[Owasp-infrastructure] Fwd: AppSec DC 2012 - FREE CLSSP Training

Mark Bristow mark.bristow at owasp.org
Mon Mar 19 17:42:49 UTC 2012

Gotta love Mailman....

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From: Nick Nikiforakis <nick.nikiforakis at cs.kuleuven.be>
Date: Mon, Mar 19, 2012 at 1:41 PM
Subject: Re: AppSec DC 2012 - FREE CLSSP Training
To: AppSec DC <info at appsecdc.org>

 You have to really fix your act... You can't just send the same email 5
times a day with 3-day old timestamps... enough!

On 15/03/2012 21:46, AppSec DC wrote:


AppSec DC 2012 (http://www.AppSecDC.org <http://www.appsecdc.org/>), the
East Coast's premier information security conference, has added a full
roster of training seminars to its four-day schedule of discussions and
events. The seminars will be a mixture of one- and two-day sessions
organized by OWASP in order to serve both its membership and the broader
technology community. As a special offering, OWASP has aligned with (ISC)²,
the world’s largest information security professional body and
administrators of the CSSLP <https://www.isc2.org/cissp/default.aspx>®, on
a free seminar for all AppSec DC attendees.  AppSec's DC's training
seminars will be held on April 2-3 before the plenary sessions. Information
on OWASP's free seminar with (ISC)² for all AppSec DC attendees is as

*Certified Secure Software Lifecycle Professional (CSSLP) Clinic (*)*

 - Tuesday, April 3, 1-5 PM

WHY YOU SHOULD REGISTER: Educate yourself in Secure Software Design and
Development, two of the seven domains found in the CSSLP certification,
held by over 1,000 secure software professionals worldwide and recently
labeled the “Holy Grail” of secure software development certifications by
analyst David Foote. This session will provide an in-depth education of
these two tough domains of the CSSLP and will cover the skills and
knowledge needed to design and develop secure code. In the Secure Software
Design domain, attendees will learn the fundamentals of design principles,
when applied, will save costly rework. The Secure Software Development
domain will discuss the OWASP Top 10 threats and how to mitigate them

The CSSLP contains seven domains focusing on the fundamental topics needed
to develop secure software. CSSLPs are professionals who have validated
their competency in incorporating security into each phase of the software

(*) Please note that all attendees of the free seminar must pre-register at
the AppSecDC site: http://appsecdc.org/training/

*Other training sessions include:*

•   Building Secure Android Apps

•   The Art of Exploiting Injection Flaws

•   Assessing and Exploiting Web Applications with Samurai-WTF

•   Secure Web Application Development Training

•   Source Code Analysis – Discovering Vulnerabilities in Web 2.0, HTML5,

•   Practical Threat Modeling

•   Mobile Hacking and Securing

•   WebAppSec: Developing Secure Web Applications

•   Virtual Patching Workshop

•   Complete list of seminars: and additional information at

OWASP strives to provide world-class training for a variety of skill levels
and interests at its conferences. From the novice to the expert, developers
to managers, there is a training course for you. Classes will begin at 9 AM
each day and run until 5 PM. Please check each course for required
materials and whether a course is one or two days.

OWASP AppSec DC attracts a worldwide audience. Executives from Fortune 500
firms along with technical thought leaders such as security architects and
lead developers will be traveling to hear the cutting-edge ideas presented
by Information Security’s top talent.

Along with training seminars, AppSec DC 2012 has also lined up a robust
list of speakers, including representatives from Homeland Security,
LivingSocial.com and thought-leaders such as Dan Geer, Creator of the Index
of Cyber Security (2011) and the Cyber Security Decision Market (2011),
among other accomplishments. Past conferences have drawn more than 700
technologists from Government, Financial Services, Media, Pharmaceuticals,
Healthcare, Technology, and many other verticals.  A full schedule can be
found at http://appsecdc.org/2012schedule/

Sponsored by Aspect Security, Securicon, MANDIANT, Trustwave SpiderLabs,
Secure Ideas, and nVisium Security, AppSec DC is hosted by the Washington,
D.C. chapter of Open Web & Application Security Project (OWASP), a 501c3
Not-For-Profit, is an open-source application security project made up of
corporations, educational organizations, and individuals from around the
world. Providing free, vendor-neutral, practical, cost-effective
application security guidelines, the organization has become the de facto
standards body for application security over the past decade.

To attend OWASP AppSec DC 2012, visit:
register at
http://reg.appsecdc.org. To become a member of OWASP or a sponsor of AppSec
DC 2012, kindly drop us a note at:
sponsors at appsecdc.org<https://mail.google.com/mail/u/1/html/AppData/Local/Microsoft/Windows/Temporary%20Internet%20Files/AppData/Local/Microsoft/Windows/Temporary%20Internet%20Files/Content.Outlook/KSRBNLSA/[email protected]>

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Best regards, OWASP

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Mark Bristow
(703) 596-5175
mark.bristow at owasp.org

OWASP Global Conferences Committee Chair - http://is.gd/5MTvF
OWASP DC Chapter Co-Chair - http://is.gd/5MTwu
AppSec DC Organizer - https://www.appsecdc.org
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