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OWASP Khartoum, Sudan

Welcome to the Khartoum, Sudan chapter homepage. The chapter leaders are Asim Jaweesh, Ali Hussein, Ayman Babiker, Ahmed Abbas and Obay Albadri.
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Previous OWASP Khartoum Conferences, Sessions and Meetings

June,30 2012 meeting was an introduction to OWASP Top 10: A1: SQL injections manually and using automated tools. Presented by Ali Hussein and Mohammed Osman

July,14 2012 meeting was about OWASP Top 10: A2: Cross Site Scripting (XSS). Presented by Ayman Babiker

Aug,11 2012 meeting was about OWASP Top 10: A3: Broken Authentication and Session Management and A4: Insecure Direct Object References. Presented by Obay Osman

Sep,1 2012 meeting was about OWASP Top 10: A5: Cross Site Request Forgery (CSRF). Presented by Obay Osman

Sep,22 2012 meeting was about OWASP Top 10: A6: Security Misconfiguration. Presented by Ali Hussein

Dec,04 2012 meeting was about OWASP Top 10: A7+A8: Insecure Cryptographic Storage + Failure to Restrict URL Access. Presented by Mohammed Abdullah and Mohammed Al-Tayar

Dec,22 2012 meeting was about OWASP Top 10: A9: Insufficient Transport Layer Protection. Presented by Asim Jaweesh and Ali Hussein

JAN,14 2013 First Session about OWASP Top 10: A5: Cross-Site Request Forgery . Presented by Abdullah Ulber.

Mar, 23 2013 meeting was about Introduction to Computer Forensics in Digital Crimes. Presented by Ahmed Abbas

May, 26 2014 open session about Cyber-Security Re-thinking of InfoSec. Presented by Eng. Ashraf Abdalhalim CISSP, CCSP, ISO27k1, LI, TITL, CEH

Nov, 29 2014 Online Session about Career Development. Presented by Dr. Sali Osman CRISC, CISM, CISSP

Aug, 13 2016 InfoSec Sessions at Future University Open Day. Half day with 4 presentations.

Mar, 16 2017 Personal Branding & OWASP Top 10 Cloud Security Risks - Dr. Sali Osman & Ahmed Musaad

Jul, 29th, 2017, OWASP Khartoum Security Session (1), Multiple Presenters.

Apr, 5th, 2018, OWASP Khartoum Security Session (2), Multiple Presenters (Event Details).

Upcoming events will be posted here, keep an eye on this page to find the dates of our upcoming sessions.

[+] Oct, 5th, 2018, OWASP Khartoum Security Session (3), Multiple Presenters (To be updated soon).

To find out our session materials and slides please check our Slideshare account at SlideShare

Ali Hussein, Co-Founder and Chapter Leader

Ayman Babiker, Co-Founder and Chapter Leader

Obay Albadri, Co-Founder and Chapter Leader

Asim Jaweesh, Chapter Leader

Ahmed Abbas, Chapter Leader

We seek sponsors, If you are interested please contact: Mr. Asim Jaweesh Mr. Ahmed Abbas Mr. Ali Hussein Mr. Ayman Babiker Mr. Obay Albadri

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