OWASP’s AppSec Israel 2018

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AppSec Israel 2018 took place on 5–6 September 2018 at Tel Aviv University, in central Tel Aviv.

The annual OWASP AppSec Israel Conference is the largest conference in Israel for application security, and regularly draws hundreds of participants. Over 650 people attended last year!

Image Credits: AppSecIL 2018

This year approximately 1200+ developers, testers, product designers, security analyst, and managers attended this Conference. I’d like to admit here, AppSecIL is not just for security experts but it’s also for everyone who thinks that security is pretty important these days.

Our goal is to promote and educate people about authentication & authorization. Also, learn about the different concepts that make up server secure and stable. Continue reading

DevConfIN 2018

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DevConf.in 2018 is the second annual Developers’ Conference to be organized by Red Hat in Bengaluru, India. It is meant to provide a platform to the local FOSS community participants to come together and engage in the knowledge sharing through technical talks, workshops, panel discussions, hackathon, and such activities.

More about my talk and conference can be found here;

Our goal is to promote and educate people about authentication & authorization. Also, learn about the different concepts JS and how that make up an application secure.

As usual this time also, at end moment I’ve decided to attend this conference and since this conference is organized by Red Hat so I was quite excited to speak here. DevConf first time happening in India. This conference originally started on 10 September 2009, this was the first ever conference organized by Red Hat Czech Republic in the Czech Republic and the rest is history. Continue reading

DevHost18

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devhost:18 is the first annual Student Developers meet organized by Sahyadri Open-Source Community (SOSC) to bring together young and talented developers from in and around Mangalore. The Conference held on 4th & 5th May 2018 in Mangalore, India.

Students from different universities and colleges in and around the region, join in hands taking part of this event’s workshops, hackathons and talks. Continue reading

The Hackers Meetup – Application Security edition

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The Hacker’s Meet-Up is a proper platform for the cybersecurity researchers as well as security enthusiast people who really inserted to learn something and take an exposure of latest trends and issues in cybersecurity, deep dive into security domain and build a community.

They are doing Monthly Meet-Ups to provide a dedicated platform for the cybersecurity researchers as well as security enthusiast people who really inserted to learn something and take an exposure of latest trends and issues in cybersecurity, deep dive into security domain and build a community. It is fully focused on Cyber Security research of Independent security researchers, who finds the vulnerability, gain knowledge and try to do something out of the box with his enthusiasm, hard work and love for security.

The Aim of this Meet-up is to share knowledge with others, aware people about the cybersecurity, meet & greet, do networking with fellow like-minded people and establish a community, which is super awesome and stan out this meetup and glad that I have been part of speaker panel for this Application Security edition. Continue reading

Why Open Source ?

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Firstly, let me extend the thanks to Yuvalay Electronics Lab for inviting me as Speaker to give a talk on Open Source. Moreover, kudos to you to arrange a talk on Open source first time ever in Vadodara city.

About Yuvalay Electronics Lab

Yuvalay Electronics Lab offers a platform and eco-system to the students, hobbyists, and professionals to understand and apply the theoretical knowledge of the subjects in the field of Electronics. It helps to convert the interest into the passion by providing a conducive environment to learn-explore-innovate under the guidance of experts. More

This is the first time ever I have not presented any presentation, this time it’s gonna be a pure talk where people can ask me anything about open source. I have started my talk with, what I am thinking or believing about open source.

For me, contributing to open source can be a rewarding way to learn, teach, and gain experience. No matter which skills you have, everything can be made useful. In this talk, I have shared the following points which can help you to get started with an open source contribution. Continue reading