[Global_chapter_committee] Fwd: Restart of OWASP Brasilia

Tin Zaw tin.zaw at owasp.org
Tue Jun 19 00:39:42 UTC 2012


OK by me. Thank you.

On Mon, Jun 18, 2012 at 5:24 PM, Ivy <ivy at owasp.org.cn> wrote:
> OK
>
> ------------------ Original ------------------
> 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
>
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> 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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> OWASP Operational Support:
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>
> Dir: 312-869-2779
> skype: sarah.baso
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