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July 23 | 11-11:30 AM ET - Beating the r2 Learning Curve

In this Tech Talk, Sergi Àlvarez, Senior Mobile Security Research Engineer at NowSecure and the creator of Radare will dive into the tool . This session will cover:

  • What Radare is and what can it do for you
  • Basic introduction and the essential commands
  • Benefits of extending the tool with plugins and scripts
  • Practical use case extracting passwords from a Swift app in static
  • And more to come!

Sergi "Pancake" Àlvarez
Senior Mobile Security Research Engineer

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Brendan Hann
Senior Product Marketing Manager

June 11 | 11-11:30 AM ET - Analyzing Device Security With the OWASP IoT Security Testing Guide

The Internet of Things (IoT) has revolutionized the way we interact with our environments, connecting billions of devices to enhance efficiency, convenience, and automation in various sectors such as healthcare, transportation, and smart homes. However, the proliferation of interconnected devices also introduces significant security challenges. IoT devices, often designed with limited computing resources, may lack robust security features, making them vulnerable to cyber-attacks. As IoT continues to expand, discovering and addressing its security vulnerabilities becomes paramount to safeguarding personal privacy and ensuring the resilience of interconnected infrastructures.

In this Tech Talk, Aaron Guzman and Luca Pascal Rotsch will present their OWASP IoT Security Testing Guide (ISTG) project. Version 1.0.0 of this guide was published on March 1, providing a comprehensive methodology for penetration testing in the IoT field. While the guide is mainly intended to be used by penetration testers, the resources it provides may also help manufacturers and operators of IoT devices to proactively improve the security of their devices. The project leaders will introduce and demonstrate current capabilities of the guide as well as share insights into what is planned.

Aaron Guzman
Project Leader
Cisco Meraki

Luca Pascal Rotsch
Senior Consultant
BDO Cyber Security GmbH

May 22 | 10:00 AM ET - 5:00 PM ET - NowSecure Connect 2024: Super Mobile World

Join the world’s brightest innovators, practitioners, and community leaders for a full day of in-depth training, discussions, strategy sessions, networking and more with a retro gaming twist!

Register now to access keynotes, breakouts, expert panels, on-demand sessions, plus an interactive peer-to-peer community.

April 16 | 11-11:30 AM ET - Navigating the Pitfalls of AI-Generated Code: Security Best Practices

AI-powered code generation tools like ChatGPT and GitHub Copilot have taken the development world by storm, promising increased efficiency and productivity. However, the security implications of AI-generated code cannot be overlooked. In this session, Jason Michael Perry, CTO of Mindgrub, will guide you through best practices and precautions when utilizing these powerful tools to ensure the security and reliability of your codebase.

Key topics covered in this session include:
  • An overview of popular AI code generation tools, highlighting their strengths and weaknesses
  • Common security pitfalls and mistakes to watch out for in AI-generated code
  • Techniques for crafting effective prompts that encourage the generation of secure and well-structured code
  • Strategies for implementing robust validation and testing procedures to catch potential vulnerabilities
  • The importance of code reviews and leveraging AI for objective code analysis and peer review
This session is valuable for both novice and seasoned developers alike. Attendees will learn how to strike a balance between the benefits of AI-assisted development and the need for human oversight, equipping them with the knowledge and tools necessary to navigate the exciting world of AI-driven code generation safely and effectively. Don't miss this opportunity to future-proof your development practices, harness the power of AI while maintaining the integrity and security of your codebase, and stay ahead of the curve in an increasingly AI-centric landscape.

Jason Michael Perry

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Brendan Hann
Senior Product Marketing Manager

March 26 | 11-11:30 AM ET - Navigating Mobile AppSec Challenges with People and Automation

Join Michael Krueger, Senior Director Application Security Services at NowSecure, as we delve into the most pressing challenges faced by customers in their Mobile AppSec programs. From balancing coverage and speed to validating findings from automated tools, our experts will provide practical solutions to help you navigate through the complexities of mobile application security such as:

  • How to achieve comprehensive coverage while leveraging automation
  • Tailoring manual and automated testing to business risks
  • Ensure coverage for complex workflows with Guided Testing
  • Upskilling web-centric teams into proficient mobile app pen testers

Michael Krueger
Senior Director
Application Security Services

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Brendan Hann
Senior Product Marketing Manager

February 27 | 11-11:30 AM ET - OWASP MAS Updates

The OWASP MASVS and OWASP MASTG are industry leading standards that top mobile app security and development professionals rely on to ensure their apps are secured. How is the MAS Project continuing to evolve, and what does that mean for your mobile appsec programs?

Join February’s TechTalk, where Carlos Holguera, OWASP Mobile Application Security (MAS) Project Lead, will give insights on updates and changes to the OWASP Mobile Application Verification Standard (MASVS) in Version 2.1.0. Learn about the new risk scoring proposal, the new MASVS-PRIVACY category and controls, upcoming MASTG risks and atomic tests, Mobile Application Security Testing Guide (MASTG) new refactoring and mobile app security best practices as a whole.

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Carlos Holguera
Project Leader

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Brendan Hann
Senior Product Marketing Manager

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