP and CFT
OWASP APPSEC ASIA 2011
CALL FOR Presentation
OWASP AppSec Asia 2011 Conference will be a major international forum for the presentation of research results, cutting-edge ideas and in-depth discussions in the field of application security. OWASP AppSec Asia 2011 Conference invites application security researchers, thought leaders and developers worldwide to submit papers for the opportunity of presenting to 800+ expected participants.
The topics we are seeking include, but are not limited to:
- Web Application Security
- Mobile Application Security
- Cloud Application Security
- Software and Architecture Patterns for Application Security
- Metrics for Application Security
- OWASP Tools and Projects
- Secure Coding Practices (J2EE/.NET)
- Application Security Testing
- New Attacks and Defense
- Other subjects related to OWASP and Application Security
To make a submission:
- Download and fill out the form available at https://www.owasp.org/images/d/d3/OWASP_AppSec_Asia_2011_CFP_v2.zip
- Submit the form through the Easychair conference web site at http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=GlobalAppSecAsia2011
Each talk should be limited to 40 minutes, followed by a 10 minute question session.
- Submission deadline: August 22, 2011.
- Notification of acceptance: September 9, 2011.
- Presentation slides due: October 21, 2011.
CALL FOR Training
OWASP AppSec Asia will begin with two days of training sessions on November 10th and 11th, 2011. Proposals are solicited for the training of either a one-day (6 hours plus breaks) or two-day sessions on all topics of application security with focus on secure application design and development, threat modeling and defense strategy, and secure application testing. Each training session should cover a single topic in detail in order to allow trainees to grasp practical understanding and basic skill in the subject. Submissions should include a cover sheet and an extended abstract. The cover sheet should specify:
- The title and length of the training;
- The intended audience and prerequisite knowledge or skills, if any;
- Complete contact information for the trainer; and
- Brief biography (max. 2 paragraphs) for the trainer. The extended abstract should be 1 to 2 pages, and should include an outline of the training plan, along with descriptions of the objectives and course materials.
Training proposals in PDF or Word format must be sent via email by August 22, 2011 to Jack Li ([email protected]). The submissions will undergo review and trainings will be selected by the OWASP AppSec Asia 2011 Conference Committee. Notifications will be sent out by September 9, 2011.
For more information, please see the following web pages:
Conference Website: https://www.owasp.org/index.php/OWASP_Global_AppSec_Asia_2011
OWASP Speaker Agreement: http://www.owasp.org/index.php/Speaker_Agreement OWASP Website: http://www.owasp.org Easychair conference site: https://www.easychair.org/account/signin.cgi?conf=apac2011 Presentation proposal form: https://www.owasp.org/images/b/b6/OWASP_AppSec_Asia_2011_CFP.zip
|08:00 – 09:00||Registration|
|09:00 – 09:15|| Rip, OWASP China (Language: Chinese)|
Opening Ceremony: Development of OWASP China
|09:15 – 09:30|| Sebastien Deleersnyder, OWASP Global Committee|
Opening Ceremony (Language: English)
|09:30 – 09:50|| Liping Ding (Language: Chinese) |
The Analysis of Hidden Communication Channels within Cloud Computing Environment
|09:50 – 10:30|| Manoranjan Paul (Language: English)|
Silver Lining in Dark Clouds: A Look at Cloud Computing Security
|10:30 – 11:00|| Frank Fan (Language: Chinese)|
Current Web Security and its' Future
|11:00 – 11:30|| Jonathan Werrett (Language: English)|
WAFs: Patch First, Ask Questions Later
|11:30 – 12:00|| Hanqing Wu (Language: Chinese)|
Flaws of Popular Application Applied Encryption Algorithms and the Corresponding Utilization"
|12:00 – 14:30||Lunch & Networking|
|14:30 – 15:10|| Cassio Goldschmidt' (Language: English)|
The Fundamental Approaches and Tools to Achieve Secured Development Life Cycle
|15:10 – 15:40|| Yuming Xia (Language: Chinese)|
Web2.0 Secure Coding Practice
|15:40 – 16:10|| Marco M. Morana & Wei Zhang (Language: Chinese)|
The Financial Industry Web Application Single Sign-On (SSO) Framework Design and Case Studies
|16:10 – 16:40|| Chenxi Liu (Language: Chinese)|
Security is Service
|16:40 – 17:10|| Noa Bar Yosef (Language: English)|
Hacking 2011：Lesson for 2012
|17:10 – 18:00||Exhibition of Internet Security Products|
|08:00 – 09:00||Registration|
|09:00 – 09:30|| Wenju Wang (Language: Chinese)|
The XSS Detection and Defense Techniques and Case Studies
|09:30 – 10:00|| Larry Man (Language: Chinese)|
Data Control: Improve Database Security through Vulnerability Management
|10:00 – 10:30|| Daniel Ng (Language: Chinese)|
Beefing up Cloud Application through Genetic Network Coding
|10:30 – 11:00|| Dr. Meng-Chow Kang (Language: Chinese)|
Overview of ISO/IEC 27034 - the Application Security Standards
|11:00 – 11:30|| Jianmeng Li (Language: Chinese)|
Secure C Function: The Lightweight Solution for Buffer Overflow
|11:30 – 12:00|| Langyu Hu (Language: Chinese)|
|12:00 – 15:00||Lunch & Networking|
|15:00 – 15:30|| Chenming Zhong (Language: Chinese)|
Overview of Website Security
|15:30 – 16:00|| Tony (Language: Chinese)|
2011 Application Security with 0-Day Vulnerability Analysis
|16:00 – 16:15||Lucky Draw|
|16:15 – 16:45|| Yongbo Liu (Language: Chinese)|
The Challenges of China's Post Information Security Era
|16:45 – 17:15|| Dr. Jianchun Jiang (Language: Chinese)|
NSACE - The Network Security Capability Oriented Training and Certificates
|17:15 – 17:45|| |
Future Plan of OWASP China and Release of WAF Testing Benchmark
|17:45 – 18:00||Closing|
|08:00 – 12:00|| Tobias Gondrom |
OWASP for CISO and senior managers
|14:00 – 18:00|| Wei Zhang|
Secured Framework Design for Online Banking System
|14:00 – 18:00|| Tony |
Application Security Training
|08:00 – 12:00|| Wenjun Wang |
OWASP Top 10 and Countermeasures
|14:00 – 18:00|| Jianmeng Li|
Secure Way of Development - Resolving and Preventing Security Vulnerabilities from Origin
We are still soliciting sponsors for the OWASP Global AppSec Asia 2011. An exhibit hall will be held for vendor booths and presentations.
More than 500 people attended the OWASP China conference last year. As a sponsor, you will gain exclusive access to companies in Asia through a limited number of expo floor slots.
New in 2011, we are offering exclusive Global AppSec Sponsorships to provide additional benefits and streamline the planning process for our most supportive organizations.
Please contact us directly if you have any related question.
To find out more about the different sponsorship opportunities please check the document below:
Members (in alphabetical order)
- Frank Fan 范渊
- Helen Gao 高雯
- Jianchun Jiang 蒋建春
- Jack Li 李江宏
- Rip Torn 万振華
- Jie Wang 王颉
- Ivy Zhang 张平
- Zhendong Yu 于振东
The registration is fee for OWASP members. To become a member, just click here. If you are located in the Asia Pacific region, then you may qualify for a reduced membership fee. Please contact your local chapters for details.
Please check the local hotel website for detail information.
Beijing International Convention Center
No 8 Beichen Dong Road Chaoyang District, Beijing China 100101
Attendees can enjoy preferred rates in following hotels. Please send email to Ivy before Sep 30th, 2011 and reservation is subject to our confirmation. Hotels will not reserve rooms with preferential prices for us.
Add:No.8 Beichen Dong Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing P. R. China 100101
Price for advanced Rooms: RMB 620/day (include Chinese-style breakfast)(Four star)
2. Aoyou Hotel Address: No. 8 North Star East Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing ( 10 minutes walk to conference center)
single room: RMB 240(including Breakfast), Double room: RMB 320(including breakfast).
How to obtain a visa for the event
- Invitation letter will be sent out for overseas attendees after registration.
- For detailed information on obtaining a business visa for this event, please refer to Chinese embassy
Chapter Leader Workshop
What is the Chapter Leader Workshop?
On Wednesday, November 9, 2011 at 2:30pm-5:30pm the Global Chapter Committee is organizing a chapter leader workshop for all the chapter leaders that attend the conference. Please note that this Workshop will take place on the day before the Conference starts.
Items that will be discussed are:
- How to improve the current Chapter Leader Handbook?
- How to start and support new chapters within the Asia/Pacific region?
- How to support inactive chapters in the Asia/Pacific region?
- What Governance model is required for OWASP chapters?
- How can the Global Chapters Committee facilitate the Asian OWASP chapters?
Additionally we hope to make time and space available to do hands-on work revising the Chapter Leader Handbook, details TBA.
Funding to Attend the Workshop
Funding for your attendance to the workshop should be worked out in the following order.
- Ask your employer to fund your trip to AppSec Asia conference.
- Utilize your chapter funds.
- Ask the chapter committee for funding assistance.
While we wish we could fund every chapter leader, due to the limited amount of budget allocated for this event, we may not be able to fund 100% to all the requests. After September 15, we will make funding decision in a fair and transparent manner. When you apply for funding, please highlight your past contributions to OWASP and your future plans for the local chapter and OWASP.
RSVP and Details
To RSVP and view more details about the Workshop, go to the OWASP Global AppSec Asia 2011 chapters workshop agenda.