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OWASP Atlanta

Welcome to the Atlanta chapter homepage. The chapter leader is Tony UcedaVelez
Click here to join the local chapter mailing list.

Participation

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Local News

Latest News

So we have hit a bit of a lull over the past two months as you can probably tell. August meeting was really low attendance and September was a non-event since I largely have been out of town and so have a lot of the other co-leads. Nonetheless, get ready to resume meetings. Next one is Nov 17th at the Tilted Kilt @ Cumberland. Make a note and check out details in the Chapter Meetings page above.

FYI - We are trying to reach out to more developers, quality assurance engineers, and software architects so if you have colleagues in those areas, please invite them to come. For next meeting information, please visit the Chapter Meetings tab and RSVP in the link provided.

Staying in Touch

There is an OWASP Atlanta Linkedin Group. For those addicted to LinkedIn, we have a group you can further feed your addiction. The OWASP Atlanta Chapter. http://www.linkedin.com/groups?home=&gid=1811960&trk=anet_ug_hm


The Atlanta mailing list provides a low volume update to monthly events and also allows for members to post questions related to challenges in using and adopting OWASP related material/ tools. To join the Atlanta Mailing List, please sign up here: http://lists.owasp.org/mailman/listinfo/owasp-Atlanta

Becoming a Member or Sponsor

On behalf of the entire organization, I would like to solicit your financial support of our chapter via a tax deductible membership for OWASP as a great non-profit organization which aims to elevate web application security. We hope that you find historical and future meetings to be of value and show support via a member based contribution.

To contribute to OWASP-Atlanta, sign up as an individual member, or support us as a corporate sponsor, please visit: http://www.owasp.org/index.php/Membership. If you are already a member, please don't forget to renew your membership!! The same link will serve both purposes.



Thank You to Our 2011 Supporters

Thanks to the following list of chapter level supporters for their financial contributions and/ or hosting our chapter meetings in 2011.

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2011 OWASP Atlanta Member Survey

The Atlanta OWASP Member Survey has come and gone. Thanks to all those that responded. A subset of the results is shown below in the form of top ranking security topics that members wish to see in 2011. Owasp surv2011.jpg

Chapter Meetings

Future Meetings

November 2011 Meeting

WHAT:: November Chapter Meeting - 'HowTo Talk on Assessing Mobile Apps'

WHEN:: 17th of November 2011. 6-8pm

WHERE:: Cumberland Pkwy Tilted Kilt http://atlanta-cumberland.tiltedkilt.com/

WHO:: Jeremy Allen is the Chief Technology Officer with the Intrepidus Group. Jeremy is a regular speaker at popular security conferences such as BlackHat, SOURCE and OWASP AppSec. He is currently the lead on the development of the SANS “Secure Mobile Application Development: iOS App Security” course. He has conducted numerous application assessments against iOS applications.

ABSTRACT:: This talk will focus on mobile application assessment techniques. The assessment techniques will focus on how to test applications for the OWASP Mobile Top 10 issues. Mitigation techniques for both Android and iOS will be discussed. Mallory, Intrepidus Group’s Man in The Middle tool designed to test mobile devices and applications, will be demonstrated throughout the presentation. Additionally, usage of other open source tools will be demonstrated. Both iOS and Android will be discussed.

COST: Free to all. Bring a Friend.


December 2011 Meeting

WHAT:: December Chapter Meeting - 'Preventing Data Breaches using Provenance-aware Firewalls'

WHEN:: 15th of December 2011. 6-8pm

WHERE:: Cumberland Pkwy Tilted Kilt http://atlanta-cumberland.tiltedkilt.com/

WHO:: Anirudh Ramachandran is a networks and systems security researcher at Georgia Tech and the founder and CTO of Nouvou Inc., a nascent data security startup. He has 6 years of experience developing solutions in areas such as data breach prevention, high speed traffic monitoring, network-level spam filtering, and botnet identification. He graduated with a PhD in Computer Science from Georgia Tech in 2011. http://www.cc.gatech.edu/~avr

ABSTRACT:: Data breaches through Web application vulnerabilities have become particularly rampant. Point solutions -- for example, a Web Application Firewall that scans requests destined to the Web app -- can only stop a limited number of attack patterns, and do not provide any protection from a breach once a vulnerability is eventually exploited. We have developed a complementary approach to prevent breaches based on the idea that, if sensitive data is tracked closely enough, a breach can be prevented without worrying about the Web application vulnerability that led to the breach.

In this talk, I will present the architecture of SilverLine (associates tamper-proof tags with database records and files, and uses an OS-level module to track the flow of tagged data through the various components of a Web application) and describe how we integrated SilverLine with a popular open source e-Commerce Web application, OSCommerce.

COST: Free to all. Bring a Friend. However, please look to join our chapter. Only $50. No pressure, but greatly appreciate. Non-profit and good cause.

January 2012 Meeting

WHAT:: 'Ninja Assessments: Stealth Security Testing for Organizations'

WHEN:: January 19, 2012. 6-8pm

WHERE:: Cumberland Pkwy Tilted Kilt http://atlanta-cumberland.tiltedkilt.com/

WHO:: Kevin Johnson is a security consultant with Secure Ideas. Kevin came to security from a development and system administration background. He has many years of experience performing security services for fortune 100 companies, and in his spare time he contributes to a large number of open source security projects. Kevin's involvement in open-source projects is spread across a number of projects and efforts. He is the founder of many different projects and has worked on others. He founded BASE, which is a Web front-end for Snort analysis. He also founded and continues to lead the SamuraiWTF live DVD. This is a live environment focused on Web penetration testing. He also founded Yokoso and Laudanum, which are focused on exploit delivery. Kevin is a senior instructor for SANS and the author of Security 542: Web Application Penetration Testing and Ethical Hacking. He also presents at industry events, including DEFCON and ShmooCon, and for various organizations, like Infragard, ISACA, ISSA, and the University of Florida.

ABSTRACT:: Organizations today need to be able to easily integrate security testing within their existing processes. In this talk, Kevin Johnson of Secure Ideas will explore various techniques and tools to help organizations assess the security of the web applications. These techniques are designed to be implemented easily and with little impact on the work load of the staff.


COST: Free to all. Bring a Friend. However, please look to join our chapter. Only $50. No pressure, but greatly appreciate. Non-profit and good cause.




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Past Meetings

October 2011 - Fuzzin' w/ JBroFuzz

August 2011 - Mobile Security for the Enterprise (Billy Graham)

May 2011 - Don't Teach Your Developers Security (Caleb Sima, Armorize)

Apr 2011 - Demystifying WAFs (members from Imperva, Accuvant, WhiteHat Security Presenting)

Mar 2011 - Online Privacy (Samy Kamkar)

Feb 2011 - Separated by a Common Language (Business-Geek Communication)

Jan 2011 - OWASP Tool Medley

Dec 2010 - December Social Event

Oct 2010 - Rapid Development of Web Security Tools using SpiderSense

Sep 2010 - Search Engine Hacking

Aug 2010 - OWASP Guided Tour & Using the O2 Platform

Jun 2010 - Security Six Flags Outing

May 2010 - Clubbing WebApps with Botnets

Mar 2010 - Panel on Static & Dynamic Analysis for Web Apps

Feb 2010 - Embedded Malicious JavaScript

Feb 2010 - DNS Security

Jan 2010 - Owasp Top 10

Oct 2009 - Security Religions & Risk Windows (Jeremiah Grossman)

Sept 2009 - Securing WebServices

Aug 2009 - ISSA Event

June 2009 - OWASP LIVE CD Workshop

Apr 2009 - Filter Evasion Techniques (Workshop)

Apr 2009 - Chapter Rebirth meeting

Atlanta ISACA OWASP Meeting 03.27.09

Atlanta Leadership Meeting 03.05.09

Atlanta Leadership Meeting 02.26.09

Atlanta OWASP May 2007 Meeting

Atlanta OWASP December 06 Social

Atlanta OWASP April Meeting

Chapter Meeting March 29th 2006

October 26th Meeting

April 27th, Chapter meeting a SUCCESS!

March 30th, 2005

February Meeting

June 2005

Atlanta Georgia OWASP Chapter Leaders