[Owasp-boston] two local security events

Weiler, Jim Jim.Weiler at Staples.com
Mon Sep 19 11:27:53 EDT 2005

Thanks to Mark O'Neill, CTO of Vordel (our July speaker) for tip #2 below.
1. New England Electronic Crimes Task Force - Thursday, October 27, 2005
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 at usss.treas.gov> 



NET Quarterly Meeting Agenda



Steven Ricciardi                                          Welcome and
Opening Remarks  

Special Agent in Charge                                 

United States Secret Service

Boston Field Office


Attorney Generals Office                           New Hampshire Cybercrime

District of New Hampshire                       


Andrew MacPherson                                  Examining the Cyber
Capabilities of 

Assistant Research Professor                          Islamic Terrorist

University of New Hampshire,                       



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. Software Development 2005 - volunteers get free day at conference
If people want to go for free, there is a way: they are looking for
volunteers. Apparently they are short on volunteers, so pass the word
There are many security talks on the program, but these 3 look particularly
good and are all on Thursday:
Exploiting Software: How to Break Code
Software Security Testing
This one by John Viega:
Building System Security Requirements:
Here are the details: 

  Volunteers play an essential role throughout this event. Don't miss this
opportunity to be a     
  part of the #1 conference for software developers!

  Attend SD Best Practices 2005 by becoming a Conference Volunteer.
Volunteering not only allows   
  you to meet and mingle with other developers; it allows you to attend
conference sessions and    
  events in exchange for your work. For each day you volunteer you will be
allowed to attend a day
  of the conference at no cost. The program is based on a day for day
exchange. Unfortunately, we  
  cannot accommodate half-day exchanges.

  Volunteer commitment

        One day of volunteer commitment = one day conference attendance.
Minimum of 2 days         
        volunteer commitment required.

        In addition to volunteer days, attend MANDATORY volunteer training
session on Sunday,      
        Sept. 25, 2005 from 1:30 - 5pm.

  Duties include

        Monitoring conference sessions

        Distribute and collect speaker evaluations

        Provide assistance to the instructors, as needed (distributing
handouts, calling on        
        technical support, etc.)

        Assisting conference attendees with their questions

        Handle miscellaneous projects as needed

  Conference Information

        Volunteer Dates: September 25-29, 2005

        Location: Hynes Convention Center, Boston, MA

        Volunteer Hours: Approximately 7:00am to 5:30pm (specific hours will
be assigned)          
  Fill out the volunteer registration form to apply.


  If you have any further questions regarding the volunteer program, please
contact Phoenix Reed   
  at preed at cmp.com <mailto:preed at cmp.com> . 

Jim Weiler
Staples North American Application Services
Application Architect
508 2533884
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