[Owasp-boston] OWASP Boston - local security event; job offer

Weiler, Jim Jim.Weiler at Staples.com
Thu Oct 6 16:45:06 EDT 2005


1. The New England Electronic Crimes Task Force 
 
will host the next Quarterly Meeting at: 
 
Tip O'Neill Building
10 Causeway St, Boston
First Floor Auditorium
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Thursday October 27th, 2005
 
A continental breakfast will be offered. 
 
Please RSVP by October 13th, 2005.
 
RSVP's can be made to our e-mail address at bosnet.bosnet at usss.dhs.gov
<mailto:bosnet.bosnet at usss.dhs.gov>  
 
Future messages are forthcoming and will include directions.
 
Please contact Mark Eberhart at 617-303-3526 or Jill Leavens at 617-303-5649
with any questions.
 
 
Steven Ricciardi                                          Welcome and
Opening Remarks  

Special Agent in Charge                                 

United States Secret Service

Boston Field Office

 

Attorney Generals Office                           New Hampshire Cybercrime
Initiative   

District of New Hampshire                       

 

Andrew MacPherson                                  Examining the Cyber
Capabilities of 

Assistant Research Professor                          Islamic Terrorist
Groups

University of New Hampshire,                       

Justiceworks

 

Short Break                                        (15 minutes)

 

Jim Otto                                                         Improving
Information Sharing 

Special Agent                                                  

United States Secret Service

Criminal Intelligence Manager

 

Open Table Discussion                             

 

Timothy Buckley                                        Closing Remarks

Assistant to the Special Agent in Charge       

United States Secret Service

Boston Field Office

 

 
 
2. Our October speaker, Prateek Mishra, technical chair of the OASIS SAML
committee, also has a job opening - 
Requirements:

Minimum of five years experience in developing enterprise-level 

software. Working knowledge of products based on

identity (e.g., LDAP), security (e.g., AAA, crypto basics), and XML 

required. Ability to communicate in both speech and writing is essential.

Responsibilities:

Participate in standards bodies, help define and research new technology
directions,

evangelize technology within and without the company. Upto 25% travel
required.

Location:

Flexible, but (US) East or West Coast preferred.

Responses to: Prateek.Mishra at oracle.com <mailto:Prateek.Mishra at oracle.com> 

 
 
Jim Weiler
Staples North American Delivery
Application Architect
508 2533884
 
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