[Owasp-austin] Secure Coding BootCamp, May 29th with Jim Manico

David Hughes david.hughes at owasp.org
Sat Apr 28 13:30:54 UTC 2012

Austin OWASPers,

This is a free event, but seating is very limited so don't wait until
the last minute to sign up!

      May OWASP Training Opportunity - Secure Coding BootCamp

*When:* May 29th, from 1:00pm - 5:00pm

*Topic:*: Secure Coding Bootcamp with Jim Manico

*Details: *This bootcamp provides essential web application security
training for web application software developers and architects. The
class is a combination of lecture and code review. Participants will not
only learn the most common threats against web applications, but more
importantly they will learn how to also fix the problems via
control-based defensive code samples and review. Topics such as
Authentication, Access Control, Crypto, Cross Site Request Forgery,
Cross Site Scripting, Injection Defense, Clickjacking Defense, Session
Management and other topics will be addressed from a defensive


*Jim Manico*

Jim Manico is the VP of Security Architecture for WhiteHat Security. Jim
is part of the WhiteHat Static Analysis Software Testing (SAST) team,
leading the data-driven, Web service portion of the SAST service. He
also provides secure coding and developer awareness training for
WhiteHat using his 7+ years of experience delivering developer-training
courses for SANS, Aspect Security and others.
Jim brings 15 years of database-driven Web software development and
analysis experience to WhiteHat. He has helped deliver Web-centric
software systems for Sun Microsystem, Fox Media (MySpace), several
Fortune 500's, and major NGO financial institutions. He holds expertise
in a variety of areas, includingWeb-based J2EE development, thick-client
and applet-based Java applications, hybrid Java, C++ and Flash
applications, Web-based PHP applications, rich-media Web applications
using advanced Ajax techniques, Python REST Webservice development, and
Database technology using Oracle, MySQL and Postgres.
A host of the OWASP Podcast Series, Jim is the committee chair of the
OWASP Connections Committee and is a significant contributor to various
OWASP projects.
Jim works on the beautiful island of Kauai, Hawaii where he lives with
his wife Tracey.

*Cost:* Free, but seating is limited to about 20 with a 10 or so person
waiting list..

*Location:* National Instruments, 11500 N. Mopac.

*Questions?* contact David Hughes (david.hughes at owasp.org) or Josh Sokol
(Josh.Sokol at owasp.org)

*RSVP:* http://www.eventbrite.com/event/3418744557

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