OWASP Mobile Security Day 30th August
Saturday, 30 August 2014 from 09:30 to 18:00 (IST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
I’m happy to announce that we will be hosting our next OWASP Dublin https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Ireland-Dublin chapter event in the Morgan McKinley Dublin office on Saturday 30th August 2014 from 09:30-18:00.
The day will comprise of 3-4 speakers focusing on areas within Mobile Security followed by a Mobile/ Web Security Capture the Flag (CTF). Already confirmed for the day we have;
Eoin Keary – BCC Risk Advisory – (http://ie.linkedin.com/in/eoinkeary)
OWASP board member since 2009. Elected to position of global Vice Chair, September 2011. A long-time member of OWASP. Based in Dublin and director of BCC Risk Advisory Ltd. Eoin Keary has been with OWASP since 2004. He is based in Ireland and runs a software security practice, bccriskadvisory.com. He is currently on the global board of the OWASP foundation, he was elected to the board in 2009. During this time Eoin assisted in founding the OWASP legal entity in Europe and has helped provide structure to OWASPs finances and strategy.
Giuliano Fasto – Espion – (uk.linkedin.com/in/giulianofasto)
Giuliano Fasto is a Security Consultant with more than six years of experience in the IT Security field. He has worked as a Security Consultant and Penetration Tester for well-respected security companies in Italy, the UK and Ireland. His academic background includes a BSc in IT Security and an MSc in Information Security and Audit. While he has a wide-ranging experience in penetration testing various systems and technologies, in recent years he has specialised in mobile application security testing, particularly on Android and iOS platforms. He is currently the lead mobile application tester at Espion.
Cathal McDaid – AdaptiveMobile - (http://ie.linkedin.com/pub/cathal-mc-daid/3/5b2/b77)
Cathal Mc Daid is Head of Data intelligence & Analytics in Adaptivemobile, and is responsible for a team dedicated to analysing and uncovering new threats to mobile operators and subscribers, using advanced ‘big data’ techniques. Cathal has 14 years experience in telecoms and wireless. Currently he is also Chairman of the GSMA’s Mobile Malware Group - who coordinates the world's response to mobile malware. His academic background includes a BEng in Computer Engineering from UL and an Executive MBA from INSEAD.
Mark denihan & Sean Duggan – IBM – (ie.linkedin.com/in/markdenihan , ie.linkedin.com/in/seankduggan )
Mark is currently working on the IBM Ethical Hacking Team, the OWASP Dublin Board and founded of the OWASP Security Shepherd Project. He got his MSc in Information Security and Digital Forensics in the ITB and a BSc in Computing in the DIT. He also suffers from a love of caffeine and deep paranoia thanks to his extreme security enthusiasm.
Sean has a BSc Computing from Dublin Institute of Technology, currently working in IBM with a passion for Android App Security and Development. He developed an interest in Mobile Application Security after reading about the OWASP Mobile Top Ten Risks in 2012 and have since been keeping up to date with Mobile App Issues. Sean leads the development of the mobile components in the OWASP Security Shepherd project.
Format for the day will be
9:30-10.00 -- Registration/ Networking
10:00-11:00 -- Speaker 1 50-55mins Talk
11:00-12:00 --Speaker 2 50-55mins Talk
12:00-1:00 -- Speaker 3 50-55mins Talk
1:00-1:50 --Lunch - There will be pizza thanks to BCC Risk Advisory (http://www.bccriskadvisory.com/) /edgescan (https://www.edgescan.com/)
2:00-6:00 -- Mobile Shepherd talk leading into CTF
Any questions please contact me on owen.pendlebury(at)owasp.org
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