💡 Tech MeetUp: Application Security from Theory to Practice
- When: 18.04 (Tuesday) 18:00
- Where: Browar Lubicz, Kraków
Evolving cybersecurity threat landscape makes software security more important than ever. As software solutions grow in complexity with more dependencies and moving parts, they are becoming increasingly difficult to secure. Join us for a unique meet up hosted by cybersecurity practitioners from Motorola Solutions.
1️⃣ topic presented by Speaker Jakub Galas:
🔥Cybersecurity on autopilot🔥
About the topic: One of the biggest challenges of the modern cyber world is how to stay secure. It is even harder because of rapidly changing technologies and attacks techniques. One of the popular practice that might help is DevSecOps. I will talk a little bit about security scanners (SAST, DAST, SCA) and general automation in the cybersecurity world.
About the Speaker: Jakub has been working at Motorola for over 5 years. Starting as a software developer, now on the security aspect of the products in his department. Enthusiast of the automation and DevOps approach.
2️⃣ topic presented by Speaker Piotr Furman:
🔥Passwordless and Passkeys: Cybersec buzzwords or the future of authentication?🔥
About the topic: Passwordless authentication is promoted by the biggest OS and devices vendors, especially since the fall 2022. Maybe you use the method already, but you wonder how it works exactly. How hard is it to add passkeys support to your product? And is it really worth it? Because, what's wrong with passwords anyway?
About the Speaker: Piotr used to be a software developer for several years. As time passed, he slowly shifted from regular programming to ensuring applications' safety. Now he's assisting multiple various teams across the company to deliver secure products to our customers.
Our special guest during the Tech MeetUp will be 👉 Michał Sajdak! Michał is a founder of sekurak.pl and IT security consultant in Securitum. Has over 10 years of practical experience in web application hacking.
During the presentation "Why web application hacking is easy?", he will show a couple of different real-life vulnerabilities in web applications. Some of them will be presented live. Remote Code Execution, API flaws, authentication / authorization problems.
📢 Join us on Tuesday (18.04) at Browar Lubicz. The meeting will start at 6 pm🙂