Monday, June 17, 2013
OWASP AppSec Research - Registration now open
The OWASP AppSec Research 2013 (https://appsec.eu), *the* web application security conference, will take place from 20 – 23 August 2013, Tuesday – Friday in Hamburg, Germany
Registration has just been opened. Early Bird closes at July 1st, so hurry up! Register here: https://appsec.eu/registration/.
Here are the outlines of the agenda. The training will be on 20/21 August, the conference 22/23 August 2013.
And last but not least: Trainers with outstanding international reputation!
Exciting Conference program highlights (appsec.eu/program/talk-teaser/)
* David Ross (Microsoft): inventor of the XSS filter in IE8+
* Yvan Boily (Mozilla): Application Security Manager @ Mozilla talking about the new security testing framework Minion
* Nick Nikiforakis (University Leuven): Web fingerprinting and privacy
* Taras Ivashchenko (Yandex): Content Security Policy
* Chris Eng (Veracode): Real-World Agile SDLC
* Simon Bennetts (Mozilla/OWASP): What's new in OWASP Zed Attack Proxy
* Dave Wichers (Aspect/OWASP): OWASP Top 10 – 2013
* Jim Manico (WhiteHat/OWASP): Top 10 Proactive Controls
And last but not least the HackPra AllStars track (appsec.eu/hackpra-allstars/) with prolific speakers and top-tier researchers in the field of web-security around Mario Heiderich, Gareth Heyes, Michele Orrú etc.
Register now: https://appsec.eu/registration/!
This surely very exciting conference will take place in the surely most exciting and most beautiful city of Germany: Hamburg (https://appsec.eu/about-hamburg/). With river and canal cruises, Europe’s second biggest harbour as part of the city, famous streets for nightlife, a vibrating cultural life, as well as a strong creative and tech industry presence, Hamburg is the ideal location to spur innovative thinking and knowledge sharing at the OWASP Appsec Research 2013 conference.
OWASP is the foremost web app security organization in the world, with thousands of members globally, including some of the biggest names in the industry. The goals of OWASP are to make web applications safe and to educate users, developers, governments, and business leaders on how to protect vulnerable information and avoid dangerous hacks that can cost millions of Euros to fix.
More information you will find at https://appsec.eu. We are looking forward to you!
For any question do not hesitate to contact us: email@example.com.
Your OWASP AppSec Research Team.
P.S.: Become an OWASP member now and save up to 60 € on the admission fee (https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Membership)!
Special thanks go to our sponsors, who help making the conference possible:
Some places are left! In case of interest please send us a quick note to firstname.lastname@example.org
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Hewlett Packard – http://www.hpenterprisesecurity.com/
Imperva – http://www.imperva.com/
Barracuda – https://www.barracuda.com/
SecureNet – http://www.securenet.de/
Checkmarx – http://www.checkmarx.com/
Acunetix – http://www.acunetix.com/
Schutzwerk – http://www.schutzwerk.com/
Tele-Consulting – http://www.tele-consulting.com/
Trustwave – https://www.trustwave.com/
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