From Goldman Sachs
Lukasz has been working in IT Security industry for over 10 years. He graduated from Edith Cowan University in Perth, Australia with a Master’s degree in Computer and Network Security. Throughout his career he worked with the largest financial institutions and concurrently lectured at Queensland University of Technology. In Australia he was overlooking security of 66% of stock exchange traffic, which were crossing the networks of which he was an architect and defender. Currently, Lukasz is an Executive Director in Cyber Security Division of Goldman Sachs. He is a project lead for Marcus Application Security assessments and presented at OWASP, TechTalks@GS and Australian Information Security Management Conference.
This training, designed with developers in mind, is a live hacking event. You will see some of the most common and serious security issues pentesters and hackers discover in their daily jobs.
The application contains a vast number of hacking challenges of varying difficulty. You will work in teams and compete against each other to identify and exploit the underlying vulnerabilities. Hacking progress is tracked on a score board. Finding this score board will be your first challenge.
We will discuss the real life impact of some of these vulnerabilities and how to fix them with little effort.
This is a BYOD event. We will be using Firefox. Docker is highly recommended.