GitHub Security Meetup - Jan 22, 2020 - San Francisco
- James Forshaw (@tiraniddo) Windows Security Researcher, Logical Vulnerability Fanatic, Member of Google Project Zero. Researching Local Windows RPC in PowerShell
- Alvaro Muñoz (@pwntester) Security Researcher with GitHub Security Labs where he enjoys helping the OSS community finding and fixing vulnerabilities. Breaking SAML (.NET Edition)
- Michael Scovetta (@scovetta) Principal Security PM Manager on Microsoft’s Customer Security & Trust team,
and along with his team, defines strategy, analyzes open source software, and builds tools to identify and mitigate security vulnerabilities.
Hunting Backdoors in Open Source
- Sam Lanning (@samlanning) Developer Advocate with GitHub Security Lab.
No more whack-a-mole
About the GitHub Security Meetups
The GitHub Security meetups are great occasions to
connect with other security researchers or developers,
by discussing all things security, sharing tips and tricks
for writing CodeQL queries, discussing variant analysis
and other security research techniques,
integrating with developer and security response workflows, and more.
The format of the meetups is somewhat casual, with :
- Lightning Talks - Several short talks (10-15min).
- Networking - Plenty of time to mingle and discuss around some drinks and appetizers