What: A half-day event by the Pune (Microsoft Technologies) User Group (PUG) on security issues in safeguarding your applications
When: Saturday, 28th February, 9:45am-3:30pm
Where: Kalpa Banquet and Party Hall, E-101, Kumar Business Court, near SKC Mall, Mukundnagar, Pune
Registration and Fees: This event is free for all. Register here.
Details – Safeguarding your applications
Fundamentals of Security: 40 Minutes
Common attack patterns, data classification, and security data in storage/in transit
Authentication: 40 Minutes
HTTP Basic/Digest/Kerberos, forms authentication, and .NET framework identities and principles
Authorization: 40 minutes
Common authorization techniques, principles of least privilege net role based security, and code access security
Input Handling: 120 Minutes
Cross-site scripting (XSS), persistent XSS, non-persistent XSS, SQL injection, one-click attacks, XML and XPATH injection, canonicalization issues, file upload/creation, and exception management
Logging & Auditing: 20 minutes
Q&A: 30 Minutes
About the Speaker – Sachin Rawat
Sachin Rawat is the co-founder of Crypsis, which offers consulting and training in the field of Information Security, Hi-Performance Computing (CUDA) and Software Development. Crypsis has offerings built around Microsoft’s Security Development Lifecycle which includes Threat Modeling, Design Review, Code Review, Deployment Review and Pen-testing. Crypsis offers Vulnerability Assessment and Security Audit Services for the IT infrastructure of organizations and is developing a product addressing visual media piracy detection.
Sachin has earlier worked as a Security Engineer with the Microsoft ACE
Team, where he worked on application security assessment for LOB applications.
He holds a B.Tech. (CSE) from IIIT-Hyderabad and has cleared ISC2’s CISSP certification exam. He was the only student among the top 10 winners of Security Shootout Competition organized by Microsoft, which had over 30,000 participants across India.
About Pune (Microsoft Technologies) User Group
”’Pune User Group”’ is a local user group of developers interested in Microsoft technologies and platforms. It has an informational portal with very active forums, it holds monthly user group meetings, an annual developers conference, and it also has a number of special interest groups.
For more details see the PuneTech wiki profile of PUG.
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