Tuesday, July 23, 2013

AppSecUSA 2013

Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) is an open-source, not-for-profit application security organization made up of corporations, educational organizations, and individuals from around the world. Providing free, vendor-neutral, practical, cost-effective application security guidance, the organization is the de-facto standards body for web application security used by developers and organizations globally.

Join 2,500+ attendees. Executives from the Fortune 500, thought leaders, security architects and developers, gather to share cutting-edge ideas, initiatives and technology advancements.
  • Two days of training and two day conference
  • Four tracks focusing on the core OWASP mission (Builder, Breaker, Defender)
  • Keynote addresses by world renowned Industry experts
  • Exhibit area offering solutions to your application security challenges
  • Global Reach: OWASP supports 30,000+ individual participants, more than 65 organizational and 60 academic supporters via 200 local chapters in 75+ countries across 6 continents.


Visiting NYC

Important to all Industries: Access to key representatives and decision-makers from major Financial Services, Insurance, e-Commerce, Retail, Pharmaceutical, and Government sectors
World renowned speakers

OWASP AppSec 2013 provides sponsors exclusive access to its audience in New York City through a limited number of exhibit spaces.

OWASP events attract a worldwide audience interested in “what’s next?” — As an OWASP Conference sponsor, your brand will be included as an answer.

Sponsorship opportunities feature significant discounts for OWASP members, providing year-round access to web application security’s top thinkers and the use of OWASP materials in product and service delivery. All proceeds support the conference and the mission of the OWASP Foundation (501c3 Not-For-Profit), driving funding for research grants, tools and documents, local chapters, and more. 

For more information visit http://appsecusa.org/2013/sponsors/

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