Welcome to the Atlanta chapter homepage. The chapter leaders are: Tony UcedaVelez, Dean Saxe, Charles Burke,
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As many of you know, we are steering OWASP-Atlanta to crank out some meaningful case studies with metrics. As part of the planning that goes into this, we have spoken to a few organizations that have expressed interest in gaining our expertise on an array of security topics that revolve around web application security. On our part, we need to formalize our A-Team in order to see who would be available for which types of case-study genres. If you are interested in partaking on this team, please let me know. You can reach me at tonyuv [at] versprite [dot] com. --VerSprite 19:24, 6 April 2009 (UTC)
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--VerSprite 18:42, 20 August 2009 (UTC) Our next meeting is set for September 15th, 2009. Don't miss out on the presentation related to Securing WebServices. More details on this event can be found on our Chapter Meetings tab below.
Staying in Touch
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OWASP Atlanta Supporters
Thanks to the following list of official sponsors and supportive organizations for their financial contributions and resource support.
2009 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 2009. More detailed results will be provided and discussed briefly during our first meeting, April 2nd, 2009.
WHAT:: Securing WebServices
WHERE:: Room 1212 , Klaus Advanced Computing Building, GA Tech
WHEN:: September 15, 2009 6-8pm
WHO:: Tony UcedaVelez, Chapter Lead
ABSTRACT:: The threat landscape for web services is much larger than client side attack vectors, particularly for injection flaws. Missing a lot of the spotlight that web applications have received in recent years , hackers are eager to get cozy with your web services given the more prevalent attack vectors to both requestor and provider roles as well as the easier access to backend data services.
COST: No costs, but all donations will be accepted as it helps pay for meeting related materials and provisions. Best way to support the chapter is to become a member.
Atlanta Georgia OWASP Chapter Leaders
- Tony UcedaVelez - Chapter Lead
- Charles Burke - Chapter Lead
- Dean Saxe - Chapter Lead