[OWASP-Columbia] OWASP Connector

Frank Catucci frank.catucci at owasp.org
Thu Nov 3 10:32:41 UTC 2016


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> Each year OWASP recognizes the many volunteers who dedicate countless hours to share, improve, and strengthen the OWASP mission. Some of these individuals are well known to the community, but due to our global nature, many others are not. The purpose of the WASPY (Web Application Security Persons of the Year) Awards is to bring recognition to those who "FLY UNDER THE RADAR". These are the individuals who are passionate about OWASP, who contribute hours of their own free time to the organization to help improve the cyber-security world, yet seem to go unrecognized.
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> The 2016 winners are:
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> Open/Leading Category: Everything at OWASP is radically transparent - from our finances to our code. This award goes to a member of the OWASP community who has supported the OWASP mission of transparency through their influence, management, and leadership in the community. This might be a chapter or project leader or may be someone who has worked within the community.
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>   Jeremy Long - Jeremy wrote a tool, donated it to OWASP and in 2016 the OWASP Dependency Check project was promoted to become one of the OWASP Flagship projects. The OWASP Dependency Check is a utility that identifies project dependencies and checks if there are any known, publicly disclosed, vulnerabilities. Currently Java and .NET are supported; additional experimental support has been added for Ruby, Node.js, Python, and limited support for C/C++ build systems (autoconf and cmake). The tool can be part of a solution to the OWASP Top 10 2013 A9 - Using Components with Known Vulnerabilities.
> Integrity/Learning Category: OWASP is an honest and truthful, vendor neutral, global community. This award goes to an individual who recognizes the benefits of the power of the collective community within OWASP, who challenges the status quo, and generates an excitement in the learning community.
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>   Eoin Keary - Eoin gives up his free time to run free security training sessions within the community in Dublin. He is dedicated to spreading the OWASP message within Dublin
> Innovation/Sharing CategoryOWASP encourages and supports innovation and experiments for solutions to software security challenges. This award goes to an individual who has inspired and encouraged others in the arena of software security with innovative and cutting edge solutions to software security challenges.
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>   Owen Pendlebury - Owen has been involved in the OWASP Foundation since 2009. Owen has served as an active and dedicated chapter leader in Dublin, organizing regular activities for the chapter. Owen is also involved in outreach and participates in the OWASP AppSec EU planning team as well as outreach through speaking/participation in non-OWASP events.
> Global/Growing Category: Around the world, OWASP encourages and supports innovation and experiments for solutions to software security challenges. This award goes to an individual who truly represents the OWASP Global scope and recognizes the importance of growth. The nominee reaches out beyond the OWASP circle to raise awareness of software security in locations outside of the OWASP comfort zone.
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>   Kathy Thaxton - Kathy has been THE key leader for SnowFROC (an annual event held by the Denver OWASP Chapter) for many years. SnowFROC 2016 drew over 200 attendees from Colorado, Arizona, Utah, Wyoming, and New York including ITSec operators, QA/testers, Developers, Auditors, & Managers. Kathy's contribution was so profound and her reputation for organizing a FUN, well-planned, LEARNING event is so great that planning she has been invited to assist other security organizations with their event planning.
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> OWASP VBScan Version 0.1.7 Released
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> Why OWASP VBScan?
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> What's New in Version 0.1.7?
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> Updated exploit database
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> Added Full Path Disclosure (FPD) module
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> If you have an idea to grow the project or have found a bug, please contact the project leader Mohammad Reza Espargham
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> AppSecEu 2017 Calls for Presentations and Training Now Open
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> The call for presentations and trainings are now open for AppSecEu 2017, which will take place in Belfast from May 8th to 12th 2017. OWASP's Global AppSec events serve a diverse audience of security professionals at all stages of their careers. We seek interesting perspectives and training to drive visibility and evolution in the safety and security of the world’s software. You can read more about the CFP and CFT on the OWASP Blog or at the AppSec Europe website.
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> AppSec California; Sun, Sand, Security
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> We are excited to invite you to join us for the 4th Annual AppSec California, a unique Southern California OWASP event on the beach dedicated to raising the bar in application security January 23-25, 2017. More information is available on the OWASP Blog.
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> German OWASP Day: November 28 - 29, 2016, Darmstadt, Germany
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> Inside Dark Web: November 1 - November 2, 2016, Washington, DC - OWASP members save 25% by using discount code: OWASP
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> All Day DevOps: November 15, 2016, Virtual Online
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> def[dev]eu: November 18 - 19, 2016, Budapest - OWASP members save 50% by registering HERE
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> (ISC)2 Secure Dubai: November 22, 2016, Dubai - OWASP members save 10% by using the discount code: ISC2DUBSOWASP
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> (ISC)2 Secure London: December 6, 2016, London - OWASP members save 10% by using the discount code: ISC2LONSOWASP
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> (ISC)2 Secure Croatia: December 15, Croatia - OWASP members save 10% by using the discount code: ISC2EEWASP
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> IoT Tech Expo Global 2017: January 23 - 24, 2017, Olympia, London - OWASP member save 20% by using discount code: OWASP20
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> SC Congress New York: May 2, 2017, New York, NY
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> We are excited to invite you to join us on the beach for the 4th Annual AppSec California.
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> WHAT: A unique Southern California OWASP event on the beach dedicated to raising the bar in application security.
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> WHEN: January 23-25, 2017
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> WHERE: On the beach at the Annenberg Beach House - 415 Pacific Coast Hwy, Santa Monica, CA 90402
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> AppSec California combines a dynamic mix of training and education delivered by some of the industry's top experts in secure application development and web application security.
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> Information security professionals, developers, and QA and testing professionals from around the world will gather at the Annenberg Beach House where they will participate in full-day trainings, enjoy invigorating and inspiring talks, engage in thought-provoking conversations, and make new friends.
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> Learn more at the OWASP Blog
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> OWASP Bucharest hosted their OWASP Day which included a 7 team CTF, 4 talks, and 4 trainings.
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> Radu Caragea won first place at the CTF.
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> This OWASP Day's events were filled nearly to capacity
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> Congratulations to the amazing orginizing team on your successful event!
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