- CFP CFT
- Secure Coding Competition
- KartCon EU
OWASP is currently soliciting training & presentation proposals for the OWASP AppSec Ireland 2012 Conference which will take place at Trinity College Dublin in Ireland, on September 4th through September 6th 2012. There will be training courses on September 4th & 5th followed by plenary sessions on September 6th.
In accordance with the broader OWASP mission stemming from the 2011 OWASP Global Summit, AppSec Ireland is working to reflect the move of OWASP towards embracing all facets of Application Security, and not restricting it's content to strictly to the realm of web applications. Therefore we invite all practitioners of application security and those who work with or interact with all facets of application security to submit papers and training proposals to the conference.
Call for Papers
The AppSec Ireland 2012 Conference Committee is seeking presentations in the following subject areas:
- OWASP Projects
- Research in Application Security Defense (Defense & Countermeasures)
- Research in Application Security Offense (Vulnerabilities & Exploits)
- Web Application Security
- Critical Infrastructure Security
- Mobile Security
- Government Initiatives & Government Case Studies
- Effective Case studies in Policy, Governance, Architecture or Life Cycle
- and other application security topics
Call for Training
The AppSec Ireland 2012 Conference Committee is seeking trainings in the following subject areas:
- Security in Web 2.0, Web Services/XML - Advanced penetration testing - Static analysis for security - Threat modeling of applications - Secure coding practices - Security in J2EE/.NET patterns and frameworks - Application security with ESAPI - OWASP tools in practice
We will look favorably on laboratory-based/hands-on training.
Submission deadline and instructions
Submit papers/training proposals to http://cfp.appsecireland.org. Submission deadline is Wednesday June 6th 2012. Inquires can be made to ireland at owasp.org.
To submit a paper, you will have to sign up for an EasyChair account at https://www.easychair.org/account/signup.cgi.
Please specify in the form whether you are submitting a Training or a Presentation proposal. Eg. Title: "Training - Introduction to Web Application Security"
Special Note only for Training Proposals
To submit your training proposal please fill out the OWASP CFT Proposal document located below and attach it while filling out the online form. Upon acceptance you’ll be requested to fill out the Training Instructor Agreement where you’ll find details on revenue split etc.
OWASP AppSec Ireland 2012 Secure Coding Competition
What’s this about?
OWASP AppSec Ireland 2012 will host a secure coding competition to give you and your friends the chance to test your secure coding skills and challenge other secure coders for the title of AppSec Ireland 2012 Secure Coding Competition (SCC) Champions. The competition is open to everybody and is designed to promote awareness of the benefits of designing and developing secure applications – a skill that all aspiring and accomplished software developers should aim to possess.
Tell me more...
You and your friends will form a team of between 2 and 5 people to design and develop the most secure Java or .NET application based on a web application requirement specification that will be handed out on the morning of the first day of the competition. The onus will be on developing a functioning and usable web application without sacrificing on security. Teams will be scored on functionality, usability, reliability and security.
How will it be judged?
Teams and their finished applications will scored on a number of areas:
- Short discussion with the esteemed judging panel on design approach and consideration for OWASP Top 10 web application vulnerabilities
- Demonstration of working functionality as per requirements
- Automated secure code review using a leading commercial code scanner
- Automated vulnerability scanning of application using leading commercial application vulnerability scanner
Scoring will be designed to promote both a secure approach to, and implementation of, web applications. We want you to demonstrate that there does not need to be a trade-off between functionality and security.
When is it on?
The competition will be ran over the two training days of the conference on the 4th and 5th of September, with the results and prizes awarded on the day of the presentations, the 6th of September.
What do we need to bring with us?
You are allowed to bring any equipment you want and you can set up a local area network between your team if desired. In order to reflect the realities of the modern constantly connected world, Internet access will be allowed and will be provided. However, abuse of this privilege, such as attempts to plagiarize other applications, could lead to disqualification. Teams will be responsible for providing their own software licenses.
What can I win?
The winning team first and foremost will be showered with the adulation and adoration of the OWASP community. In addition, the winning team will receive a cash prize and goody bags, the inaugural trophy and be crowned OWASP AppSec Ireland 2012 SCC Champions! There will be runner-up prizes and goody bags for second and third place.
Who can enter?
The competition is open to everyone from academic, students, open-source and industry backgrounds. A registration fee of €100 per team is required in order to prevent teams signing up and then not showing up on the day. In some cases this registration fee will be waived - please contact the organising team for details. Due to the time required to run this type of event places will be limited to 10 teams in total.
OK I'm interested. Where can I sign up?
Registration will open shortly.
Who can I contact about this?
Please contact Niall Jordan ( niall.jordan at owasp dot org) or Marian Ventuneac (marian.ventuneac at owasp dot org) for any questions relating to the competition
OWASP is providing sponsors exclusive access to its audience in Trinity College Dublin, Ireland through a limited number of Expo floor slots, providing a focused setting for potential customers.Attendees will be pushed through the Expo floor for breakfast, lunch and coffee breaks giving them direct access to sponsors’ booths and technology.
The conference is expected to draw over 300 international attendees; all with budgets dedicated to web application security initiatives. Financial Services, Media, Pharmaceuticals, Government, Healthcare, Technology, and many other verticals will be represented.
Sponsorship opportunities are filling up rapidly. All proceeds from sponsorship support the conference and the mission of the OWASP Foundation (501c3 Not-For-Profit), driving funding for research grants, tools and documents, local chapters, and more.
All sponsorship opportunities feature significant discounts to OWASP members, allowing you year-round access the web application security’s top thinkers as well as use of OWASP materials in product and service delivery.
To find out more about the different sponsorship opportunities please check the document below:
|Ticket Type||Before 4th July||After 4th July|
|Active OWASP Member||€100||€125|
|1 Day Training||€495|
|2 Day Training||€990|
Note: To save on processing expenses, all fees paid for the OWASP conference are non-refundable. OWASP can accommodate transfers of registrations from one person to another, if such an adjustment becomes necessary.
* We need some kind of proof of your full-time student status. Either ask your local OWASP chapter leader to vouch for you by email to Kate.Hartmann@owasp.org, or email Kate a scanned image of your student ID (please compress the file size :).
The Morgan Hotel:
Stay in one of the best luxury hotels in Dublin, The Morgan, Design hotel is located in Temple Bar. This 4 star Hotel Dublin offers an oasis of calm in a central location. The hotel’s cool modern interiors, chic design and boutique luxury hotel rooms are all part of an experience designed to pamper guests and breathe new life and style into hotel living.
This city centre Dublin hotel is just a few blocks away from Trinity College, Grafton Street, the main shopping thoroughfare, theatres, shopping, music and nightlife along with proximity to the IFSC, Dublin’s main business district. There is no other 4 star hotel Dublin quite like it!
Stay in the heart of the conference action at a hotel specially discounted for its attendees.
Rooms can be booked by emailing email@example.com and quoting OWASP.
The contact in reservations is Bernadette Doyle and you could contact her for special requests at the following number: +353 1 643 7000
Special Rates: €130 Bed & Full Irish Breakfast – Single Occupancy €140 Bed & Full Irish Breakfast – Double Occupancy
The Morgan Hotel 10 Fleet st, Temple Bar, Dublin 2 Phone: +353 1 6437000 Fax: +353 1 6437060 http://www.themorgan.ie
Accommodation is also available on the historic campus at Trinity College Dublin, located right in the centre of the city. The bedrooms, many of which have been recently renovated, are excellent value with prices ranging from Euro 55.00 to Euro 100.00 per night. Rooms are serviced daily and continental breakfast is included in room rates.
For more information visite: https://accommodation.tcd.ie/kxHotel/
Following the success of last year, we are going to host this adrenaline fueled event again!
Kylemore Karting, Ireland’s largest indoor Karting arena, has a choice of three 360 mtr tracks with flyovers, underpasses, hills and banked corners waiting for you.
Race for best time – Race for best crash – Race for fun
This is your chance to sit down, strap in and race for the finish line to “Rev Up” for AppSec Ireland 2012.
The doors open Wednesday 5th September at 7:30pm and there will be transportation available from Dublin city centre.
More info could be found here:
Kylemore Karting Unit 1A, Kylemore Industrial Estate, Killeen Road, Kylemore, Dublin 10 http://www.kylemore-karting.com
REGISTRATION IS NOT OPEN YET. Please visit URL below to register:
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AppSec Ireland Conference Team
- Eoin Keary (eoin.keary at owasp.org)
- Fabio Cerullo (fcerullo at owasp.org)
- Fiona Walsh (fiona.walsh at owasp.org)
- Marian Ventuneac (marian.ventuneac at owasp.org)
- Kate Hartmann (kate.hartmann at owasp.org)
- Sarah Baso (sarah.baso at owasp.org)
- Ana Loza (ana.loza at owasp.org)
- Owen Pendlebury (owen.pendlebury at owasp.org)
- Niall Jordan (niall.jordan at owasp.org)
- Federico Feraboli (federico.feraboli at owasp.org)
- Adrian Hermoso (adrian.hermoso at owasp.org)
- Claire Woll (claire.woll at owasp.org)
- Michelle Fagan (michelle.fagan at owasp.org)