Agile Talks #13

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I invite you all to another Agile Talks event. This time we have chosen web applications' security as the main topic. For this, we have invited two OWASP Bucharest ( speakers.

First speaker is Oana Cornea and she will talk about "OWASP Cornucopia".

Oana's presentation will highlight threat modelling and security requirements for applications using OWASP projects that serve as reference for the Cornucopia card game. The aim of the OWASP's Cornucopia project is to help development teams, especially those using Agile methodologies, to identify application security requirements and develop security-based user stories.

Oana is the chapter leader of the OWASP chapter from Bucharest (, Romania. She has been working in the field of IT security for 6 years and currently she is working as a Penetration tester at Dell SecureWorks.

Second speaker is Cosmin Anghel. His talk is about digital forensics.

Cosmin's presentation will be focused to demonstrate the role of volatile memory analysis in the digital investigation process and how that analysis can be used to help address many of challenges facing the digital forensics analysts. Also, the presentation will show a few technical techniques to generate leads with volatility framework for more in-depth analysis.

Cosmin is an Infosec professional with more than 6 years experience in cyber security field. He is now working for Dell SecureWorks as a Security System Sr. Advisor. During his experience in identification and investigation of cyber attacks campaigns (and APTs) and cyber-crime ecosystem, he worked closely with malware research, IR/DF, network security monitoring teams in order to obtain real-time results.


18:45 - 19:00 Arriving, socializing
19:00 - 19:10 Introduction
19:10 - 19:40 "OWASP Cornucopia"
19:40 - 20:10 "Digital forensics"
20:10 - 20:20 Break
20:20 - 21:10 Open Space - ask the speakers for more details or propose interesting topics
21:10 - 21:20 Retrospective & Closing

See you on March 9!