A Developer's mistake is Attacker's paradise

2018-02-27
6:00 p.m.

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Date & Location

Event Date - 2018-02-27
Event Time - 6:00 p.m.
Event Location - The Albany Club - 91 King Street East, Toronto, Ontario

Speaker Details

Harshal Chandorkar

Speaker Info

Harshal Chandorkar has survived IT for over 15 years. He began his career as a software developer, progressed to become an IT Auditor – auditing infrastructure and applications before and ultimately moving into his most passionate profession, Risk Management. As a security enthusiast and Linux evangelist, Harshal shares his passion for learning and security, some of which can be found via the following sites www.harshdevx.com and http://www.adeptus-mechanicus.com/learn/harshalc.php



Sumedh Kulkarni

Speaker Info

Sumedh Kulkarni is a fourth-year Computer Engineering student from Ryerson University. His work experience includes being a Business Analyst and Technical Systems Analyst, both at Royal Bank of Canada. In high school, he took interest in networking . By the end of April 2018, the courses he will have taken at Ryerson will give him knowledge in the areas of network traffic engineering, transport protocol design, flow and congestion control and IP security.



Event Document

Document Name - TASSQ201802.pdf
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Event Description

Topic: A Developer's mistake is Attacker's paradise

Description: How developer's mistakes within web application may lead to vulnerable applications - presentation/demo

Harshal Chandorkar has been in IT for over 15 years. He began his career as a software developer, progressed to become an IT Auditor – auditing infrastructure and applications before and ultimately moving into his most passionate profession, Risk Management. As a security enthusiast and Linux evangelist, Harshal shares his passion for learning and security, some of which can be found via the following sites www.harshdevx.com and http://www.adeptus-mechanicus.com/learn/harshalc.php
 

Sumedh Kulkarni is a fourth-year Computer Engineering student from Ryerson University. His work experience includes being a Business Analyst and Technical Systems Analyst, both at Royal Bank of Canada. In high school, he took interest in networking . By the end of April 2018, the courses he will have taken at Ryerson will give him knowledge in the areas of network traffic engineering, transport protocol design, flow and congestion control and IP security.