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(ISC)2 Seattle Chapter
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CPE Submission for General Meetings
To have the ISC2 Seattle Chapter submit a member's CPEs automatically, they must input their ISC2 number on the Zoom registration form. Please do this before each meeting. Any members attending the meetings and failing to submit their CISSP membership numbers will need to submit their own CPEs on the ISC2 website.
Thursday, Aug 5, 2021
Title: Talk on GraphQL Insecurity
GraphQL is coming to replace your REST APIs. Built on the promise of providing more flexible access to your data, there has to be a catch. Come to this talk if you would like a comprehensive overview of the known security vulnerabilities in GraphQL applications. We will also cover mechanisms and design patterns that you can use to secure your GraphQL applications from these attacks.
Abraham Kang is fascinated with the nuanced details associated with machine learning algorithms, programming languages and their associated APIs. Kang has a BS from Cornell University. He is currently doing research in security for machine learning. He worked for Samsung Research America as a Senior Director Software helping to drive secure development across AI, mobile, payments and VR. Prior to joining Samsung, he worked as Principal Security Researcher for HP in their Software Security Research group. He is focused on machine learning/AI, web, application frameworks, blockchain smart contracts, intelligent assistants, and mobile security and has presented his findings at RSA USA, Black Hat USA, DEFCON, OWASP AppSec USA, and BSIDES
Presenter: Abraham Kang
Time: 6:30-7:30 PM
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Our online Community is a place for cybersecurity professionals – including (ISC)² members, non-members, certification candidates and others – to connect, collaborate and share knowledge and best practices related to the very broad topic of security. This encompasses discussions around new technologies, best practices, new regulations, professional development, the challenges and opportunities facing the cybersecurity workforce, ways to make the most of your (ISC)2 certification and membership, and much more. We would like to keep this Community a place for appropriate cybersecurity topics and encourage all off-topic discussions to be held elsewhere.
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