- Call for Papers
- Registration and Fees
- Practical Info
- Social Events
- Chapter Leader Workshop
Call for Training
Submit your Training Proposal here: Call for Training Submission Form
Please carefully fill out the CFT form to submit your training proposal for consideration at OWASP AppSec Latam 2012 in Montevideo, Uruguay.
The training will be held November 18th and 19th, 2012 (Sunday and Monday) at the ANTEL National Telco Company located in downtown Montevideo (conference talks are November 20th and 21st). Training courses will be one (8 hours) or two (16 hours) days. We will post your Display Name, Biography, Training Title, and Training Summary to the appseclatam.org site if your talk is selected. If you provide a URL or Twitter handle, we will post that if your training is selected, too.
The deadline for this Call for Training is August 24, 2012. If your training is selected, we will contact you to confirm, and need your completed Training Instructor Agreement before we open your class for registration.
Trainers get a 40% cut of the training revenue. Price for trainees will be $800 (USD) for a 2-day training course and $400 (USD) for a 1-day training course).
If you would like to submit multiple training proposals, please make multiple separate form submissions.
Trainers will receive one free admission (nontransferable) to the conference in return for delivering a one or two day training course.
Training Instructor Agreement
By submitting your training proposal through our CFT, you are consenting to stay within the guidelines of the Training Instructor Agreement. We will ask you to sign and complete the Agreement and email it back to us if your talk is selected and you accept.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions!
Call for Papers
Submit your Talk Proposal here: Call for Papers Submission Form
Please carefully fill out the CFP form to submit your talk for consideration at OWASP AppSec Latam 2012 in Montevideo, Uruguay.
The talks will be held November 20th and 21st, 2012 at the ANTEL National Telco Company located in downtown Montevideo (training is November 18th and 19th). Talks will be 50 minutes each. We will post your Display Name, Biography, Talk Title, and Talk Abstract to the appseclatam.org site if your talk is selected. If you provide a URL or Twitter handle, we will post that if your talk is selected, too.
The deadline for this Call for Papers is August 31, 2011. If your talk is selected, we will contact you to confirm, and we will expect that your slides and other material will be sent to us no later than November 16, 2011 for our peer review. We peer review slides and other material for inclusion on the conference website (post-conference) and to verify general conformance to OWASP conference presentation guidelines.
If you would like to submit multiple presentations, please make multiple separate form submissions.
Speakers will receive free admission (nontransferable) to the conference in return for delivering a 50 minute talk.
By submitting your proposal for a talk/paper through our CFP, you are consenting to stay within the guidelines of the speaker agreement: https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Speaker_Agreement
Please contact us at email@example.com with any questions!
|Jerry Hoff is vice president of the Static Code Analysis division at WhiteHat Security. In this role, he oversees the development of WhiteHat's cloud-based static application security testing (SAST) service. Prior to WhiteHat, Mr. Hoff was co-founder and managing partner of Infrared Security, a leading application security professional services firm. Mr. Hoff is an experienced application security consultant with years of professional development and training delivery. He is also the leader of the OWASP Appsec Tutorial Series, WebGoat.NET and AntiSamy.NET.|
| Everything you know about Injection Attack is wrong: This casual talk will take a look at several mundane vulnerabilities that we all know about and ask a few deeper questions. What are the underlying mechanisms? Does our advice on preventing them *actually* work? Is there a better way when you think of software design patterns? By the end, we’ll challenge the audience to think past the surface of these code vulnerabilities and hopefully learn a little about how the right abstraction model can save tons of security headaches.
| Cristian F. Borghello, es Licenciado en Sistemas, desarrollador, Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) y Microsoft MVP Security (Most Valuable Professional).
Actualmente es Director de Segu-Info y se desempeña como consultor independiente en Seguridad de la Información. Escribe para diversos medios especializados e investiga en forma independiente sobre Seguridad Informática y de la Información. Ha disertado se congresos y seminarios nacionales e internacionales sobre la temática. El interés por la Seguridad Informática y su investigación lo ha llevado a mantener este sitio: http://www.segu-info.com.ar/
Hernán M. Racciatti
|Hernan M. Racciatti has 20 years of experience in Information Technology, having dedicated most of his careers in areas related to Information Security.
Currently serves as Director of Security at SIClabs, advising private companies and public agencies, leading Penetration Test, Security Application Assessment, Code Source Review, pursuing researches about information security, teaching and offering seminars and technical lectures at conferences of national and international level related to his field.
Among his contributions to the community, should be noted: active participation as a collaborator in some ISECOM´s project (OSSTMM-Open Source Security Testing Methodology Manual and Hacker High School), OISSG (ISSAF – Information Systems Security Assessment Framework), the development of small tools designed to secure information systems and several papers, articles and technical documents written for digital and print publications whit national and international circulation.
During last year, he found and reported vulnerability in major commercial products.
Hernan Marcelo Racciatti is member of the Core Team at ISECOM (Institute for Security and Open Methodologies), ISSAF Key Contributor at OISSG (Open Information System Security Group), President of CSA (Cloud Security Alliance) Argentina Chapter, Executive Committee Member of the ONG Argentina Cibersegura, ISSA (Information Systems Security Association) and OWASP (Open Web Application Security Project) Buenos Aires Chapter Member.
Learn more about Hernan at http://www.hernanracciatti.com.ar/
The conference training and talks will be held in the conference auditorium and interactive room, which are adjacent to the Antel Tower.
Access to conference:
- Before Sept 30th: 3200.00 UYU (approx. 150.00 USD)
- Before Oct 31st: 4250.00 UYU (approx. 200.00 USD)
- After Nov 1st: 5300.00 UYU (approx. 250.00 USD)
- One day: 8500.00 UYU (approx. 400.00 USD)
- Two days: 17000.00 UYU (approx. 800.00 USD)
- OWASP Member: 50.00 USD (Note: This discount is equal to the cost of becoming an OWASP paid Member.)
- Student: 1600.00 UYU (approx. 75.00 USD). Note: student ID or other proof of current student status is required.
- Special discounts available for groups registrations. Please send inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration is not yet available for this event. Check back the beginning of September for registration details.
We are looking for sponsors for 2012 edition of Global AppSec Latin America.
If you are interested to sponsor Global AppSec Latin America 2012, please contact the conference team: email@example.com
To find out more about the different sponsorship opportunities please check the document below:
OWASP AppSec Latam 2012 Sponsorship Options - English
We are currently in the process of negotiating a group rate with one or two local hotels. Please check back for details on those group rates.
Details on the workshop for 2012 are forthcoming.
Email Sarah Baso for more details.
2012 AppSec Latam Conference Volunteer Team
- Mateo Martinez
- Mauro Flores
- Martin Tartarelli
- Fabio Cerullo
OWASP Staff Support
- Sarah Baso
- Kate Hartmann
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org