Friday, January 31, 2014

Training and Conference Program

Remind to REGISTER !


TRAINING SESSISONS


Monday and Tuesday, March 17th - 18th

  • Mobile Security: Securing Mobile Devices & Applications. Dave Wichers [ENGLISH] 

Monday, March 17th

  • Secure Web Development. Jerry Hoff  [ENGLISH]
  • Hands on Simple method of the penetration testing using OWASP ZAP. Minoru Sakai [JAPANESE]

Tuesday, March 18th

  • CISO training: Managing Web & Application Security – OWASP for senior managers. Tobias Gondrom [ENGLISH]
  • Developer Security Training. Jim Manico [ENGLISH] *free training*

CONFERENCE SESSIONS

All conference sessions will be translated into English or Japanese.

Wednesday, March 19th

PLENARY SESSIONS:
  • Welcome Address and Openening Remarks. Riotaro Okada & Tobais Gondrom
  •  KEYNOTE. Suguru Yamaguchi
  •  KEYNOTE. Dave Wichers
TRACK A:
  • The OWASP Proactive Controls. Jim Manico
  • OWASP documents for every peopleChia-Lung Albert Hsieh
  • 12 Case Studies for the Access Controls of Web Application. Takashi Honda
  • Get Ready for the Next Big Wave of Attacks: Hacking of Leading CMS Systems. Helen Bravo, Sanjay Agnani
TRACK B:
  • Why OWASP AppSensor is the future of Application Security, and why you should be using it. Dennis Groves
  • Inside Story of the first SaaS type WAF Service. Kana Toko
  • The Art and Science of Configuring SSL. Nick Galbreath
  • Bad Web Apps are Good – The Broken Web Application Project. Mordecai Kraushar
TRACK C:
  • Women in AppSec
  • OWASP Japan
  • The fact report of attack traffic on the Internet. Makoto Niimura
  • The investigation of Web Application Vulnerabilities in Japan. Koki Takahashi

Thursday, March 20th

PLENARY SESSIONS:
  • 1 user, 10 places, 100 seconds. Matias Madou
  • DevOps. Dave Wichers
  • KEYNOTE  Michael Coates
  • Closing Remarks. Tobias Gondrom & Riotaro Okada
TRACK A:
  • eXtend Security on Xcode. Tokuji Akamine, Raymund Pedraita
  • Getting a handle on mobile security. Jerry Hoff
  • Preinstalled Android application poisoning. Yoshitaka Kato
TRACK B:
  • HTML 5 Security for Web Application Development. Yoshinori Matsumoto
  • XSS Allstars from Japan. Yosuke Hasegawa, Masato Kinugawa, Mala
  • Secure Escaping method for the age of HTML 5. Yoshinori Takesako
TRACK C:
  • Management for Security Life Cycle. Shoji Ito
  • How to choose (or write) your own source code scanner. Yu-Lu “Chris” Liu
  • Open Mic Session




We are looking forward to seeing you in Tokyo!



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