OWASP Mumbai

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Archives

25th July 2020

Session Details:

Introduction to OWASP Mumbai Chapter.

Cyber Security and ICS by Ashwani Kumar

Meetup Link

30th May 2020

Session Details:

Introduction to OWASP Mumbai Chapter.

Digital Forensics & Incident Response Lionel Faleiro

Why ICS can’t toe the IT line? - Essence of ICS security posture Sudhendu

Malware for Fun and Profit Adhokshaj Mishra

Meetup Link

25th April 2020

Session Details:

Introduction to OWASP Mumbai Chapter.

An Introduction to Data-Exfiltration by Rohan Rane

Anti-Reversing by Adhokshaj Mishra

Meetup Link

29th February 2020

Introduction to OWASP Mumbai Chapter.

An Introduction to SOC by Vrushali Sawant

The difference between Information Gathering & Intelligence Gathering by Shivani Mohit

Basics of a Red Team Engagement Aayush Jain

Meetup Link

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25th January 2020

Details of the previous OWASP Mumbai meeting as below. Please follow the link for the slides.

Introduction to OWASP Mumbai Chapter.

An Introduction to OT Security by Ravindra Gotavde

Reporting and Handling Internet Crimes by Amol Potdar

Exploiting misconfigurations in S3 buckets by Vaibhav Koli

30th November 2019

Details of the previous OWASP Mumbai meeting as below. Please follow the link for the slides.

Introduction to OWASP Mumbai Chapter.

Firmware Analysis by Pratik Chotaliya

Report Writing in Cyber Security by Ashwini Varadkar

Attack Si Emulation by Chirag Savla

19th October 2019

Details of the previous OWASP Mumbai meeting as below. Please follow the link for the slides.

Field Updates with Anantkumar Joshi.

OWASP Top 10 (A1,A2,A3) by Rohan Rane.

OWASP Top 10 (A4,A5,A9) by Gurpreet Kaur.

OWASP Top 10 (A6,A7,A8,A10) by Himanshu Sharma.

31st August 2019

Details of the previous OWASP Mumbai meeting as below. Please follow the link for the slides.

Introduction to OWASP Mumbai Chapter.

Secure Coding in Modern C++ by Adhokshaj Mishra


Current Chapter Leaders

Yash Roongta (August 2019 - Present)

Pentester, Purple Teamer, Auditor, Trainer and Speaker. Been active in the InfoSec domain for close to 4 years. Eager and willing to learn from everyone. When I am not researching / studying / learning. You can find on Dota2 with my friends. Favorite topics: Penetration Testing, Red Teaming, OSINT and Recon.

Blog:https://acc3ssp0int.com

Contact [email protected]

Anantkumar Joshi (August 2019 - Present)

Working in the field of Cyber Security from 3 years . Focus areas include AppSec and Source code review. Look forward to learning more about other areas in security Favorite topic: Web Application testing,Source Code Review. In my free time I enjoy reading books (Genre- psychological, mystery)

Contact [email protected]

Current Chapter Volunteers

Ashwini Varadkar (August 2019 - Present)

Been associated with cyber security for the past 5 years. An avid reader and a professional Kathak dancer, my experience in infosec revolves around technical writing, security assessments, stringent report reviews,and trainings. I believe, there is nothing more rewarding and fulfilling than being able to accomplish everything that your field of interest demands from you. Stay curious and give back to the community.

Vaibhav Koli (August 2019 - Present)

Working in the field of information security from last 3 years. Interesting areas are Web Application security, Red Teaming, APIs

Rohan Rane (January 2020 - Present)

Working in the field of infosec for the last 3 years. Area of Interests: Network, Web APIs, Red Teaming.

Past Chapter Volunteers

Himanshu Sharma (August 2019 - February 2020)

InfoSec fresher, loves learning and researching about infosec. “Hardcoder” (pun intended). Trying to learn from the infosec community Key interests include: Network Pentesting and Exploit development.


Next Meeting

Venue: Online Google Meet (Refer RSVP on meetup for details)

Session

Introduction to OWASP Mumbai Chapter.

Enforcing Code & Security Standards with Semgrep Luke O’Malley

General Discussion, QnA & Feedback

Abstract: Semgrep is a free open-source program analysis toolkit that finds bugs using custom analysis we’ve written and OSS code checks. Semgrep is ideal for security researchers, product security engineers, and developers who want to find complex code patterns without extensive knowledge of ASTs or advanced program analysis concepts.

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