We are pleased to announce that Pete Herzog, Founder of ISECOM, will be joining us to discuss the new OSSTMM v3 and how it applies to web application security.
Pete rarely gets to the US, so this is a unique opportunity to have an open discussion with him about trust-based security models and how to apply sound logic to securing (and testing) web applications.
Seating is limited to about 60 people, so RSVP now, invite your colleagues, and we look forward to seeing you then.
About ISECOM: The Institute for Security and Open Methodologies (ISECOM) is an open, non-profit collaborative community since January 2001. They are dedicated to providing practical security awareness, research, certification and business integrity. ISECOM provides certification, training support, and project support services for non-partisan and vendor-neutral funding of our projects and infrastructure and to assure you our training programs, standards, and best practices are truly neutral of national or commercial influence.
About OSSTMM: The Open Source Security Testing Methodology Manual (OSSTMM) is a peer-reviewed methodology for performing security tests and metrics. The OSSTMM test cases are divided into five channels (sections) which collectively test: information and data controls, personnel security awareness levels, fraud and social engineering control levels, computer and telecommunications networks, wireless devices, mobile devices, physical security access controls, security processes, and physical locations such as buildings, perimeters, and military bases.