Going to AppSec USA 2016? Register now for our one-day training:
AppSec USA 2016
Wednesday, October 12
Tired of reading about vulnerabilities or seeing screen captures of other people landing the big one? Join our AppSec Safari and go toe-to-toe with an application. Track a bug through multiple fields and feel the triumph of exploiting the flaw yourself.
Join Aspect Security's Mark Hoopes and Jason Li on a guided tour of cross-site scripting, SQL injection, privilege escalation and more. We’ll present a refresher on each vulnerability type, provide example exploits and turn you loose on a real application hosted in a local test environment.
Going to GrrCon 2016? Make sure you check out Tony Miller's session:
What’s in your Top Ten? Intelligent Application Security Prioritization.
Friday, October 7, 2016 at 2:00pm
Grand Rapids, MI
Here’s something no one wants to admit: just because an application has been assessed doesn’t mean it’s secure. And what exactly, does “secure” mean, anyway? One company’s “secure” is another company’s disaster. If you don’t understand your business’s risk posture and threat landscape, then you’re probably not assessing the right stuff.
Going to CodeMash 2015? Make sure you check out Kevin Cody's session:
Secure Code? What are your libraries hiding, and how do you know?
Thursday, January 7, 4:45pm
Orange Room at CodeMash 2015
Kevin Cody, Aspect Security
Libraries and Frameworks greatly assist developers to bolster functionality and meet deadlines. However, are these components introducing risk and vulnerabilities? How can over-tasked and deadline driven developer stay up-to-date on the state of these dependencies?
Going to LASCON 2015? Make sure you check out Kevin Fealey's session:
Static Analysis Security Testing for Dummies… and You
Friday, October 23, 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Cypress Room at LASCON 2015
Kevin Fealey, Principal Consultant, Automation & Integration Services, Aspect Security
Development teams are evolving toward continuous release and deployment, yet the security industry continues to use the same paradigms developed 15 years ago. If you want to produce more secure code at DevOps speed, you need to automate.
Join our free webinar on October 27 to understand how you can free your security professionals from repetitive security tasks and gain better visability into the security of your application portfolio.
We're really excited about this year's AppSec USA conference! The variety of sessions and panels, the networking opportunities and the wonderful location are just a few reasons we here at Aspect are eager to attend.
A special offer for AppSec USA Attendees
Look for this image in the exhibit hall (Booth 28) and stop by to take advantage of our exclusive offer to AppSec USA attendees — free access to our eLearning course series, Protecting Sensitive Data.
Join us at this free, informal happy hour for application security professionals! Network, nosh and have a drink with your colleagues in the appsec community.
Want to learn more about application security careers? This is the perfect opportunity to speak with engineers who made the leap from software engineer (or camp counselor) to appsec.
Application Security Happy Hour
When: Tuesday, June 23
Time: 5:30 - 8:30 PM
Where: Iron Horse Taproom
507 7th Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20004 (one block from Gallery Place/Chinatown Metro)
Sponsored by Aspect Security. Your first drink's on us!
Mobile Forensics World
Myrtle Beach, SC
Tuesday, June 2, 2015
1:30PM - 2:20PM
Kevin Fealey – Automating Your Tools: How to Free Up Your Security Professionals for Actual Security Tasks
Brian Glas, Principal Consultant, Aspect Security Inc.
"Crawl-Walk-Run: How to get your Secure Development Program off the Ground and Running"
Monday March 23, 2015, 3:15 PM
David Lindner, Managing Consultant and Global Practice Chair
"Runtime Manipulation of Android and iOS Applications"
Friday, October 24 • 1:00 p.m.