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This Information Security meetup intends to disseminate information and create awareness about security in IoT and about securing iOS applications.

This meetup is open to anyone with an interest in Information Security, Internet of Things and iOS application.

Internet of Things is a buzzword in today’s world. With this whole new world of possibilities and the amount of data that’s collected, we often tend to overlook the security and privacy aspect of it.

Date: 11th Feburary, 2017 Time: 3 PM - 5 PM
Venue: HasGeek House, No. 2699, 19th Main, 5th Cross, Indiranagar HAL 2nd Stage, Bangalore - 560008

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Swaroop Yermalkar

Crypto Attacks in iOS Applications

In context of mobile apps, it’s always said that never store sensitive data locally in plain text formats. It’s recommended that if require local storage, store data in encrypted format. However it’s still possible for attacker to gain the access to sensitive information when data is encrypted in improper way. There could be multiple reasons including bad algorithms, hardcoded encryption keys and… more
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  • 06 Feb 2017
Intermediate

Sabna Sainudeen

IoT Security

This session is all about basic IoT security Concepts. It will also gives an insight on OWASP Top 10 IOT and different IoT attack surfaces. This session will help anyone to get started on IoT security and penetration testing of “smart” devices. more
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  • 07 Feb 2017
Intermediate

Shreyansh Pandey

PCI - Data Security Standards Simplified

Anyone with even a little bit of experience in ePayments has come across the wall called PCI-DSS. Being too comprehensive, DSS builds trust in the consumers but a sense of fear in the producers (the engineers) with its specefic-to-usage-class guidelines and whatnot. In this talk, I will simplify all of that and present a AWS-backed Docker-powered backend which will be a breeze to scale and won’t … more
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  • 07 Feb 2017
Beginner

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