OWASP-Kansas City November 2016

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Tuesday, November 22, 2016 from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM (CST)
Kauffman Foundation Conference Center
4801 Rockhill Road
Kansas City, MO 64110

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Greetings, all!  It's that time again - OWASP-Kansas City - November edition is upon us!  It's our last meeting of the year, and we've got a great speaker lined up!  
Anthony Grandle, Software Security Architect at the Federal Reserve will be speaking about Threat Modeling. Threat modeling is a methodology that allows a development team to design security controls to mitigate acknowledged threats before a line of code is written. Yes, it will help save teams, and their organizations, the time and money associated with rework due to security design flaws. The real benefit of this approach though is the stronger defensive posture it produces through “designing security in” rather than bolting it on, after the fact. The goal of this interactive talk is to help development teams better understand how to go about seeing the application from the attackers’ perspective. We’ll discuss how threat modeling fits into a larger secure development life cycle, why it’s important, how you can “sell it” in your organization, and how to get started.
Anthony is the Software Security Architect for the Federal Reserve Software Security Group. He has 19 years’ experience developing and delivering technology solutions in a wide variety of roles including software engineer, application architect, technical lead, consultant, agile coach, technology manager, and software security specialist. Anthony is CSSLP certified and holds a graduate certificate in Advanced Computer Security from Stanford University. He is currently pursuing his master’s degree in Security Engineering from Southern Methodist University.
As always, RSVPs are requested, but not required - hope to see everyone there!  

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