Category:OWASP Speakers Project
This program lead by Martin Knobloch helps local chapters or application security conferences to find OWASP related speakers to have OWASP presenters on site.
This program allows two parties to find each other:
- Local chapters or application security events that want to attract an OWASP speaker
- OWASP speakers to entertain OWASP presentations and that want to see the world
For sponsorship, see the OWASP on the Move Project page
If you want to (re)do an OWASP related presentation, propose them here with your availability boundaries (timing/geographical)
- Add your name, contact and bio information to become available as OWASP Speaker!
|Robert H'obbes' Zakon||Presenter on Web Application Security, OWASP Top 10, PHP Security, and assorted other topics. Training sessions taught at events such as OWASP, ACSAC, and CCS. Based in New Hampshire, and available for travel worldwide. Fluent in English, and able to converse in Portuguese. A developer and consultant for the past decade, formerly a Principal Engineer with MITRE's InfoSec Group.||Global (USA/NH-based)||BIO|
|James McGovern||Presenter on Enterprise Architecture and Web Application Security, SOA Web Services Security and Federated Identity.||Global (USA/CT-based)||BIO|
|Chuck McCullough||Chuck provides training sessions to developers on the Top 10. Chuck welcomes speaking opportunities to any group. Chuck is available in the Texas area and at various other locations in the USA.||USA/Texas||BIO|
|Marc Curphey||Marc will happily speak about the WebAppSec industry, SDLC etc. around Europe. You can see him in action at HITB with John Viega (big download)||Europe||BIO|
|Tom Brennan||based in NYC Metro Tom is a long time volunteer and OWASP contributor and International Board Member. He is available for global speaking venues to educate audiences about the OWASP Foundation core mission, how it works and various projects. In addition he also provides regular talks on honeypot research and case-studies about tactical experiences when conducting Red Team/Tiger Team assessments involving the application, network, wireless and physical security - BIO||Global||BIO|
|Paolo Perego||Paolo is available to talk about Orizon project, safe coding and code review issues around Europe in the near October-December.||Europe||BIO|
|Marco Morana||Marco is available to talk about Software Security Frameworksand Secure Code Reviews see 07 CSI conference as reference in USA around November-December and in Europe around January-February||Europe||BIO|
|Amro Alolaqi||Amro is leading the OWASP Saudi Arabia and UAE chapters, futhermore a contributor for the OWASP Testing Guide v4, OWASP Zed Attack Proxy (ZAP) and OWASP Web Application Security Testing Cheat Sheet. He is a frequent speaker at various industry conferences and events; topics of interest include Web App Critical Vulnerabilities, OWASP Zed Attack Proxy (ZAP), OWASP Testing Guide, Web Application Security Testing and Threat Modeling.||Global (Middle East-based)||BIO|
|Sébastien Gioria||Sebastien is available to talk about WebAppSec, educational purpose on AppSec in French or at least in english around France/Europe/Canada from middle of March 08. You can find some Talk on the Owasp France Chapter||France/Europe/Canada||BIO|
|Mordecai Kraushar||Mordecai is available to talk about different topics within the Web application security space. Discussions typically involve either the Broken Web Application project or the Vicnum project, , a flexible vulnerable web application that can be used in many scenarios including 'capture the flag' exercises.||Global||BIO|
|Michael Coates||Michael is available to talk on a variety of web application security topics. Talks are interactive and include live demos and code examples. Michael has spoken at multiple OWASP conferences and University security courses on topics such as Introduction to Application Security, Automated Defense Systems in Applications, Real Time Detection and Prevention of Application Worms, and security risks in SSL/TLS.||USA/San Francisco & Virtual Presentations||BIO|
|Tobias Gondrom|| Tobias is on the London chapter board (and previously Germany chapter lead) and currently member of the OWASP Global Industry committee. He is available to talk on a variety of web application and information security and risk management topics. He gives two different types of presentations - preferred in Asia or Europe:
- CISO level: information security, risk management from Secure SDLCs, maturity models, standards and security strategy, to change management and managing application security in large organisations and the OWASP CISO Guide.
- Deep technical talks: new security standards and research, involving his work in web security research and as the chair of the web security working group at the IETF. Tobias has spoken at multiple OWASP AppSec and other security conferences, given university guest lectures and full training days on topics like CISO training, browser security, web security, new technologies for channel protection with SSL/TLS, electronic signatures, ...
| Asia and Europe
(dual based in both regions)
|Dan Cornell||Dan Cornell has over twelve years of experience architecting, developing and securing web-based software systems. He speaks on a variety of software development and software security topics such as Vulnerability Management, Software Security Remediation, and Code Review/Static Analysis. Dan is based in San Antonio, TX and available to fly/drive as needed to the site.||USA/San Antonio||BIO|
|John Steven||John speaks on a variety of topics including "How to build your own application security group", "Threat Modeling", "Code Review and Static analysis", as well as other topics. John has spoken at and given tutorials for multiple OWASP conferences. John frequents New York, Boston, Washington DC, and Charlotte, but is available for travel elsewhere.||Washington, DC/USA||BIO|
|Blake Cornell||Blake is available to speak regarding topics including Security v. HIPPA, Penetration Testing Methodologies, Fuzzing and Blended Threats such as attacking VoIP with the OWASP Top 10. Blake lives in the NY Metro area and is available for speaking at regional, national and world wide events.||New York, NY/USA||BIO|
|Nick Coblentz||Nick regularly performs research related to secure software development. He is available to present on topics such as the Software Assurance Maturity Model (SAMM), the SAMM Interview Template, Building Web Application Security Portfolios, and The Microsoft SDL for Agile Development. Please email Nick if you see articles on his blog that you would like him to present.||USA/Kansas, Oklahoma, Missouri||BIO|
|Juan Carlos Calderon||Juan has being part of the Appliction Security industry for 9 years, currently performs research on application and information security arena. He is available to present "Preparing an strategy for application vulnerability detection", "Owasp Spanish and Internationalization" and "Análisis y efectos del cibercrimen en Mexico"(Analysis and effects of cibercrime in México). He is also open to talk about other topics related to OWASP materials and tools, send him a note to verify the coverage.||Aguascalientes/México||BIO|
|Edward Bonver||Edward has over a decade of experience in the software security field. He currently works for Symantec's Product Security Team, where he brings all aspects of secure software development to product teams across the company. He is a frequent speaker at various industry conferences and OWASP events; topics of interest include Threat Modeling and Security Testing.||Global(USA/Los Angeles-based)||BIO|
|Ludovic Petit||Chapter Leader OWASP France and OWASP Global Connections Committee Member, Ludovic is living in Paris and is willing to talk about Web Application Security topics with a Corporate dimension, including about Legal and Law Enforcement, the OWASP Foundation approach, and explain why WebApp Security is also linked to Legal and Regulatory aspects, so Corporate responsibility, to protect your business.||France, Europe and elsewhere, according to my availabilities and if you pay yourself the travel and accommodation expenses.||BIO|
|Magno Logan||OWASP Paraiba Chapter Leader and OWASP Portuguese Language Project Member. Magno (Logan) Rodrigues has an MBA in Information Security and studied Computer Forensics for one year in New York. He has done many talks about OWASP and it's main projects at national and international events such as ENSOL, GTS and App Sec Latam 2011. Topics of interest include: OWASP Top 10, WebGoat, Java Security, E-commerce Security and Computer Forensics.||Latin America||BIO|
|Wagner Elias|| Wagner founded the Brazil chapter is currently Curitiba-Brazil Chapter Leader and available to talk on a variety of web application security topics. Talks are interactive and include live demos and code examples. Wagner has spoken at various conferences in Brazil.
Topics of interest: Mobile Security; SDL Process and Implementation; Code Review and Application Test
|Ramiro Pulgar||Chapter Leader OWASP Ecuador. milovisho OWASP Ecuador Chapter Leader||Ecuador, Latin America, Global||BIO|
|John Vargas||Chapter Leader OWASP Perú. John Vargas OWASP Perú Chapter Leader||Perú, Latin America, Global||BIO|
|Ahmed M Neil||Neil is available to speak regarding topics including Digital forensics,Wep Application threats and security, Medical Information System Security, Wep application Penetration Testing,Always like to discuss OWASP Top 10. I am in Mansoura, Egypt now and available for speaking at regional,and world wide events.
Ahmed Neil OWASP Mansoura Chapter Leader
- Add your name, contact and bio information to become available as OWASP Speaker!
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