FNUG January 2011 - CISSP

Thursday, 27 January 2011 from 06:30:00 PM to 09:00:00 PM (America/Halifax) Add to your calendar
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Fredericton .NET User Group

January 2011 F.NUG Meeting

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6:30pm - 9:00pm (ITC building UNB Campus, Room ITC317)

Topic: The CISSP World and the Application Security Domain

Presenter: Phil Lamey, CGI


This presentation will outline CISSP security in terms of how it can be related to software development.

In the CISSP world, the Application Security domain is concerned with the security controls used by applications during their design, development, and use. This domain will help particiants to understand the security and controls of application security, which includes the systems development process, application controls, and knowledge-based systems. The session will also help to understand the concepts used to ensure data and application integrity.

Below is an overview of the topics that will be discussed:

  • CISSP, What is it?
  • Why CISSP?
  • SDLC (system development life cycle)
  • Change (life cycle) management
  • Database security
  • Artificial Intelligence systems
  • Malware
  • Grey Hat - Ethical hacking
  • The OWASP Project (Testing Web Applications)

Speaker Bio

Phil Lamey is a Senior Consultant and Security Officer with CGI, Fredericton. He has 10+ years experience in Software architecture and development and 6+ years experience as a security specialist. Phil has worked for many clients in that time including; Nortel, Service New Brunswick, Department of Public Safety, Worksafe NB and Manulife financial. Phil has been a CISSP for 2 years and a Professional Engineer for 6 years.

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