OWASP OC WWW Conference
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I'm pleased to announce the first of hopefully many OWASP and ISSA Orange County regional half-day conferences! The event is expected to have 75-150 attendees and will be hosted in Irvine (location TBD). There will be a single track of presentations, panels, etc.
When: Friday 1/28/2011: 1PM - 6PM PST Where: Irvine, CA More info: http://www.owasp.org/index.php/OWASP_OC_WWW_Conference
We are seeking people and organizations that want to present on any of the following topics (in no particular order):
- Business Risks with Application Security. - Starting and Managing Secure Development Lifecycle Programs. - Web Services-, XML- and Application Security. - Metrics for Application Security. - Application Threat Modeling. - Hands-on Source Code Review. - Web Application Security Testing. - OWASP Tools and Projects. - Secure Coding Practices (J2EE/.NET). - Privacy Concerns with Applications and Data Storage - Web Application Security countermeasures - Technology specific presentations on security such as AJAX, XML, etc. - Anything else relating to OWASP and Application Security.
To make a submission you must include :
- Presenter(s) name(s) - Presenter(s) Email and/or Phone number(s) - Presenter(s) bio(s) - Title - Abstract - Any supporting research/tools (will not be released outside of
Submission deadline is 12/15/2010
Submit Proposals to: email@example.com
Conference Website: http://www.owasp.org/index.php/OWASP_OC_WWW_Conference
Please forward to all interested practitioners and colleagues.
(Tentative) University of California, Irvine.
Building: Calit2 building,building number 325 in quadrant H8 on the UC Irvine Map
Register Early! We will only accept 150 registrations for this event!
Registration via the OWASP Conference Cvent site: coming soon
2011 OWASP WWW Conference Schedule
Friday Jan 28th 2011
| Track 1: Room 1
Special Event 1
|19:00-23:00+|| OWASP Event Party/Reception |
Event badge required for admission
Location: HOTEL BALLROOM
Could be you!
Much of the content is eligible for CPE credits. Please check with your institution regarding specific requirements.
The CISM cpe policy (www.isaca.org/cismcpepolicy) states:
One continuing professional education hour is earned for each fifty minutes of active participation (excluding lunches and breaks) in a professional educational activity. Continuing professional education hours are only earned in full-hour increments and rounding must be down. For example, a CISA who attends an eight-hour presentation (480 minutes) with 90 minutes of breaks will earn seven (7) continuing professional education hours.
Activities that qualify for CPE must be directly applicable to the management, design or assessment of an enterprise's information security as per the CISM job practice"