Monday, June 2, 2014

Hi all,

AppSecEU 2014 is approaching quickly and we have lots of great speakers and exciting presentations and trainings for you.
Your opportunity to discuss with the best in our field, hear the latest security tech presentations and learn and have a lot of fun.

This year AppSecEU will be in Cambridge, just a short 1-hour train ride from London.
We got a great venue at Anglia Ruskin University’s Cambridge campus and will on June-25 have a stylish conference dinner in the Victorian Gothic style Great Hall at Homerton College. An evening event not to miss. :-)

AppSecEU 2014
Date: June 23-26
Venue: Cambridge, Anglia Ruskin University

Conference (June-25/26)

The main conference will be on June 25th and 26th with lots of amazing keynote speakers flying in, and tech talks about the latest on mobile security, hacking web applications and how to defend them, to management topics like lots of best practices and stuff that works. And while there, you'll have the opportunity to meet and discuss with your peers and industry experts and also visit tables from our sponsors in the hallway, who will show their latest tools and products at the exhibition hall.
Trainings (June-23/24)
Before that on June-23th and 24th we have 1- and 2-day training classes and bootcamps where you can dive deep into the technical problems and learn from the leading experts in the field 
(and see how deep the rabbit hole goes). The classes will be about mobile app security, injection flaws, WebHacking, defensive programming and writing secure code, up to management trainings about openSAMM and a CISO training about managing application security for senior managers.

Here the link to the conference page:

And for your registration:

(For your convenience, we also secured a block of very affordable rooms close to the venue - but better book quickly as they go fast.)

Please spread the word among your colleagues and friends and looking forward to seeing you all end of June in Cambridge!


Tobias Gondrom
OWASP Global Board Member

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