[Owasp-austin] [Reminder] Austin OWASP Meeting @ Tue Jul 29 11:30 – 13:00 ()

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Title: Austin OWASP Meeting 
Time: Tue Jul 29 11:30 – 13:00 (Timezone: Central Time)
Where: Whole Foods Downtown
Description: When: July 29th, 2008, 11:30am - 1:00pm Who: Whurley and MandoWilliam Hurley is the Chief Architect of Open Source Strategy at BMC Software, Inc. Also known as "whurley", he is responsible for creating BMC's open source agenda and overseeing the company's participation in various free and open source software communities to advance the adoption and integration of BSM solutions. A technology visionary and holder of 11 important patents, whurley brings 16 years of experience in developing groundbreaking technology. He is the Chairman of the Open Management Consortium, a non-profit organization advancing the adoption, development, and integration of open source systems management. Named an IBM Master Inventor, whurley has received numerous awards including an IBM Pervasive Computing Award and Apple Computer Design Award.Mando Escamilla is the Chief Software Architect at Symbiot, Inc.  He is responsible for the technical vision and architecture for the Symbiot product line as well as the technical direction for the openSIMS project.  He stands (mostly firmly) on the shoulders of giants at Symbiot and he hopes to not embarrass himself.Topic: The rebirth of openSIMS http://opensims.sourceforge.net Correlation, visualization, and remediation with a network effectOpenSIMS has a sordid history. The project was originally a way for tying together the open source tools used for security management into a common infrastructure. Then the team added a real-time RIA for a new kind of analysis and visualization of enterprise network security (winning them an Apple Design Award in 2004). Then out of nowhere the project went dark. Now, Mando Escamilla (Symbiot/openSIMS) and whurley give you a look at the future of openSIMS as a services layer and explain why community centric security is valuable to your enterprise.Where: Whole Foods, 550 Bowie Street, Austin, TX 78703.  Come to the Whole Foods plaza level and sign in with receptionist. To get to the plaza take the stairs from the main entrance.  The stairs are located on the West Side of the building, just north of the main entrance.  There is no access to the Plaza level from inside the store.See [http://tinylink.com/?chLCAmvxKA directions to Whole Foods]. Cost: Always FreeQuestions or help with Directions... call: Scott Foster 512-637-9824.-- J. H. Wickett

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