November 14, 2012 – Security in your SDLC

Abstract:
Security is a pressing issue for any software development team.  However it is often unclear, external, undefined, and reactive.  This talk will cover a variety of tools, techniques, practices, and compromises that you can take to better meet security needs and compliance in your SDLC.

Sub topics will include:
- Common security requirements (OWASP Top 10, SANS Top 25, etc)
- Static & dynamic analysis tools
- Integration of security in to SDLC
- Security Design Reviews & Assessments

Speaker:
Bankim Tejani is the Senior Security Architect at ServiceMesh in Austin, TX.  His origins in this domain began with a childhood hobby of programming, and a college hobby of security.  He has developed software in a variety of languages including Fortran, C/C++, Java, and .NET.  He jumped into information security 10 years ago, and has conducted both security research and assessments.  He spent much of the last 5 years advising companies and government agencies on integrating static analysis into their SDLCs.  Bankim is an active member of the Austin OWASP chapter.

Location:
THE ADVISORY BOARD – BUILDING 7 (map)
Room Number: Suite 100
12357-C Riata Trace Parkway
Bldg 7, Suite 100
Austin,  Texas
United States 78727

Meeting Agenda:
6:30 p.m. Networking and Gathering
7:00 p.m. Call to Order, Announcement
7:15 p.m. Presentation, with Q/A
8:45 p.m. Meeting Evaluation, Adjourn