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We are pleased to announce that the [http://www.owasp.org/index.php/Uruguay OWASP Uruguay chapter] will host the OWASP AppSec Latam 2012 conference in Montevideo, Uruguay. The AppSec Latam conference will be a premier gathering of Information Security leaders. Executives from Fortune 500 firms along with technical thought leaders such as security architects and lead developers will be traveling to hear the cutting-edge ideas presented by Information Security’s top talent. OWASP events attract a worldwide audience interested in “what’s next”. The conference is expected to draw 300 technologists from Government, Financial Services, Media, Pharmaceuticals, Healthcare, Technology, and many other verticals.
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AppSec Latam 2012 will be held in Montevideo, Uruguay on November 2012.
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'''Who Should Attend AppSec Latam:'''
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*Application Developers
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*Application Testers and Quality Assurance
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*Application Project Management and Staff
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*Chief Information Officers, Chief Information Security Officers, Chief Technology Officers, Deputies, Associates and Staff
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*Chief Financial Officers, Auditors, and Staff Responsible for IT Security Oversight and Compliance
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*Security Managers and Staff
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*Executives, Managers, and Staff Responsible for IT Security Governance
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*IT Professionals Interested in Improving IT Security<br>
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'''[[OWASP AppSec Latam 2012 - FAQ|Conference FAQ]]'''
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===NOTICE===
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'''Many of you have written to us asking about the requirement for a paper in our CFP hosted on EasyChair.  Due to an unforseen change in the way EasyChair works, you are no longer able to configure a submission to require only an abstract as we thought we had done, and done in the past.  To be clear, we are ***NOT*** requiring papers with our CFP submissions.  As we have already started the CFP and can not move the platform we ask that anyone who does not have a paper simply submit their abstract as a .txt file to satisfy the systems requirement to upload a paper.'''
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We apologize for this inconvience and the confusion it has caused and as a result of the confusion, we are extending the AppSec DC CFP deadline to '''Feburary 17th 2012 at 11:59 EST''' to allow all to submit their topics.
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===Submissions===
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Submit papers to http://cfp.appsecdc.org.  Submission deadline is Feburary 17th 2012.  Inquires can be made to cfpATappsecdcDOTorg.
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To submit a paper, you will have to sign up for an EasyChair account at https://www.easychair.org/account/signup.cgi.
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===Topics===
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In accordance with the broader OWASP mission stemming from the 2011 OWASP Global Summit, AppSec DC 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 participate in the conference.
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The AppSec DC 2012 Content Committee is seeking presentations in the following subject areas:
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*OWASP Projects
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*Research in Application Security Defense (Defense & Countermeasures)
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*Research in Application Security Offense (Vulnerabilities & Exploits)
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*Web Application Security
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*Critical Infrastructure Security
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*Mobile Security
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*Government Initiatives & Government Case Studies
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*Effective Case studies in Policy, Governance, Architecture or Life Cycle
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*and other application security topics
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Submit papers to http://cfp.appsecdc.org.  Submission deadline is Feburary 17th 2012.  Inquires can be made to cfpATappsecdcDOTorg.
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To submit a paper, you will have to sign up for an EasyChair account at https://www.easychair.org/account/signup.cgi.
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Additional information can be found in the [[OWASP AppSec DC 2012 - FAQ|Conference FAQ]]. 
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= Registration  =
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== Register [http://reg.appsecdc.org Here]  ==
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Registration is now '''<span style="color:#0f0">OPEN</span>'''.<br>
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You can register via at '''[http://reg.appsecdc.org http://reg.appsecdc.org]'''
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===Registration Fees===
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| $495.00
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| Non-Member plus 1 year OWASP Membership!
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| Active OWASP Member
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'''ATTENTION FEDERAL EMPLOYEES:  Enter code ASDC12FED for $100 off, limited time only!''' (must register with your .gov or .mil email address)
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<br> For student discount, attendees must present proof of enrollment when picking up your badge.
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===Who Should Attend AppSec Latam 2012===
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*Application Developers
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*Application Testers and Quality Assurance
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*Application Project Management and Staff
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*Chief Information Officers, Chief Information Security Officers, Chief Technology Officers, Deputies, Associates and Staff
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*Chief Financial Officers, Auditors, and Staff Responsible for IT Security Oversight and Compliance
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*Security Managers and Staff
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*Executives, Managers, and Staff Responsible for IT Security Governance
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*IT Professionals Interesting in Improving IT Security
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*Anyone interested in learning about or promoting Web Application Security<br>
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= Volunteer  =
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== Volunteers Needed!  ==
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Get involved!
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We will take all the help we can get to pull off the best Web Application Security Conference of the year!
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More opportunities and areas will be added as time goes on. Our [http://www.owasp.org/images/f/f1/OWASP_DCAppSec_Vol_Guide.pdf Volunteer Guide] can be downloaded which outlines some of the responsibilities and available positions.
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To volunteer please email [mailto:volunteers@appsecdc.org volunteers@appsecdc.org]
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== Training  ==
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OWASP strives to provide world class training for a variety of skill levels and interests at its conferences.  From the novice to the expert, developers to managers, there is a training course at AppSec DC for you!  Classes will begin at 9 AM each day and run until 5 PM (Daily schedule set by the trainer).  Morning refreshments and lunch will be provided.  Check each course for the required materials.
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== Special Free Training ==
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==='''Certified Secure Software Lifecycle Professional (CSSLP) Clinic''' | FREE | [[OWASP_AppSec_DC_2012/Training/Certified Secure Software Lifecycle Professional (CSSLP) Clinic|Course Detail]] | Rm 204C ===
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Educate yourself in Secure Software Design and Development  which are two of the seven domains from the Certified Secure Software Lifecycle Professional (CSSLP) certification.  This session will provide an in-depth education of these two tough domains of the CSSLP.  We will cover the skills and knowledge needed to design and develop secure code. In the Secure Software Design domain, you will learn the fundamentals of design principles when applied will save costly rework.  In the Secure Software Development domain, we will discuss the OWASP Top 10 threats and how to mitigate them effectively.
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The Certified Secure Software Lifecycle Professional (CSSLP) is an (ISC)2 certification with 7 domains focusing on the topics needed to develop hacker resilient software.  CSSLPs are professionals who have validated their competency in incorporating security into each phase of the software lifecycle.
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==='''Assessing and Exploiting Web Applications with Samurai-WTF''' | 2 Day | [[OWASP_AppSec_DC_2012/Training/Assessing and Exploiting Web Applications with Samurai-WTF|Course Detail]] | Rm 203A===
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Come take the official Samurai-WTF training course given by the two founders and lead developers of the project! You will learn the latest Samurai-WTF open source tools and as well as the latest techniques to perform web application penetration tests. After a quick overview of pen testing methodology, the instructors will lead you through the penetration and exploitation of various web applications, including client side attacks using flaws within the application. Different sets of open source tools will be used on each web application, allowing you to learn first hand the pros and cons of each tool. After you have gained experience with the Samurai-WTF tools, you will be challenged with a capture the flag event. This final challenge will give you time to practice your new skills at your own pace and experiment with your favorite new tools. This experience will help you gain the confidence and knowledge necessary to perform web application assessments and expose you to the wealth of freely available, open source tools.
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==='''Building Secure Android Apps''' | 2 Day | [[OWASP_AppSec_DC_2012/Training/Building Secure Android Apps|Course Detail]] | Rm 203B===
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The course focuses on building secure mobile applications for the Android platform.  Students will learn about the Android security model and platform security features. They will be introduced to mobile application threat modeling, and learn how to apply the outcomes of threat modeling directly into their design and development processes.  The OWASP Mobile Top 10 Risks and Controls will be covered at great length.<br> <br>After students are taught foundational information, they will learn how to properly use the various Android components and APIs to reduce the amount of vulnerabilities within production code.  Hands-on labs will use the vulnerable mobile Android applications provided by the OWASP GoatDroid project.  Students will learn many techniques for performing source code reviews, penetration testing, and forensic analysis of Android applications. Hands-on exercises represent a large portion of the course.  Each concept presented will include examples of insecure and secure code, along with strategies for remediation. By teaching students how to identify and exploit various security flaws, they will gain a greater understanding of how the security controls actually protect their applications.<br> <br>At the end of this two-day course, attendees should understand how to build secure applications, perform source code reviews, and perform penetration testing for Android applications. They will also understand and be able to demonstrate expertise at applying security controls to applications for addressing many security defects. Each student will ultimately take back with them to their workplace a repeatable and reliable methodology for building and maintaining secure Android applications.<br>
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==='''The Art of exploiting Injection Flaws''' | 2 Day | [[OWASP_AppSec_DC_2012/Training/The Art of exploiting Injection Flaws|Course Detail]] | Rm 208A===
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OWASP rates injection flaws as the most critical vulnerability within the Top 10 most Critical Web Application Security Risks under the OWASP Top 10 project. http://www.owasp.org/index.php/Top_10_2010-A1.  This hands-on session will only focus on the injection flaws and the attendees will get an "in-depth" understanding of the flaws arising from this vulnerability. The topics covered in the class are, SQL Injection, XPATH Injection, LDAP Injection, Hibernate Query Language Injection, Direct OS Code Injection, and XML Entity Injection.  The workshop covers classical issues such as SQL Injection, which is an oldie yet very relevant in today's scenario as well as some lesser known injection flaws such as LDAP, XPATH and XML Injection.  During the 2 days course, the attendees will have access to a number of challenges for each flaw and they will learn a variety of exploitation techniques used by the attackers in the wild. Identify, extract, escalate, execute; we have got it all covered.
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==='''Virtual Patching Workshop''' | 2 Day | [[OWASP_AppSec_DC_2012/Training/Virtual Patching Workshop|Course Detail]] | Rm 208B===
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Identification of web application vulnerabilities is only half the battle with remediation efforts as the other. Let's face the facts, there are many real world business scenarios where it is not possible to update web application code in either a timely manner or at all. This is where the tactical use-case of implementing a web application firewall to address identified issues proves its worth.<br><br>This workshop is intended to provide an overview of the recommended practices for utilizing a web application firewall for virtual patching. After discussing the framework to use, we will then present a very interesting OWASP Summer of Code Project where the challenge was to attempt to mitigate as many of the OWASP WebGoat vulnerabilities as possible using the open source ModSecurity web application firewall. During the workshop, we will discuss both WebGoat and ModSecurity and provide in-depth walk-throughs of the complex fixes. Examples will include addressing not only attacks but the underlying vulnerabilities, using data persistence for multiple-step processes, content injection and even examples of the new LUA programming language API. The goal of this workshop is to both highlight cutting edge mitigation options using a web application firewall and to show how it can effectively be used by security consultants who traditionally could only offer source code fixes.
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==='''Application Source Code Analysis - Discovering Vulnerabilities in Web 2.0, HTML5 and RIA ''' | 1 Day (4/2/2012) | [[OWASP_AppSec_DC_2012/Training/Application Source Code Analysis - Discovering Vulnerabilities in Web 2.0, HTML5 and RIA |Course Detail]] | Rm 204A===
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Enterprise application source code, independent of languages and platforms, is a major source of vulnerabilities. The class is designed and developed to focus on enterprise architecture and application analytics to discover vulnerabilities across Web 2.0, RIA and HTML5.  We will be covering analysis techniques, with tools, for assessment and review of enterprise application source code. It is imperative to know source code review methodologies and strategies for analysis. The emphasis of the class would be to develop a complete understanding of source code analysis, techniques and tools to address top set of vulnerabilities. Knowledge gained would help in analyzing and securing next generation enterprise applications at all different stages - architecture, design and/or development. The course is designed and delivered by the author of "Web Hacking: Attacks and Defenses", ?Hacking Web Services? and ?Web 2.0 Security ? Defending Ajax, RIA and SOA?, bringing his experience in application security and research to the curriculum.
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==='''Pratical Threat Modeling''' | 1 Day (4/2/2012) | [[OWASP_AppSec_DC_2012/Training/Pratical Threat Modeling|Course Detail]] | Rm 204B===
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Threat modeling is gaining traction as a fundamental application security activity. In this class students learn about the attacks that their applications may face and then both formal and informal approaches to threat modeling. Using a fictional scenario, students perform all the activities of a threat model on a complex application ? including analyzing design documents and role-playing interviews. Students learn about the industry standard formal threat modeling process as well as Facilitated Application Threat Modeling: a 1-day approach to threat modeling pioneered by Security Compass. Students will also be taught about Security Compass?s unique source-code/design-pattern level threat modeling.<br>
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==='''Mobile Hacking and Securing''' | 1 Day (4/3/2012)| [[OWASP_AppSec_DC_2012/Training/Mobile Hacking and Securing|Course Detail]] | Rm 204A===
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Students will discover mobile hacking techniques for Android and iPhone. They will understand the platform security models, device security models, app analysis, file system analysis and runtime analysis for these popular mobile operating systems.  This course will provide students with the knowledge necessary to assess mobile app security including what hackers look for in mobile apps. Hacking apps themselves will equip them with the skills required to protect their own apps from attacks.  Students will come out with an understanding of the pitfalls to mobile device security and the importance of developing mobile apps securely. They will learn the concepts necessary to securely develop mobile in your organization.<br>
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==='''WebAppSec: Developing Secure Web Applications''' | 1 Day (4/3/2012)| [[OWASP_AppSec_DC_2012/Training/WebAppSec: Developing Secure Web Applications|Course Detail]] | Rm 204B===
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Web applications continue to be the frontier of wide-spread security breaches. This tutorial will guide through development practices to ensure the security and integrity of web applications, in turn protecting user data and the infrastructure the application runs on. Several attack types and risks will be reviewed (including OWASP?s Top 10), along with how the proper development practices can mitigate their damage. Although examples covered are PHP-based, much of the content is also applicable to other languages.  <span style="color: #800000;">This course was sold out at AppSec USA 2011.</span>
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= Special Events  =
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== OWASP Mobile Security Project: Working Session | 4/4/2012 rm West Overlook ==
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The working session will be held to reflect on achievements, discuss current initiatives, and to identify emerging areas of concern. If you are involved with the project or would like to get involved, the working session is the perfect place for your voice to be heard.
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Through the OWASP Mobile Security Project, our goal is to raise visibility and awareness around mobile application security issues. With collaboration between many different industries, we are bringing together experts from many different areas to solve hard problems.
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= Contests  =
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== OWASP Member Door Prizes! ==
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Are you an [[Membership|OWASP Member]]?  At AppSecDC we will be giving away some amazing door prizes, including an Apple iPad "3" 4G to some randomly selected OWASP members in attendance.  You HAVE to be an OWASP member to be eligible, but if your not, you can easily add the $50 annual membership to your conference ticket and receive $50 off admission.  That's right, '''FREE OWASP MEMBERSHIP''' when combined with AppSec DC Registration!  So remember to [https://guest.cvent.com/EVENTS/Register/IdentityConfirmation.aspx?e=d52c6f5f-d568-4e16-b8e0-b5e2bf87ab3a Register] today with your OWASP membership!
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== Sponsor Passport ==
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Please take a moment to visit our sponsors and thank them for their support of AppSec DC, OWASP and the Application Security Mission.  To help this along all attendees will receive a sponsor passport.  As you visit all of our Gold and Silver sponsor booths they will stamp your passport which you can turn in by noon on the 5th to be entered to win an Apple iPad "3" 4G!
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AppSec DC 2012 CTF will be a competition in which participants compete for prizes in a test of application and network hacking skills. The contestants will participate in real-world scenarios designed to simulate vulnerabilities discovered in production environments. The competition will focus on application security but participants should arrive ready with an arsenal of skill-sets to complete these challenges.
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Competitors are allowed to team up with a other contestants but prizes are only available for four (4) participants. All participants must physically attending the conference and external access ot the system is not available. Additionally, we are bound by the Convention Center’s hours of operation to conduct the CTF so this will not be an all night competition.
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The scoring system and any other system NOT designated as “In-Scope” is considered OFF-LIMITS and any malicious activity towards or on those systems will result in an immediate disqualification for the team from which the participant(s) exists.
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Internet access will be offered at the conference as a means to obtain tools necessary for the competition, but we recommend that you bring the necessary tools to the event. We cannot guarantee access to all sites via the standard convention network, and visiting some sites you would normally obtain hacking tools from may be blocked from the normal convention Wi-Fi. OWASP AppSec DC will provide an isolated the environment and systems which will host the vulnerable applications.
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Registration will be held up to the day of the competition 4/4/2012 at 12:30PM and can be done either by sending an email to ctf@appsecdc.org in the format listed below or in person in room 207A. We urge participants to register prior to the conference as space is limited.
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== Walter E. Washington Convention Center  ==
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AppSec DC 2012 will be taking place at the [http://www.dcconvention.com/ Walter E. Washington Convention Center] in downtown Washington DC.
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The convention center is located over the [http://www.wmata.com/rail/station_detail.cfm?station_id=70 Mount Vernon Square/Convention Center Metro stop] on the Green and Yellow lines of the [http://www.wmata.com DC Metro], and only a few blocks from our convention hotel, the [http://grandwashington.hyatt.com/hyatt/hotels/index.jsp Grand Hyatt Washington] (reserve rooms [https://resweb.passkey.com/Resweb.do?mode=welcome_ei_new&eventID=8131721 here]).
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[http://www.dcconvention.com/ http://www.owasp.org/images/8/85/Screen_shot_2009-10-03_at_12.55.55_PM.png]
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= Hotel  =
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Rooms are available at the Grand Hyatt Washington at the GSA Rate for April of 2012.
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Reserve Rooms [https://resweb.passkey.com/Resweb.do?mode=welcome_ei_new&eventID=8131721 here]!
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Room Rates are only guaranteed through the first week of March. Rooms at the discounted rates are available three days before and after the conference dates for attendees wishing to enjoy Washington DC during the National Cherry Blossom Festival.
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We are currently soliciting sponsors for the AppSec DC Conference. Please refer to our '''[https://www.owasp.org/images/d/df/APPSEC_DC_2012_sponsorships_v1.pdf sponsorship opportunities]''' for details.
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Please contact us at [mailto:sponsors@appsecdc.org sponsors@appsecdc.org] for sponsorship opportunities.
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The OWASP AppSec DC Conference is the premier gathering for Information Security leaders.  Executives from the US Government, Fortune 500 firms, technical thought leaders, security architects and lead developers, gather to share cutting-edge ideas, initiatives and technology advancements.  AppSec DC will be one of the first OWASP conferences to highlight the new OWASP scope expanding from web to all application security issues.
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Attendees will be pushed through the Expo floor for breakfast, lunch and coffee breaks giving them direct access to sponsors’ booths and technology.  OWASP will also be hosting a “sponsor passport” game with a top prize to help encourage traffic to all of our Gold, Platinum and Diamond sponsors.  The conference is expected to draw over 600 national and international attendees; all with budgets dedicated to web application security and software assurance initiatives. Government, Financial Services, Media, Pharmaceuticals, Healthcare, Technology, and many other verticals will be represented.
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| [[Image:Aspect_logo_owasp.jpg|link=http://www.aspectsecurity.com/]]
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| [[Image:AppSecDC2009-Sponsor-securicon.gif|link=http://www.securicon.com]]
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| [[Image:AppSecDC2009-Sponsor-mandiant.gif|link=http://www.mandiant.com/]]
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| [[Image:AppSecDC2012-ISC2.gif|link=https://www.isc2.org/]]
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| [[Image:SPL-LOGO-MED.png|link=https://www.trustwave.com/]]
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| <h2>Small Business</h2>
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| [[Image:AppSecDC2012-Sponsor-sideas.gif|link=http://www.secureideas.net]]
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= Conference Committee =
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* [mailto:doug.wilson@owasp.org Doug Wilson]
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* [mailto:mark.bristow@owasp.org Mark Bristow]
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We are pleased to announce that the OWASP Uruguay chapter will host the OWASP AppSec Latam 2012 conference in Montevideo, Uruguay. The AppSec Latam conference will be a premier gathering of Information Security leaders. Executives from Fortune 500 firms along with technical thought leaders such as security architects and lead developers will be traveling to hear the cutting-edge ideas presented by Information Security’s top talent. OWASP events attract a worldwide audience interested in “what’s next”. The conference is expected to draw 300 technologists from Government, Financial Services, Media, Pharmaceuticals, Healthcare, Technology, and many other verticals.

AppSec Latam 2012 will be held in Montevideo, Uruguay on November 2012.

Who Should Attend AppSec Latam:

  • Application Developers
  • Application Testers and Quality Assurance
  • Application Project Management and Staff
  • Chief Information Officers, Chief Information Security Officers, Chief Technology Officers, Deputies, Associates and Staff
  • Chief Financial Officers, Auditors, and Staff Responsible for IT Security Oversight and Compliance
  • Security Managers and Staff
  • Executives, Managers, and Staff Responsible for IT Security Governance
  • IT Professionals Interested in Improving IT Security

Conference FAQ




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NOTICE

Many of you have written to us asking about the requirement for a paper in our CFP hosted on EasyChair. Due to an unforseen change in the way EasyChair works, you are no longer able to configure a submission to require only an abstract as we thought we had done, and done in the past. To be clear, we are ***NOT*** requiring papers with our CFP submissions. As we have already started the CFP and can not move the platform we ask that anyone who does not have a paper simply submit their abstract as a .txt file to satisfy the systems requirement to upload a paper.


We apologize for this inconvience and the confusion it has caused and as a result of the confusion, we are extending the AppSec DC CFP deadline to Feburary 17th 2012 at 11:59 EST to allow all to submit their topics.


Submissions

Submit papers to http://cfp.appsecdc.org. Submission deadline is Feburary 17th 2012. Inquires can be made to cfpATappsecdcDOTorg.

To submit a paper, you will have to sign up for an EasyChair account at https://www.easychair.org/account/signup.cgi.


Topics

In accordance with the broader OWASP mission stemming from the 2011 OWASP Global Summit, AppSec DC 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 participate in the conference.

The AppSec DC 2012 Content 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

Submit papers to http://cfp.appsecdc.org. Submission deadline is Feburary 17th 2012. Inquires can be made to cfpATappsecdcDOTorg.

To submit a paper, you will have to sign up for an EasyChair account at https://www.easychair.org/account/signup.cgi.

Additional information can be found in the Conference FAQ.

Register Here

Registration is now OPEN.
You can register via at http://reg.appsecdc.org

Registration Fees

Ticket Type Early (until 2/3) Regular Price (until 3/15) Late (after 3/15)
Non-Member $445.00 $495.00 $545.00
Non-Member plus 1 year OWASP Membership! $445.00 $495.00 $545.00
Active OWASP Member $395.00 $445.00 $495.00
Student $75.00 $75.00 $100.00
Course Fee
1 Day Training $745
2 Day Training $1495

ATTENTION FEDERAL EMPLOYEES: Enter code ASDC12FED for $100 off, limited time only! (must register with your .gov or .mil email address)
For student discount, attendees must present proof of enrollment when picking up your badge.

Group Discounts

  • 10% off for groups of 10-19
  • 20% off for groups of 20-29
  • 30% off for groups of 30 or more

Who Should Attend AppSec Latam 2012

  • Application Developers
  • Application Testers and Quality Assurance
  • Application Project Management and Staff
  • Chief Information Officers, Chief Information Security Officers, Chief Technology Officers, Deputies, Associates and Staff
  • Chief Financial Officers, Auditors, and Staff Responsible for IT Security Oversight and Compliance
  • Security Managers and Staff
  • Executives, Managers, and Staff Responsible for IT Security Governance
  • IT Professionals Interesting in Improving IT Security
  • Anyone interested in learning about or promoting Web Application Security


Volunteers Needed!

Get involved!

We will take all the help we can get to pull off the best Web Application Security Conference of the year!

More opportunities and areas will be added as time goes on. Our Volunteer Guide can be downloaded which outlines some of the responsibilities and available positions.

To volunteer please email volunteers@appsecdc.org

Training

OWASP strives to provide world class training for a variety of skill levels and interests at its conferences. From the novice to the expert, developers to managers, there is a training course at AppSec DC for you! Classes will begin at 9 AM each day and run until 5 PM (Daily schedule set by the trainer). Morning refreshments and lunch will be provided. Check each course for the required materials.

Price per attendee (conference Registration is a separate item):

  • 2-Day Class $1495
  • 1-Day Class $745

Special Free Training

Certified Secure Software Lifecycle Professional (CSSLP) Clinic | FREE | Course Detail | Rm 204C

Educate yourself in Secure Software Design and Development which are two of the seven domains from the Certified Secure Software Lifecycle Professional (CSSLP) certification. This session will provide an in-depth education of these two tough domains of the CSSLP. We will cover the skills and knowledge needed to design and develop secure code. In the Secure Software Design domain, you will learn the fundamentals of design principles when applied will save costly rework. In the Secure Software Development domain, we will discuss the OWASP Top 10 threats and how to mitigate them effectively.

The Certified Secure Software Lifecycle Professional (CSSLP) is an (ISC)2 certification with 7 domains focusing on the topics needed to develop hacker resilient software. CSSLPs are professionals who have validated their competency in incorporating security into each phase of the software lifecycle.


2 Day Classes

Assessing and Exploiting Web Applications with Samurai-WTF | 2 Day | Course Detail | Rm 203A

Come take the official Samurai-WTF training course given by the two founders and lead developers of the project! You will learn the latest Samurai-WTF open source tools and as well as the latest techniques to perform web application penetration tests. After a quick overview of pen testing methodology, the instructors will lead you through the penetration and exploitation of various web applications, including client side attacks using flaws within the application. Different sets of open source tools will be used on each web application, allowing you to learn first hand the pros and cons of each tool. After you have gained experience with the Samurai-WTF tools, you will be challenged with a capture the flag event. This final challenge will give you time to practice your new skills at your own pace and experiment with your favorite new tools. This experience will help you gain the confidence and knowledge necessary to perform web application assessments and expose you to the wealth of freely available, open source tools.

Building Secure Android Apps | 2 Day | Course Detail | Rm 203B

The course focuses on building secure mobile applications for the Android platform. Students will learn about the Android security model and platform security features. They will be introduced to mobile application threat modeling, and learn how to apply the outcomes of threat modeling directly into their design and development processes. The OWASP Mobile Top 10 Risks and Controls will be covered at great length.

After students are taught foundational information, they will learn how to properly use the various Android components and APIs to reduce the amount of vulnerabilities within production code. Hands-on labs will use the vulnerable mobile Android applications provided by the OWASP GoatDroid project. Students will learn many techniques for performing source code reviews, penetration testing, and forensic analysis of Android applications. Hands-on exercises represent a large portion of the course. Each concept presented will include examples of insecure and secure code, along with strategies for remediation. By teaching students how to identify and exploit various security flaws, they will gain a greater understanding of how the security controls actually protect their applications.

At the end of this two-day course, attendees should understand how to build secure applications, perform source code reviews, and perform penetration testing for Android applications. They will also understand and be able to demonstrate expertise at applying security controls to applications for addressing many security defects. Each student will ultimately take back with them to their workplace a repeatable and reliable methodology for building and maintaining secure Android applications.

The Art of exploiting Injection Flaws | 2 Day | Course Detail | Rm 208A

OWASP rates injection flaws as the most critical vulnerability within the Top 10 most Critical Web Application Security Risks under the OWASP Top 10 project. http://www.owasp.org/index.php/Top_10_2010-A1. This hands-on session will only focus on the injection flaws and the attendees will get an "in-depth" understanding of the flaws arising from this vulnerability. The topics covered in the class are, SQL Injection, XPATH Injection, LDAP Injection, Hibernate Query Language Injection, Direct OS Code Injection, and XML Entity Injection. The workshop covers classical issues such as SQL Injection, which is an oldie yet very relevant in today's scenario as well as some lesser known injection flaws such as LDAP, XPATH and XML Injection. During the 2 days course, the attendees will have access to a number of challenges for each flaw and they will learn a variety of exploitation techniques used by the attackers in the wild. Identify, extract, escalate, execute; we have got it all covered.

Virtual Patching Workshop | 2 Day | Course Detail | Rm 208B

Identification of web application vulnerabilities is only half the battle with remediation efforts as the other. Let's face the facts, there are many real world business scenarios where it is not possible to update web application code in either a timely manner or at all. This is where the tactical use-case of implementing a web application firewall to address identified issues proves its worth.

This workshop is intended to provide an overview of the recommended practices for utilizing a web application firewall for virtual patching. After discussing the framework to use, we will then present a very interesting OWASP Summer of Code Project where the challenge was to attempt to mitigate as many of the OWASP WebGoat vulnerabilities as possible using the open source ModSecurity web application firewall. During the workshop, we will discuss both WebGoat and ModSecurity and provide in-depth walk-throughs of the complex fixes. Examples will include addressing not only attacks but the underlying vulnerabilities, using data persistence for multiple-step processes, content injection and even examples of the new LUA programming language API. The goal of this workshop is to both highlight cutting edge mitigation options using a web application firewall and to show how it can effectively be used by security consultants who traditionally could only offer source code fixes.

1 Day Classes

Application Source Code Analysis - Discovering Vulnerabilities in Web 2.0, HTML5 and RIA | 1 Day (4/2/2012) | Course Detail | Rm 204A

Enterprise application source code, independent of languages and platforms, is a major source of vulnerabilities. The class is designed and developed to focus on enterprise architecture and application analytics to discover vulnerabilities across Web 2.0, RIA and HTML5. We will be covering analysis techniques, with tools, for assessment and review of enterprise application source code. It is imperative to know source code review methodologies and strategies for analysis. The emphasis of the class would be to develop a complete understanding of source code analysis, techniques and tools to address top set of vulnerabilities. Knowledge gained would help in analyzing and securing next generation enterprise applications at all different stages - architecture, design and/or development. The course is designed and delivered by the author of "Web Hacking: Attacks and Defenses", ?Hacking Web Services? and ?Web 2.0 Security ? Defending Ajax, RIA and SOA?, bringing his experience in application security and research to the curriculum.

Pratical Threat Modeling | 1 Day (4/2/2012) | Course Detail | Rm 204B

Threat modeling is gaining traction as a fundamental application security activity. In this class students learn about the attacks that their applications may face and then both formal and informal approaches to threat modeling. Using a fictional scenario, students perform all the activities of a threat model on a complex application ? including analyzing design documents and role-playing interviews. Students learn about the industry standard formal threat modeling process as well as Facilitated Application Threat Modeling: a 1-day approach to threat modeling pioneered by Security Compass. Students will also be taught about Security Compass?s unique source-code/design-pattern level threat modeling.

Mobile Hacking and Securing | 1 Day (4/3/2012)| Course Detail | Rm 204A

Students will discover mobile hacking techniques for Android and iPhone. They will understand the platform security models, device security models, app analysis, file system analysis and runtime analysis for these popular mobile operating systems. This course will provide students with the knowledge necessary to assess mobile app security including what hackers look for in mobile apps. Hacking apps themselves will equip them with the skills required to protect their own apps from attacks. Students will come out with an understanding of the pitfalls to mobile device security and the importance of developing mobile apps securely. They will learn the concepts necessary to securely develop mobile in your organization.

WebAppSec: Developing Secure Web Applications | 1 Day (4/3/2012)| Course Detail | Rm 204B

Web applications continue to be the frontier of wide-spread security breaches. This tutorial will guide through development practices to ensure the security and integrity of web applications, in turn protecting user data and the infrastructure the application runs on. Several attack types and risks will be reviewed (including OWASP?s Top 10), along with how the proper development practices can mitigate their damage. Although examples covered are PHP-based, much of the content is also applicable to other languages. This course was sold out at AppSec USA 2011.

OWASP Mobile Security Project: Working Session | 4/4/2012 rm West Overlook

The working session will be held to reflect on achievements, discuss current initiatives, and to identify emerging areas of concern. If you are involved with the project or would like to get involved, the working session is the perfect place for your voice to be heard.

Through the OWASP Mobile Security Project, our goal is to raise visibility and awareness around mobile application security issues. With collaboration between many different industries, we are bringing together experts from many different areas to solve hard problems.

Join us in our efforts to make the mobile world a more secure place

OWASP Member Door Prizes!

Are you an OWASP Member? At AppSecDC we will be giving away some amazing door prizes, including an Apple iPad "3" 4G to some randomly selected OWASP members in attendance. You HAVE to be an OWASP member to be eligible, but if your not, you can easily add the $50 annual membership to your conference ticket and receive $50 off admission. That's right, FREE OWASP MEMBERSHIP when combined with AppSec DC Registration! So remember to Register today with your OWASP membership!

Please take a moment to visit our sponsors and thank them for their support of AppSec DC, OWASP and the Application Security Mission. To help this along all attendees will receive a sponsor passport. As you visit all of our Gold and Silver sponsor booths they will stamp your passport which you can turn in by noon on the 5th to be entered to win an Apple iPad "3" 4G!

CTF

AppSec DC 2012 CTF will be a competition in which participants compete for prizes in a test of application and network hacking skills. The contestants will participate in real-world scenarios designed to simulate vulnerabilities discovered in production environments. The competition will focus on application security but participants should arrive ready with an arsenal of skill-sets to complete these challenges.

Rules:

The contest begins on April 4th at 1pm and ends the next day, April 5th at 1pm. Competitors are allowed to team up with a other contestants but prizes are only available for four (4) participants. All participants must physically attending the conference and external access ot the system is not available. Additionally, we are bound by the Convention Center’s hours of operation to conduct the CTF so this will not be an all night competition.

The scoring system and any other system NOT designated as “In-Scope” is considered OFF-LIMITS and any malicious activity towards or on those systems will result in an immediate disqualification for the team from which the participant(s) exists.

Contestants will use their own equipment to compete with but it is HIGHLY recommended that contestants do not bring equipment which hosts personal or sensitive data. Scoring will take place via a web-based scoreboard portal. Teams will have individual logins that will be required to submit points.

Resources:

Internet access will be offered at the conference as a means to obtain tools necessary for the competition, but we recommend that you bring the necessary tools to the event. We cannot guarantee access to all sites via the standard convention network, and visiting some sites you would normally obtain hacking tools from may be blocked from the normal convention Wi-Fi. OWASP AppSec DC will provide an isolated the environment and systems which will host the vulnerable applications.


Bring...

  • Android SDK (Emulator)
  • Any other Android related testing tools (Mallory, Eclipse & DDMS, etc.)
  • Your toolkit, of course :-)
  • Energy!

Registration:

Registration will be held up to the day of the competition 4/4/2012 at 12:30PM and can be done either by sending an email to ctf@appsecdc.org in the format listed below or in person in room 207A. We urge participants to register prior to the conference as space is limited.

Name: First, Last Alias: Ex: 1337h4xx0r Team Name: Ex: E4tU4br34kf4s7 Team Size: Max of 4 List Teammates: By Alias, if none, list N/A

Walter E. Washington Convention Center

AppSec DC 2012 will be taking place at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in downtown Washington DC.

The convention center is located over the Mount Vernon Square/Convention Center Metro stop on the Green and Yellow lines of the DC Metro, and only a few blocks from our convention hotel, the Grand Hyatt Washington (reserve rooms here).

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Rooms are available at the Grand Hyatt Washington at the GSA Rate for April of 2012.

Reserve Rooms here!

Room Rates are only guaranteed through the first week of March. Rooms at the discounted rates are available three days before and after the conference dates for attendees wishing to enjoy Washington DC during the National Cherry Blossom Festival.

Sponsors

We are currently soliciting sponsors for the AppSec DC Conference. Please refer to our sponsorship opportunities for details. Please contact us at sponsors@appsecdc.org for sponsorship opportunities.

The OWASP AppSec DC Conference is the premier gathering for Information Security leaders. Executives from the US Government, Fortune 500 firms, technical thought leaders, security architects and lead developers, gather to share cutting-edge ideas, initiatives and technology advancements. AppSec DC will be one of the first OWASP conferences to highlight the new OWASP scope expanding from web to all application security issues.

Attendees will be pushed through the Expo floor for breakfast, lunch and coffee breaks giving them direct access to sponsors’ booths and technology. OWASP will also be hosting a “sponsor passport” game with a top prize to help encourage traffic to all of our Gold, Platinum and Diamond sponsors. The conference is expected to draw over 600 national and international attendees; all with budgets dedicated to web application security and software assurance initiatives. Government, Financial Services, Media, Pharmaceuticals, Healthcare, Technology, and many other verticals will be represented.

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Gold Sponsors

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Silver Sponsors

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Small Business

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Exhibitors

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Item Sponsors

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Event Supporters

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Traveling to the DC Metro Area

The Washington DC Area is serviced by three airports -- Reagan National (DCA), Dulles (IAD), and Thurgood Marshall Baltimore/Washington International (BWI). All currently have available transportation to downtown DC via public transportation, shuttles, or cab.

Washington DC is also serviced by Amtrak, VRE, and MARC train lines, which arrive in Union Station, a few metro stops or a short cab ride away from the convention center and the Grand Hyatt.

If you live in the DC Metropolitan area, we suggest taking Metro to the event. The convention center is located over the Mount Vernon Square/Convention Center Metro stop on the Green and Yellow lines of the DC Metro.

Organizers

Mail List: organizers@appsecdc.org

Arch-Minions

Mail List: leads@appsecdc.org


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