Denim Group Principal, John Dickson, To Present at CSI 2007 “Black Box versus White Box: Different App Testing Strategies”

Denim Group, a market-leading IT consultancy specializing in custom software development, systems integration and application security, announced today that Principal John Dickson will be delivering a presentation on application security assessment approaches at CSI 2007, the annual Computer Security Institute conference.

John Dickson will present “Black Box versus White Box: Different App Testing Strategies” as part of the Apps and Endpoints conference track. His presentation will examine the benefits and drawbacks of a number of security assessment strategies including white box testing, black box testing, static analysis and dynamic analysis. The presentation is scheduled for November 6, from 10:30-11:45 a.m.

“It is a privilege to be among the leaders speaking at CSI 2007,” says John Dickson. “This conference will be an excellent opportunity for us to share some of Denim Group’s observations on the evolving application security market.”

The conference will take place November 3-9 at the Hyatt Regency Crystal City in Arlington, VA.

About Denim Group

Denim Group, an IT consultancy specializing in custom software development, systems integration, and application security, serves a national and international client base of commercial and public sector organizations in industries including financial services, banking, insurance, healthcare and defense. With over forty years experience in large-scale software development projects and information security, the principals are recognized experts in their fields and founded the San Antonio chapter of the Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP). The San Antonio Business Journal recognized Denim Group as the Fastest Growing Company in San Antonio in 2006. For more information about Denim Group visit https://www.denimgroup.com.