Presentation: Lockpicking Workshop
Locks Around the Clock
Student, Cybersecurity and Information Assurance
Western Governors University
Samuel F Bowne
Presentation: Exploit Development for Beginners
City College of San Francisco
B.S. in Physics, Edinboro University of PA; Ph.D. in Physics, University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign. Industry Certifications: Certified Ethical Hacker, Network+, Security+, Microsoft certifications in Vista, XP, 2000 Pro, and 2000 Server, Certified Fiber Optic Technician Sam Bowne has been teaching at CCSF since 2000.
Presentation: Low Risk_High Return: Hack a Mentor
Senior IT Security Leader
As a Senior IT Leader and Business Operations Strategist, I have worked with some of the most talented business professionals and entrepreneurs in the U.S. – people leading multi-functional global teams and delivering enterprise-wide solutions. As a result, I have in-depth knowledge of IT systems, design, business planning, and “big picture” operational processes that drive bottom-line results in line with information protection.
Presentation: Best Practices for Building Secure Web Applications
Verizon Digital Media Services (EdgeCast Networks)
Presentation: Understanding Web Application Firewalls and Using Open Source ModSecurity
Engineer with MBA, Cybersecurity Executive
Verizon Digital Media
Tin Zaw is a Director at Verizon Digital Media, where he leads its Global Security Solutions practice. He has previously worked on network security products at Symantec, AT&T and Intuit. He earned an M.S. in computer science and an MBA from the University of Southern California. He has held CISSP and CSSLP certifications and is a former president of the OWASP Los Angeles chapter.
Presentation: Security in the Cloud: It's All About Maintainability
Senior Security Engineer
Security engineer with over 8 years of professional experience in the security industry as a developer (infrastructure engineering/application security), consultant, and researcher. Prominent clients/employers include healthcare related organizations, financial institutions, and defense contractors. Skills include automation tooling, web-based pentests, internal/external network pentests, thick client analysis (reverse engineering), and source code review. Avid developer of *nix and Windows security tools.
Presentation: Brick all the Things!!: We want to make things secure, right?
Mobile Antivirus / Anti-Malware Researcher
Bank Of America
Mobile Security/Antivirus Researcher, specializing in analysis of mobile threats on existing platforms (J2ME, Symbian, Windows Phone, iOS, Android) and potential mobile malware and spyware. Gathering threat intelligence and sources. Regularly provides analysis and research on mobile threats to customers. Presenting on mobile threat research at computer security conferences.
Presentation: Computational Thinking
Presentation: Password Cracking
Presentation: Protecting Yourself From Phishing
Information Security Engineer
California State University, Dominguez Hills