Omaha .Net User Group June Meeting
Start Time: June 30 2011, 6:00 PM
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Posted by mruwe at June 19 2011, 4:29 AM

Fellow .Net Users, Our next .NET Users Group meeting will be held on Thursday, June 30th, at 6:00pm (food will be provided 15 to 20 minutes prior to the start of the meeting). Meeting Details: Location:

Team Software

407 S 27th Ave

Map **Special Directions: **

Due to parking restrictions, there are some special instructions to get to this location. There is plenty of parking, but you’ll want to read these instructions carefully. Team Software is located on the Southeast corner of 27th Ave and Harney St. The parking lot is on the East side of the building and is marked with a large sign indicating that you cannot park in it. For this event the parking lot will be opened after 5:15. There is also free street parking on both side of Harney. For those of you that have been to this location before, you’ll want to note that the meeting will not be in the same room that it typically is.  For this event, the meeting is being held on the first floor.  You need to enter the building on the East side next to the large overhead door which is closest to the South side of the building.  Someone will be there to let you in.

If you have any trouble, feel free to calls Matt’s cell phone at 402-578-2539. **Speaker: **

John Rogers is a Senior Application Security Engineer working in the Security Assurance department at Lincoln Financial Group.  Previously John worked as a Lead Security Engineer at ACI Worldwide, Inc.  John is one of the unique Application Security Professionals with over 20 years of experience in all aspects of the Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC) for the Banking, Payment and Financial Services industries.  John is also a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and serves as the Vice President for Nebraska InfraGard. Topic:

Developers Session: Secure Mobile Application Development – From Prototype to Production in 60 Seconds Developing Mobile Applications has never been easier. Easily accessible Mobile SDKs from Apple, Android and Microsoft and free IDEs like Eclipse and Xcode 3 make building a native mobile application not much harder than building traditional web-based applications. Unfortunately we are starting to see that mobile application development teams are skipping some of the more important SDLC tasks like those related to Security. The presentation will present some examples of the latest Mobile threats and attacks and the resulting issues. From this information, we will look at existing and emerging mobile application security resources, techniques, and technologies, and will explain how they work and what they cover. This session includes both technical and non-technical information for assessing and addressing secure mobile application development needs. Food, Giveaways, Great Information:

Definitely! Sponsor:

Team Software Team Software has been in business for 22 years developing and selling our financial and labor management software suite. We offer both hosted and locally-installed solutions, serving mostly the janitorial and security guard industries. We have over 400 customers in nearly all states, as well as Canada, Puerto Rico, Grand Cayman Islands, and Jamaica. Our software is used to help secure events such as the Super Bowl and The Masters, as well as entities such as airports, banks, malls and countless other facilities. In 2005, Team became an Employee Owned company, ensuring a successful transition of leadership and business continuity. We currently have 56 employees, and have experienced our greatest growth in the past 3 years. How to attend:

Please RSVP by clicking on the link at the top of the page to indicate that you plan on attending. This helps us know how much food and prizes we need to bring to the meeting! BE SURE TO RSVP AS THE GIVE AWAY DRAWING NAMES WILL BE DRAWN FROM THE LIST OF ATTENDEES WHO RSVP THROUGH THE WEB SITE. Call for Topics and Speakers

As a community-based user group, we encourage involvement from our members (whether it's presenting on a topic, providing topic suggestions, or supporting the group by attending the sessions). If you have a topic that you would like to present or learn more about during a future Omaha .NET Users Group meeting, please let me know. We are always in need of speakers and topics. Thank you, Matt Ruwe

.NET Users Group Co-Leader Brian Olson

.NET Users Group Co-Leader