[Owasp-austin] Youre invited: iSEC Partners Open Forum 9/4 6-9pm

Cassie Park cassie at isecpartners.com
Tue Aug 26 13:28:22 UTC 2014


Hi OWASP Austin,

It was great seeing some of you at our last event! We are hosting another iSEC Partners Open Forum next Thursday and would like to extend the invitation to OWASPers and other security minded people from the local community. Per usual, the event is free, food and beverages provided. This is a strictly informational/networking event - no sales. Check the info below for more information.

All the best,

Cassie Park
Associate Security Engineer
iSEC Partners
cassie at isecpartners.com<mailto:cassie at isecpartners.com>
cassie.park at owasp.org<mailto:cassie.park at owasp.org>




iSEC Partners would like to extend an invitation to the next iSEC Partners Open Forum Thursday 9/4 here in downtown Austin. Come on down to relax at our new venue and watch some top notch speakers. Food and libations provided. See the link below for additional details and to RSVP. Hope to see you there!

http://www.meetup.com/iSEC-Partners-Open-Forum-Austin/events/202165092/ - RSVPs requested

DATE: 9/4
TIME: 6pm-9pm
LOCATION: Vulcan Gas Company
ADDRESS: 418 E. 6th Street (Old Pecan Street) Austin, TX 78701
EVENT SPACE: http://vulcanatx.com<http://vulcanatx.com/private-events>
SPEAKERS:

*         Travis Farral - Oil and Gas Industry - Fun and Profit With the Collective Intelligence Framework

*         jgor - The University of Texas at Austin - HIDe YO CARDS - sniffing + cloning HID iCLASS proximity cards

*         Tony Cargile - iSEC Partners - DNS-Based Authentication of Named Entities (DANE): Can we fix our broken CA model?

About us:
The iSEC Open Security Forum is an informal and open venue for the discussion and presentation of security related research and tools, and an opportunity for security researchers from all fields to get together and share work and ideas. The Forum meets quarterly in the Bay Area, Seattle, New York City and Austin. Forum agendas are crafted with the specific needs/interests of its members in mind and consist of brief 20-30 minute talks. Talks are not product pitches or strongly vendor preferential. Attendance is by invite only and is limited to engineers and technical managers. Any area of security is welcome including reversing, secure development, new techniques or tools, application security, cryptography, etc.
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