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Bishop Fox is excited to attend RedSec 2 this September. We will even get to see our very own Oscar Salazar present!

RedSec meetings are a great way to connect with other offensive security professionals in the Atlanta area while listening to informative speakers and enjoying good food and drink. Check out the presentations:

Monoliths to Microservices to Kubernetes: Traps to Avoid While Moving to a Sane Orchestration Platform
Austin Whipple will do a dive into pitfalls and vulnerabilities found specific to the handling of a monolith application, the migration to microservices, and the use of kubernetes. He'll be talking about what mistakes to avoid, what gotchas he's encountered, tips for the migrations, and benefits he's noticed.

Pose a Threat: How Perceptual Analysis Helps Bug Hunters
Oscar Salazar will discuss tricks for optimizing the hunt for security exposures. Unlimited storage, scalable serverless infrastructure, and machine learning powered by collaborative filtering will enable us to usher in a new age of visibility into our attack surface.

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About the speaker, Oscar Salazar

Principal Product Researcher

Oscar Salazar is a Principal Product Researcher at Bishop Fox. In this role, he has experience with red teaming, application penetration testing, source code review, network penetration testing, secure software design, and product security reviews. He focuses on research and development of the Continuous Attack Surface Testing (CAST) platform. Oscar has presented at many of the leading security conferences including Black Hat USA, DEF CON, RSA, BSides, Hacker Halted, SyScan 360, and SAS. His research, particularly surrounding anti-anti-automation, has appeared in Wired, eWeek, Fox News, Threatpost, and Gigaom.

Additionally, he has been a featured speaker on the Dark Reading Radio series. Prior to joining Bishop Fox, Oscar served as a web security research engineer at Hewlett Packard's Application Security Center where he designed and developed security checks for the WebInspect web application security scanner. In addition, his research involved developing more effective methods of scanning web applications.

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About the speaker, Austin Whipple

Bishop Fox Alumnus

Austin Whipple is a Bishop Fox Alumnus who previously served as a security consultant at the firm.

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