April 22, 2013 by Mark
The Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) Li Chapter will feature speakers Jack Mannino and Ken Johnson, and will be arriving at a venue only about half an hour away from Deer Park later this week.
The duo will speak on the issues of security in the Rails and Ruby ecosystem. In the search for more security in rails, a new rails application has been developed to align with the OWASP, and it is also to be used as a training tool for development of Rails based shops.
More than 100,000 Android applications were analyzed from public applications published on GitHub. Using open source programs allows the use of hundreds of intelligent ideas from developers that can be taken apart and reintegrated into applications, which are then applied to the specific problem.
Johnson, former manager of LivingSocial.com’s application security team, is primary developer for the Web Exploitation Framework. He also contributes regularly to security projects that are open source. He is currently the chief technology officer of nVisium Security, where Mannino also works as the chief executive officer.
Mannino is a security researcher for Android applications and prides himself on spotting large-scale security flaws, especially seeing as he founded the OWASP Mobile Security Project.
It takes place at the TIBCO Offices in Garden City at 6:30 pm this Thursday, April 25. TIBCO will provide the pizza and refreshments for participants. The offices are located at 200 Garden City Plaza, Garden City. Speaking of applications, digital business cards are the way to go to stay in touch with developers and designers for Android applications and Internet programs.
March 28, 2013 by James
There are several Easter activities available with 45 minutes of Deer Park this year, with the Quogue Wildlife Refuge being just one wonderful place to celebrate the holiday with the family.
On Saturday, March 30 kids from [Read more]
February 23, 2013 by Sarah
Deer Park and the surrounding area has a few events to whet the appetites of lovers of film, art, photography, and music next week.
For starters, guests can relive the [Read more]
January 27, 2013 by Mark
The Dix Hills Performing Arts Center will host a ‘Tribute to the Great Jazz Organists, Nancy Wilson and Tap!’ at the beginning of February – one of two music-packed shows to start the month.
Maurice Chestnut provides the [Read more]
December 11, 2012 by Mark
Santa will celebrate breakfast and lunch with the kids this Saturday, December 15, in Garden City, just minutes from Deer Park.
Families will enjoy a [Read more]
November 20, 2012 by Sarah
With Hurricane Sandy still fresh in the mind, the Suffolk County Industrial Development Agency (IDA) has announced a program that will be welcomed by the business community of Deer Park. The IDA has unveiled a [Read more]
October 23, 2012 by James
September 27, 2012 by Sarah
Located near Deer Park, TC Diamond Arts Center started as a dance studio but, this summer, the business relocated to its present address at 354 Sunrise Highway in West Babylon. Having hosted [Read more]
August 12, 2012 by Sarah
Texas Roadhouse is officially coming to Deer Park as the national chain eatery broke ground this month on its new Long Island location. Situated at Commack Road, the restaurant shares the immediate neighborhood with [Read more]
July 23, 2012 by James
Deer Park’s Tanger Outlets has a tasty surprise this summer for weekend shoppers. Every Saturday and Sunday until November, the popular shopping area will host a Farmers’ Market, featuring tempting produce and [Read more]