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- Rich Daugherty
- Eric Hart
- Steve Pinkham
- Chris Romeo
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October, 2017, details TBA
Please RSVP at https://www.meetup.com/owasptriangle/events/237687599/
OWASP Triangle Chapter is back for 2017! We are making some changes to enhance your experience as a member of this Meetup! Starting this month, we'll provide two separate talks at each Meetup. We'll also have dinner each time, so that those coming directly from work do not go hungry! iContact is our new meeting space sponsor, so please look closely at the new location. We no longer need to collect names and employers, but still please RSVP so we ensure that we order enough food.
We're proud to welcome Phillip Maddux (AKA Px Mx AKA foospidy) as our primary speaker. Phillip works at Signal Sciences, and will share a talk entitled "Application Security for the Modern Web":
Over the last several years we’ve witnessed, and experienced, an advance towards new approaches in web technologies and the processes to deploy web applications. In this talk, we’ll explore and describe the “Modern Web”, discuss observations on the evolution of the Secure SDLC, recognize existing challenges in achieving real-time threat visibility once web applications are deployed to production, and finally, walk through the concepts that address the challenges in fast paced “agile” development cycles.
Before the main talk we will have food and Steve Pinkham will kick off our new series called "Back to Basics". Each meeting we'll have a short introductory talk covering one of the OWASP Top 10 Application Security Threats. This month we will cover #1: Injection
The meetings food is being provided primarily with funds donated by HPE / Fortify. We thank them for their support of OWASP's mission to increase software security awareness and effectiveness, and hope you will let them know you appreciate it in any future interactions you have with them.
Hope you can all join us!
Everyone is welcome to join us at our chapter meetings, but registration is required at meetup for planning purposes.
HPE/Fortify is a Gold Chapter Supporter, and we thank them very much for their recent donation.
Our current meeting space sponsor is iContact.
We are seeking meeting/food sponsors, please contact us if you are interested!
The Raleigh NC Chapter is looking for new members. Please don't hesitate to contact the leadership team if you would like to assist the local chapter in any way.
We accept flattery, suggestions, and snide remarks as well as monetary, time, food, content and facilities donations.
Aside from regular meetings with guest speakers from other chapters and organizations, we are soliciting interest in new and ongoing projects our membership is involved in. If you have any interest in contributing to these projects, please let me know.
We are soliciting interest in some ongoing projects our membership is already involved in, as well as being open to new projects.
Please contact the leadership team if you are interested in helping out!