This month we are partnering with the Long Island Software Engineers Meet-Up group for a special presentation on Technical Security for Developers.
Please RSVP only if you WILL be attending.
The hacking industry is no longer made up of script kiddies or "somebody sitting on their bed who weighs 400 pounds". It's run as a business and it's the day job of thousands of developers to find their way to the Personally Identifiable Information you store in your systems. Come find out what the top 10 attack vectors are and what you can do to minimize your exposure.
About our Speaker:
Larry Diamond is a Lead Technical Architect with Cox Automotive. Larry is the author of the TypeScript Collections Framework (https://github.com/larrydiamond/typescriptcollectionsframework) and has contributed to a number of Open Source projects including Apache Commons Math and PMD.
6:00 - 6:30 Food and Networking
6:30 - 7:30 Presentation
Enter the Dealertrack lot from either New Hyde Park Road or the LIE Service Road, park in the rear of the building near or in the parking structure, enter from that side, and check in at the security desk.
From the Great Neck LIRR station, take the n25 or n26 MTA bus. From the New Hyde Park Station, take the n25 MTA bus. In both cases, ask the driver to stop at Dealertrack. We'll get you back to the LIRR station after the meetup. If you're arriving at either station before 6:10 and want a ride in, message us.