[Owasp-austin] Secure Tacos

Josh Sokol josh.sokol at ni.com
Wed Jun 29 17:34:59 EDT 2011


Over the last year and a half we've done a lot with Austin OWASP to try 
and do more with and for the security community in addition to the monthly 
meetings.  We now have regular happy hours, weekly study groups, a free 
half-day seminar, and a kickass conference.  A co-worker gave me an idea 
today and in an effort to commit myself to even more security fun, I 
wanted to throw it out to you all to see if it interests people.

I'm going to tentatively call the idea "Secure Tacos" because it combines 
my passion for security with my love for the Don Juan breakfast taco at 
Juan in a Million (http://www.juaninamillion.com).  Basically, it could be 
weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, or whatever, but we'd meet on a fairly regular 
basis in the morning for breakfast and to talk about the latest news in 
security.  You know, whatever the hot topic for the week is.  Anonymous, 
0-day, acquisitions, cool tools....anything security related.  We'd do it 
in the morning at say 8 AM and it'd only last an hour or so.  Good idea? 
Bad idea?  Let me know if you're interested.

Sincerely,

Josh Sokol (CISSP, CCNA, GWAS)
Information Security Program Owner
National Instruments
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