[ OWASP - Montreal ] February 3rd - Getting to Know the Software Assurance Marketplace (SWAMP)
jonathan.marcil at owasp.org
Tue Jan 13 23:19:56 UTC 2015
OWASP Montreal - February 3rd - Getting to Know the Software Assurance
MAIN PRESENTER: Pat Beyer
ABSTRACT: This presentation will provide an overview and demo of the
Software Assurance Marketplace (SWAMP), including our goals, intended
audience, current capabilities, and future plans. We will cover our
relationship with OWASP, incorporation of open-source software assurance
tools, and status as an open-source project and resource available to
the software community. Visit https://continuousassurance.org/ to learn
more about us.
BIO: Pat Beyer serves as the Product Manager for the Software Assurance
Marketplace (SWAMP). With over 25 years of experience successfully
managing multi-million dollar global projects, Beyer’s expertise extends
to the IT, construction, and operations sectors, with a specialization
in managing government contracts and grants. He is a decorated combat
veteran of the Global War on Terror, the international military campaign
that started following the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the United States.
Beyer also holds a Bachelor of Science, a Masters in Business
Administration, a Ph.D. in Organization and Management, and a Project
Management Professional (PMP) certification.
WHEN: Tuesday, February 3rd 2014
WHERE: Room PK-1140 - UQAM Pavillon Président-Kennedy, 201 Avenue du
Président-Kennedy J2X 3Y7
ACADEMIC PARTNER: AGEEI-UQAM - http://www.ageei.org/
18:25-18:30 Welcome speech by Chapter Leader (Jonathan Marcil)
18:30-20:00 Main session: Getting to Know the Software Assurance
20:00-... End of the meeting
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