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== Local News ==
 
== Local News ==
  
'''Canberra OWASP Chapter meeting - July 2012'''
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The meetings of the Canberra OWASP Chapter will be held every three months, but if we can keep the speakers rolling every month, then we'll make it once a month. The meeting venue and format will stay much the same with the venue kindly provided by the Centre for Internet Security (CIS) and the pizza and beer sponsored by Trustwave.
  
The second meeting of the Canberra OWASP Chapter will be held on the 4th July 2012. The original plan was to hold meetings every three months, but if we can keep the speakers rolling every month, then we'll make it once a month. July's speaker will be someone from Agile Digital, the folks who developed and maintain All Homes. This should be an fantastic insight to secure coding the most popular website in Canberra.
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'''Date:''' See table below
 
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'''Date:''' 4th July 2012
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'''Time:''' 6:00pm to 9:00pm
 
'''Time:''' 6:00pm to 9:00pm
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'''Proceedings:'''  
 
'''Proceedings:'''  
  
1) News, rumour and innuendo in infosec by chapter leader
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1) News, rumour and innuendo in AppSec by chapter leader ([https://www.owasp.org/images/f/fd/OWASP_Canberra_chapter_introduction.ppt slide deck])
  
2) Guest speaker: That Guy, Agile Digital
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2) Guest speaker
  
 
3) Networking and drinks
 
3) Networking and drinks
  
For anyone wishing to deliver or suggest a relevant presentation at a future chapter meeting, please review the speaker agreement and contact the chapter leader (andrew.muller@owasp.org).
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Everyone is welcome to join us at our chapter meetings, whether you're an OWASP member or not!
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'''Canberra OWASP Chapter meeting - June 2012'''
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| 6th June 2012 || Tim Scully, Independent Cyber Security Advocate & Intelligence Risk Consultant and Foundation Board Member of CREST Australia || Rethinking cyber security
 
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The first meeting of the Canberra OWASP Chapter will be held on the 6th June 2012 and is proudly supported by the Centre for Internet Safety (CIS), who have kindly provided the venue, and Trustwave, who have kindly offered refreshments (pizza and softdrink/beer).
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| 4th July 2012 || Justin Smith, Chief Architect of Agile Digital || Appsec for AllHomes
 
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OWASP is an international organization and the OWASP Foundation supports OWASP efforts around the world. OWASP is an open community dedicated to enabling organizations to conceive, develop, acquire, operate, and maintain applications that can be trusted. All of the OWASP tools, documents, forums, and chapters are free and open to anyone interested in improving application security.
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| 1st August 2012 || TBA ||
 
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'''Date:''' 6th June 2012
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| 5th September 2012 || Scott McLeod, Chief Technology Officer of Australian Federal Police || Building successful teams using engineers and technologists
 
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'''Time:''' 6:00pm to 9:00pm
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| 5th December 2012 || TBA ||
 
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'''Place:''' CIS Offices, 170 Haydon drive, Bruce, ACT [http://maps.google.com.au/maps?q=170+Haydon+Drive,+Bruce,+Australian+Capital+Territory&hl=en&ll=-35.237246,149.091924&spn=0.005682,0.007462&sll=-25.335448,135.745076&sspn=69.187564,122.255859&oq=170+Haydon+drive&t=h&hnear=170+Haydon+Dr,+Bruce+Australian+Capital+Territory+2617&z=18]
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'''Proceedings:'''
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1) Introduction to OWASP by chapter leader ([https://www.owasp.org/images/f/fd/OWASP_Canberra_chapter_introduction.ppt slide deck])
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2) Guest speaker: Tim Scully, Independent Cyber Security Advocate & Intelligence Risk Consultant and Foundation Board Member of CREST Australia
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3) Networking and drinks
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For anyone wishing to deliver or suggest a relevant presentation at a future chapter meeting, please review the speaker agreement and contact the chapter leader (andrew.muller@owasp.org).  
 
For anyone wishing to deliver or suggest a relevant presentation at a future chapter meeting, please review the speaker agreement and contact the chapter leader (andrew.muller@owasp.org).  

Revision as of 09:21, 12 June 2012

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OWASP Canberra

Welcome to the Canberra chapter homepage. The chapter leader is Andrew Muller
Click here to join the local chapter mailing list.

Participation

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Local News

The meetings of the Canberra OWASP Chapter will be held every three months, but if we can keep the speakers rolling every month, then we'll make it once a month. The meeting venue and format will stay much the same with the venue kindly provided by the Centre for Internet Security (CIS) and the pizza and beer sponsored by Trustwave.

Date: See table below

Time: 6:00pm to 9:00pm

Place: CIS Offices, 170 Haydon drive, Bruce, ACT [1]

Proceedings:

1) News, rumour and innuendo in AppSec by chapter leader (slide deck)

2) Guest speaker

3) Networking and drinks

Date Guest Speaker Topic
6th June 2012 Tim Scully, Independent Cyber Security Advocate & Intelligence Risk Consultant and Foundation Board Member of CREST Australia Rethinking cyber security
4th July 2012 Justin Smith, Chief Architect of Agile Digital Appsec for AllHomes
1st August 2012 TBA
5th September 2012 Scott McLeod, Chief Technology Officer of Australian Federal Police Building successful teams using engineers and technologists
5th December 2012 TBA

For anyone wishing to deliver or suggest a relevant presentation at a future chapter meeting, please review the speaker agreement and contact the chapter leader (andrew.muller@owasp.org).

Everyone is welcome to join us at our chapter meetings, whether you're an OWASP member or not!