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Sealed-Air Corporate

2415 Cascade Pointe Boulevard

Charlotte, NC 28208

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Event Details: Please join Charlotte ISSA, NowSecure and Sonatype for a pre-summer workshop featuring Mobile and Opensource security topics.

The event will be hosted at Sealed-Air’s Pavillion (location information below) on June 20th, 2019. The event registration will begin at 12:00PM and catered lunch for attendees, with the workshop beginning promptly at 12:30PM and will conclude after final Q&A at 4:00PM.

When – June 20, 2019

Where – Sealed-Air

Cost

Member – Free

Non-Member - $20


Schedule

12:00PM – 12:30PM – Registration and Catered Lunch Begins

12:30PM – 2:30 - Building a Mobile App Pen Testing Blueprint

2:45PM – 4:30PM - Open Source Application Security

Topics & Speakers

First Abstract: Building a Mobile App Pen Testing Blueprint

Mobile penetration testing helps uncover app exploits and vulnerabilities and is a crucial component of risk assessment. However, many people fear the complexity and don’t know where to start. As many security professionals expand their knowledge, they find mobile app testing to be an entirely new craft from traditional web testing. It all begins with a solid plan of attack. Tony Ramirez will walk you through the methodology that goes into a mobile application pen-test, and share some tales from the trenches.

Second Abstract: Open Source Application Security

The modern day application consists of approximately 80% open source code. In 2017 there were 87 Billion Downloads from The Central Repository (the largest open source Java repository in the world). 1 in 8 of those open source libraries contain a known security vulnerability. Known vulnerabilities in open source are widely exploited as an attack vector and lead to well document breaches such as the one that hit Equifax in 2017 (Apache Struts 2 Rest API library).

Cyber Security crime costs the global economy $450 billion in 2016. This eclipsed the entire illicit drug trade, which cost the global economy $430 billion.

As the numbers of breaches continue to rise, DevOps organizations are making investments to better protect themselves by doing more than just building stronger castle walls. In this session, learn how organizations are taking steps to integrate and automate security across the development lifecycle to build quality into their software.

Speaker Bios:

Tony Ramirez, Mobile Security Analyst, NowSecure

As mobile security analyst at NowSecure, Tony Ramirez consults with customers and performs mobile app penetration testing of iOS and Android apps as part of the NowSecure Services team. Tony holds a master’s degree in cyber forensics and security from Illinois Institute of Technology.

Maury Cupitt, Sales Engineer, Sonatype

Maury Cupitt has spent the last 20+ years in enterprise software working with early stage startups and large enterprises to help position the value of their technology and make customers successful. He’s worked at Netscape, AvantGo, Tasktop, CA Technologies and BlueStripe working with customers to solve challenges and advise on strategic solutions. Maury is has an entrepreneurial spirit, enjoys wearing many hats and has a passion for making software work better. Outside of software, Maury has worked on Broadway, is a pilot, enjoys amateur radio, tinkers with Raspberry Pi’s, teaches shooting sports, and loves DIY projects at home.

PARKING & REGISTRATION:

  • We’ve provided a map below with guidance on navigating the campus once you arrive.
  • When you enter the campus from West Tyvola Road, follow the red line marked on attached map to park in Parking Deck 1 (Marked with the Red A), or if full, proceed to Parking Deck 2.
  • You can park on either the upper or lower decks, but please ensure you back your vehicle into your parking space.
  • From either parking deck, proceed to Building A (Marked with Blue B) to sign in and get your visitors badge.
  • From here a member of the Corporate Information Security team will direct you to our Pavilion (Marked with the Black C) where the meeting will be held.



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