[Global_chapter_committee] Fwd: Restart of OWASP Brasilia

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Tue Jun 19 00:24:46 UTC 2012


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  From:  "Sarah Baso"<sarah.baso at owasp.org>;
 Date:  Tue, Jun 19, 2012 02:57 AM
 To:  "OWASP Chapters Committee"<global_chapter_committee at lists.owasp.org>; 
 
 Subject:  [Global_chapter_committee] Fwd: Restart of OWASP Brasilia

  
Global Chapters Committee Members - As soon as we get an "ok" on the applications of the following 4 people to restart the Brasilia chapter, we will get things set up for them on the wiki/mailing list/etc.
 

 Thanks,
 Sarah Baso
 
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From: Fabricio Braz <fabricio.braz at gmail.com> 
Date: Mon, Jun 18, 2012 at 1:52 PM
Subject: Re: Restart of OWASP Brasilia
To: Sarah Baso <sarah.baso at owasp.org>
Cc: Diogo Rispoli <drispoli at gmail.com>, klaubert at gmail.com, Kate Hartmann <kate.hartmann at owasp.org>, Breno Silva <breno.silva at gmail.com>


Hello Sarah,

I'm following our information to take over the OWASP Brasilia Chapter. 

  Regards,
 

 Fabricio Braz
 

 

 
1 - Brief statement of ourselves:

  

 
Breno Silva is a computer scientist with over 9 years of experience in Information Security, experienced with a wide range of software development techniques and languages, security systems and network technologies. Breno brings a research history publishing articles in academic conferences like IEEE WIFS, IEEE ICMLC, IEEE INDIN, World Academy of Science, as well industry related conferences like OWASP AppSec Latam, OWASP AppSec Research and Ph-Neutral, involving areas as algorithm design for network anomaly detection mechanisms in high-speed networks, application security and malicious code detection. He was a member of Suricata IPS developer team (next-generation IPS funded by US-Homeland Security). Breno is currently a Security Researcher at Trustwave SpiderLabs Research team and maintainer of Apache ModSecurity. 
 

  
  

 

 
Diogo Rispoli is an application security analyst. He has been working with Java Enterprise Application since 2002, dealing with many businesses, including Finance, Education, Retail, ERP, etc., and projects for the brasilian local market and abroad. From 2008 on, he has focused his effort in the Finance field as an internet banking architect in a brasilian bank. That focus has leaned to application security in 2011, when he got into the software security group of the same institution. Beyond that, he researches software security for medical devices as part of his biometric engineering master course at Universidade de Brasília. 
  
  

 
Fabricio Braz is a co-founder and software security lead from Sr. Nimbus, a small business company focused in software development consulting. He’s been working on the software security field since 2004, helping organizations to leverage their security initiatives. He reached the PhD degree in 2009, researching security patterns in collaboration between Centre for Research in Information Architecture (CPAI) at Universidade de Brasilia and the Security System Engineering Group at Florida Atlantic University. 
 

  
  

 

 
Klaubert Herr is a senior consultant with more than 13 years in the info sec field. He’s been a security architect in many projects related to incident response and security infrastructure such as: DDoS mitigation, network and web application firewall, vpn, IDS/IPS, WiFi security, and VoIP. He is the maintainer of WAF-FLE, a console for ModSecurity. Some of conferences he has spoken include AppSec (Brasil & Latam), CONISLI, SSI. Nowadays he is security consultant at Brasilian Central Bank. 
 

2 - A short explanation of why you want to start a chapter in Brasilia  

   
The Brasilian Federal Government services depend a lot on web based systems. The same is true for the judiciary and the legislative services. The Brasilia city plays a strategic role for all of them, since it’s the place where most of their acquisition decision is taken, and most of their development and operation happen. However, the application security local awareness is almost absent. We could figure it out by talking with government decision makers and a lot of developers we’ve been training since 2010. Just out of curiosity, few developers even heard about OWASP. We believe that an OWASP local chapter could be the mindset change vector, and that’s why we are purposing to assume its leadership. 

 3 - Written acknowledgement - attached!
   

 

 

 

 On Mon, Jun 18, 2012 at 3:30 PM, Sarah Baso <sarah.baso at owasp.org> wrote:
> Diogo, 
>
> Daniel Franca has agreed to have others take over the chapter leadership.
>  So, as soon as we have the requested information from you and Fabricio, we
> can work on getting you set up as the new chapter leaders:
>
> Just a reminder, we will will need from you 1) a brief statement about
> yourself & your background (or resume if it is easier), 2) a short
> explanation of why you want to start a chapter in Brasilia or become
> a chapter leader and 3) written acknowledgement that you have read and agree
> to the terms of
> the Chapter Handbook: https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Chapter_Leader_Handbook (Chapter 2
> is the most critical since it contains the mandatory rules for
> all chapter leaders). 
>
> Thanks,
> Sarah Baso
>
> On Wed, May 30, 2012 at 5:42 PM, Diogo Rispoli <drispoli at gmail.com> wrote:
>>
>> Hi Sarah,
>>
>> Thanks for you answer. Fabricio is on vacation, he will return only june
>> 10th. So, when he arrives in Brasilia, we will meet, talk and produce the
>> things needed.
>>
>> Regards,
>>
>> --
>> Diogo Rispoli
>> Mestrando em Engenharia Biomedica - FGA/UnB
>> Especialista em Sistemas de Informação
>> drispoli at gmail.com 
>> +55 61 8577-3339 
>> “As três coisas mais difíceis no mundo: guardar segredo, perdoar uma
>> injúria e aproveitar o tempo”
>>
>>
>>
>> 2012/5/30 Sarah Baso <sarah.baso at owasp.org>
>>>
>>> Hi Fabricio, Diogo, and Klaubert -
>>> I apologize for the delay in getting back to you regarding your inquiry
>>> on restarting the chapter in Brasilia. The process to restart a chapter is
>>> similar to applying to start a chapter: we will will need from you 1) a
>>> brief statement about yourself & your background (or resume if it is
>>> easier), 2) a short explanation of why you want to start
>>> a chapter in Brasilia or become a chapter leader and 3) written
>>> acknowledgement that you have read and agree to the terms of
>>> the Chapter Handbook: https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Chapter_Leader_Handbook (Chapter 2
>>> is the most critical since it contains the mandatory rules for
>>> all chapter leaders).
>>>
>>> We look forward to hearing from you soon. 
>>>
>>> Regards,
>>> Sarah Baso
>>> --
>>> OWASP Operational Support:
>>> Conference Logistics & Community Relations
>>>
>>> Dir: 312-869-2779 
>>> skype: sarah.baso
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>
>
>
> --
> OWASP Operational Support:
> Conference Logistics & Community Relations
>
> Dir: 312-869-2779 
> skype: sarah.baso
>
>
>
>










 

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