OWASP Chapter Meeting in Redwood City Hosted by Evernote
Thursday, May 8, 2014 from 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM (PDT)
Redwood City, CA
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
5:30-6:15 pm - Networking with Drinks & Food
6:15-6:45 : Speaker Presentation
7:00-7:30 : Speaker Presentation
7:30-8:00 : More food, drink, and security "hallway con"
- Arshad Noor - CTO, StrongAuth
- Rich Tener - Director of Security, Evernote
Arshad is the CTO of StrongAuth, Inc., an Enterprise Key Management solutions provider since 2001. He is the creator of the industry's first open-source enterprise key-management software (StrongKey) and a contributor of FOSS-crypto-tools (CSRTool, CryptoEngine) over the years. He is a prolific writer and speaker on the subject of data-security. More details on Arshad are available at linkedin.com
Can you do cryptographic key-management in the public cloud? (No, you can't). Can you host web-applications in the public cloud without userid/passwords to your application, or without SSL/TLS? (Yes, you can). Is there a better way of designing your web-applications so you can use public clouds safely while complying with data-security regulations anywhere? (Yes, there is).
Rich is a security practitioner with experience in a wide range of security disciplines. He's helped companies assess security weaknesses and materialize risk on the offensive side and build and execute programs to protect on the defensive side. He drives practical, effective security guidance that balances business needs with mitigating risk. He's held roles and demonstrated success ranging from deeply technical as an individual contributor to highly strategic in senior management. more info on linkedin.com
Rich will talk about the evolution of security at a startup and lessons learned when building a security team from the ground up.
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