Chapter Meeting March 29th 2006

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Chapter Meeting March 29th 2006

Atlanta OWASP March Meeting Presents Computer Forensics Introduction ASP.Net Security Topics

Wednesday March 29th 6:30pm - 8:30pm Digital Insight Corporation Sales Headquarters 5720 Peachtree Pkwy. Norcross, GA 30092

This meeting is open to public and admission/parking is free.

OWASP Atlanta - our mission as a local chapter of the Open Web Application Security Project is to help promote awareness and contributions to web application security.

Who Should Attend - anyone interested in Web Application Security (management, security architects, developers, etc)

You must RSVP to attend this event. Send email to: owasp-atlanta@lists.sourceforge.net Also, Register to OWASP Atlanta mailing list at: http://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/owasp-atlanta/

Keynote Speakers

David Bendon, CFCE, CISSP, EnCE

David is on the computer forensics team of a Fortune 25 company. Prior to joining the private sector David was the Chief Forensics Computer Specialist for the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI), and a supervisor with their Internet Crimes Against Children Taskforce. While at the GBI, he worked on such high profile cases as the Hope Scholarship case, the Derwin Brown homicide case and the hacking cases of a major university. The has also testified as an expert witness in numerous jurisdictions throughout Georgia. David is the founder and primary admin of the largest vendor neutral computer forensics portal called http://www.forensicsexams.org. He is cofounder and VP of the Cybercrime Summit Group, a non-profit organization that runs the Cybercrime Summit (an international computer forensics/security conference held annually in Atlanta, GA. David is also certified as a CFCE, CISSP and EnCE.

Mohamoud Ibrahim, Senior Developer, The Home Depot

Mohamoud is a Senior Developer for The Home Depot with 12+ years of software development experience. He has experience developing enterprise applications & web services in many development environments and languages including Java and ASP.NET. Mohamoud will discuss developing secure web services in ASP.NET.

Charles Burke, SCJP, CISSP Senior Consultant InfoSec Integrators

Charles is the Atlanta OWASP Chair. He will discuss new security features in ASP.Net 2.0.