Owasp Cloud Security Workshop (BETA)

Track: DevSecOps
When: Mon PM-2,PM-3
Where: Maulden
Organizers Fraser Scott Fraser Scott
Participants Abhinav Sejpal Abhinav Sejpal , Adrian Winckles Adrian Winckles , Claudio Camerino Claudio Camerino , Daniel Garcia (cr0hn) Daniel Garcia (cr0hn) , Fabien Thalgott Fabien Thalgott , Frederic Tollens Frederic Tollens , Jim Newman Jim Newman , Jonas Vanalderweireldt Jonas Vanalderweireldt , Luis Saiz Luis Saiz , Paul Dubourg Paul Dubourg , Pedro Laguna Pedro Laguna , Sara Davis Sara Davis , Sotiraki Sima Sotiraki Sima , Stu Hirst Stu Hirst , Tanya Janca Tanya Janca , Tash Norris Tash Norris
Remote Participants Abdullah Garcia Abdullah Garcia , Abhi Raj Abhi Raj , Andrew Martin Andrew Martin , Barbara Prevel Barbara Prevel , Barbara Schachner Barbara Schachner , Ernesto Bethencourt Ernesto Bethencourt , Guy Jarvis Guy Jarvis , Harmeet Singh Harmeet Singh , Jaysen Naidoo Jaysen Naidoo , MrsYisWhy MrsYisWhy , Paul Harragan Paul Harragan , Prakash Sharma Prakash Sharma , Salma jalouqa Salma jalouqa , Sophie Tonnoir Sophie Tonnoir , Subash Subash , Sugumaran Uppili Sugumaran Uppili , Vandana Verma Vandana Verma

The OWASP Cloud Security project aims to help people secure their products and services running in the cloud by providing a set of easy to use threat and control BDD stories that pool together the expertise and experience of the development, operations, and security communities.

This working session is a beta of the project workshop that introduces the following topics:

  • Behaviour Driven Development (BDD)
  • Threat modeling
  • Using BDD for cloud security

WHY

We believe that cyber security has a fundamental role to play in protecting the digital future. We also believe that cyber security isn’t just about the technology; it’s about the people. The customer, the developer, the designer, the security engineer, and even the attacker. Not only is cyber security a never-ending process, it’s also a conversation.

This project was created to enable that conversation.

Given the challenge of protecting the digital future
And a diverse group of awesomely talented people
When we enable the conversation between people
Then they can make a real difference to the security of their services

The rise of DevOps and cloud computing has given organisations unprecedented access to feature-rich and highly-scalable elastic platforms that allow them to deliver products and services with a velocity and agility that has never been seen before. But with new capabilities come new attack vectors.

The goals of this workshop are:

  • To share knowledge about BDD, threat modeling and cloud security - attendees will be able to apply the tools and techniques they learn to their own organisation
  • To grow the project community and increase contributions to the project
  • To get feedback on the content and format of the workshop, so that future sessions deliver better value

What

A 2 hour workshop with the following agenda:

  • Workshop introduction
  • Introduction to Behaviour Driven Development (BDD)
  • Group story writing and discussion
  • Introduction to threat modeling
  • Group threat modeling and discussion
  • Using BDD for security
  • Group threat story writing and discussion
  • Individual threat story writing

Outcomes

  • A series of group and individually created BDD stories that will be released under the Creative Commons license, made up of some of the following:
    • Cloud security threat stories
    • General cyber security threat stories
    • Non-security threat stories (e.g. privacy or personal)
    • Mitigating control stories
    • General BDD examples
  • Feedback on the workshop content and workshop content updates

References

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