[Owasp-cambridge] OWASP Cambridge Speakers

Adrian Winckles Adrian.Winckles at owasp.org
Tue Feb 19 08:57:25 UTC 2019


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We would like to invite potential speakers to present talks at our upcoming
OWASP Cambridge Chapter (@OwaspCambs) events. We typically hold events 8-10
times a year, often a Tuesday evening once a month and sometimes a themed
day event January, May/June and September.

The events we have schedule for the next few months are:

   - Tuesday 26th February 5 – 9pm (unlikley)
   - Mid March - Tuesday 12th March 5pm - 9pm
   - Early April - Tuesday 9th April 5pm - 9pm
   - Mid May - Tuesday 14th May 5pm - 9pm

Most of our events are hosted at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge with
the School of Computing & Information Science’s Cyber Security & Networking
Research Group (@ARUCyberRes)

We often hold joint events with BCS East Anglia Region, BCS Cybercrime
Forensics (@BCSForensics), BCS DevSecOps, IISP East Region, ISC2 East,
ISACA and others. We would love to put joint events on with other groups as
well.

OWASP mainly focuses on these 3 tracks:

   - Builders
   - Breakers
   - Defenders

As a guideline we invite talks on the following topics (not an exhaustive
list):

·     Novel web/mobile/network vulnerabilities and countermeasures (note:
no zero-days, any vulnerabilities must be responsibly disclosed prior to
presenting at OWASP events)

·     New technologies, paradigms, frameworks, tools

·     OWASP tools or projects - new and existing, best practices and
experience of implementing them in your company/organisation

·     Agile Security and Continuous Integration

·     Secure development: frameworks, best practices, secure coding,
methods, processes, standards, SDLC, code review

·     AppSec Pipeline - Automation and Orchestration

·     Threat modelling

·     AI and Machine Learning in Application Security

·     Browser security

·     IoT security and AppSec

·     JavaScript/Node.JS security

·     Mobile security and security for the mobile web

·     Threat Intelligence & AppSec

·     Cloud security, Container security

·     REST/SOAP and API security

·     Security of frameworks

·     Payment Security, PCI impact on AppSec, tools, frameworks, best
practices

·     Blockchain & AppSecurity

·     Cryptography and its use (and abuse) in Mobile and Web Apps

·     Data Privacy, Governance , GDPR & AppSec, GDPR & Developers

·     Management topics: Managing Secure Software Development Life Cycle
(SDLC), Managing Application Security initiatives, Developer Training

·     Pen-testing Tales/War Stories

·     Technology Walkthroughs

·     Cyber & Risk Frameworks

·     Incident Response/Forensics

·     Social Engineering & OS Intelligence

·     IoT & Scada Security/Critical National Infrastructure

·     Reverse Engineering

·     Capture the Flag Competitions & Secure Coding Tournaments



Recommended talk duration is 45 minutes with additional 10-15 minutes for
any live demos and Q&A.

We also encourage short “lightning” talks: 5-10 minutes in duration.

If you would like to present a talk at future OWASP Cambridge Chapter
meetings please review and agree with the OWASP Speaker Agreement here
<https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Speaker_Agreement>and contact the OWASP
Cambridge Chapter Leaders via e-mail: adrian.winckles at owasp.org &
steven.van.der.baan at owasp.org with the following details:

1. The title of your proposed talk (up to 12 words)

2. The abstract summarising your proposed talk (70-150 words)

3. The speaker bio (70-150 words)



Please note that you can also pair up with a colleague and present a joint
talk.

Please ensure that your talk is objective, stresses open source approaches,
and avoids unnecessary references to any commercial offerings of your
company.

We are looking forward to hearing from you.

Adrian & Steven
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