[Owasp-twincities] January meeting cancelled: Bi-Monthly beginning Feb 14

Gunnar Peterson gunnar at arctecgroup.net
Wed Jan 11 06:25:45 EST 2006

For a future meeting it would be fun to see if Mick Bauer (Paranoid  
Penguin columnist in Linux Journal and O'Reilly author) to talk about  
securing Linux Web Servers. I emailed him, and perhaps Joe could also  
see if he would be game?


On Jan 8, 2006, at 10:57 PM, Robert E Sullivan wrote:

> The January meeting is cancelled.
> (Thanks for the suggestion Sam and others)
> Beginning Feb 14 we will have bi-monthly meetings.
> I have attached the Feb. agenda. Our goal will be to have the  
> agenda's done a month before the meetings.
> OWASP-TwinCities Agenda: Feburary 14, 6:00 p.m. Golden Valley Library
> 1. Speaker/Main Topic
> Topic: Threat Modeling in DREAD
> Speaker: Joe Teff, CISSP, SCJP
> Joe does security code review, security consulting and corporate  
> information security at Wells Fargo.
> 2. Book:
> Choose a book to read and discuss. Here is a list to start with:
> (I took recent, multi-platform books from the list at  
> www.webappsec.org/web_security_books.shtml)
> Innocent Code: A Security Wake-Up Call for Web Programmers by  
> Sverre H. Huseby, John Wiley & Sons, 2/5/2004, 246pp
> HackNotes(tm) Web Security Pocket Reference by Mike Shema,  
> 6/30/2003, 240pp
> Improving Web Application Security: Threats and Countermeasures by  
> Microsoft Corporation, Microsoft, 9/24/2003, 958pp
> Web Application Security Assessment by I. Chaudhry, S. Clarke, S.  
> Veney, E. Rachner, J. Sutton, Microsoft, 8/13/2003, 300pp
> How to Break Software Security by James A. Whittaker and Herbert H.  
> Thompson, 5/9/2003 208pp
> Exploiting Software : How to Break Code by Greg Hoglund and Gary  
> McGraw, 2/17/2004 512pp
> 3. Demonstration:
> Bob Sullivan will show SQL Injection and Cross Site Scripting  
> WebGoat lessons.
> Other WebGoat demonstrations will be welcome.
> 4. Conference presentation planning
> We will discuss plans for the MN-ISSA conference May 17 & 18.
> Your comments to the list are welcome, especially if you have a  
> book or topic to suggest.
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