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OWASP Delaware

Welcome to the Delaware chapter homepage. The chapter leader is David Rhoades
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Meeting Info

When: Thursday, July 10, 2014 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM

Where: Wilmington University – New Castle Campus 320 N. DuPont Highway New Castle, DE 19720 Look at the campus map here: [1]

Room 309 on the 3rd floor in the DAC building (Doberstein Admissions Center). It is building #9 on campus map. Parking should be available, and no parking permit is needed.


Agenda: The June 2014 meeting was cozy, with about 10 people in attendance, and included a presentation and a small CTF. This meeting is expected to be slightly larger, and should include free food (assuming we find a nearby room where it can be consumed …that’s being worked out now). All OWASP chapter meetings, like this one, are open to the public without charge (i.e. free). You do not need to be a member of OWASP. You just need to be (at least mildly) interested in web application security. Secure coding, web app assessments, software development life cycles, privacy policies, etc.


Approx. agenda:

- Encore presentation of “How to build a robust Application Security Model for free” or “Why security consultants are blood sucking parasites” ;-)

- Getting your foo on: a turbo talk to illustrate a specific web app sec task

- Free food (nuff said)

We are always looking for people willing to share their experience via a short presentation. It’s never too late to get on the agenda.

Send comments & questions to david.rhoades@owasp.org