Who are we
OWASP Zhytomyr chapter was founded in 2019 by Bohdan Nikitenko
Second leader is Julia Potapenko
The chapter aims at holding quarterly meetups in the format of 4 talks and probably 1 workshop.
How to find us
How to support the chapter
Become a Speaker
Call For Speakers at OWASP Zhytomyr events is permanently open. If you want to present at future events simply send the title and abstract of your talk and speaker bio to Bohdan Nikitenko or Julia Potapenko
Become a Sponsor
We don’t have any special sponsorship package, however the sponsoring organization or individual will receive our warm thanks and a fair amount of gratitude spread over our social media presence, placed at the chapter official web-page, and announced at the event itself
Become a Host
To host an OWASP Zhytomyr event, contact Bohdan Nikitenko Venue requirements include:
- Capacity to welcome up to 40-50 attendees
- Separate high-quality internet connection for online streaming
- No need for additional attendee registration or providing attendee lists
- No marketing, advertising, or hiring at the event
Chapter meeting sponsors
These companies have demonstrated their support for Ukrainian Application Security community by funding our quarterly chapter meetings.
If you want to support or collaborate with us
Please, check the next document and contact to Bohdan or Julia.
Call For Papers 2020
Hey! We are happy to announce the CFP for our first online meetup! OWASP Zhytomyr event will be held on August - September, so if you have a prepared speech with the topic related to the security we are happy to include you in our program!
Chapter Webinars 2019
29 June 2019 16:00 - 20:00
Reikartz Hotel (2d floor). Zamkova Square, 5/8, Zhytomyr, 10002
- Oleg Yudintsev. Independent InfoSec Researcher. “How tasty are your cookies?”
How cookies can leak over insecure channel? How an Attacker can tamper or hijack remotely sensitive cookies of the user? What severe consequences can happen as a result of insecure cookie processing? In this presentation I’m going discuss different weaknesses in cookie lifecycle and how to process cookies securely.
- Julia Potapenko. iOS Software Engineer at Stuzo. “Touch ID and Face ID. Is it secure?”
Even though Touch ID and Face ID have been here for a while, the users continue to ask if they are secure enough. We will talk about Apple’s Biometrics, Keychain and Secure Enclave, looking into the proper way local authentication should be implemented on iOS devices.
- Oleksandr Mezherytskyi. Cybersecurity Engineer at Armed Forces of Ukraine. “STOP DDOS”
Oleksandr will tell us about his own experience and practical advices on how to stop attacks on web sites - fitches, tools, and mistakes.
- Yulia Vashchenko. macOS Software Engineer at MacPaw. “Malware on macOS: hottest news from Objective by the Sea conference”
Chapter Webinars 2020
July 31 18:30
Meetup link with details:
September 22 19:00
Meetup link with details:
December 5 11:00
Zhytomyr is main org!
Welcome to the sixth annual OWASP Ukraine 2020 conference - the largest Application Security conference in Ukraine, organized by OWASP Zhytomyr, Kyiv and Lviv. This year the conference will be held on December 5 in the format of an online meetup. We have interesting reports from speakers from Ukraine and beyond, workshops and raffles with cool prizes. And it’s all free!
Schedule (could be changed)
11:00 Opening + lottery/raffles announcement
11:25 Maksym Khramov & Serhii Korolenko - 6 digit OTP for Two Factor Auth (2FA) is brute-forceable in 3 days + OTP Lottery
11:45 Julia Potapenko - React Native Security: Addressing Typical Mistakes
12:30 Константин Корсун - Безпека додатку Дія - “Оскар” чи “Золота малина”
13:30 Anatolii Bereziuk - OAuth2.0: What? Where? When?
14:30 Lottery/raffles updates
14:40 Serhii Korolenko & Eduard Kiiko & Oksana Safronova - OWASP JuicyShop Workshop
16:00 Philippe Humeau - Leveraging the crowd power to regain faith in Internet’s zero trust architecture (in English)
17:00 Pawel Rzepa - Serverless security: attack & defense (in English)
18:00 Lottery/raffles results
18:30 Closing word