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OWASP Denver

Welcome to the Denver chapter homepage. Chapter leader is Andy Lewis (many thanks to David Campbell for past leadership).
Click here to join the local chapter mailing list.

Participation

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Local News

Next Chapter Meeting: RSVP Now!

Denver January 2012 meeting: January 18th, 2012: Greg Knaddison "How Does Drupal Security Stack up?"

New Chapter Board of Directors!

Here's the team that's putting it all together:

  • Chairman/Chapter Leader - Andy Lewis
  • Vice Chairman - Steve Kosten
  • Communications Chairman - Craig Klosterman
  • Comm Vice-Chair - Alan Darien
  • Outreach & Education Chair - James Synovec
  • Outreach & Education Vice Chair - Brad Carvalho
  • FROC Chair - Kathy Thaxton

NOTE: THIS WIKI IS USUALLY TERRIBLY OUT OF DATE. PLEASE FOLLOW @OWASP303 ON TWITTER AND/OR SUBSCRIBE TO THE MAILING LIST


OWASP Podcast

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Wassup with Boulder???

Boulder is presently leaderless. We hope that by moving the Denver meetings up north several miles that we can lure more of the Boulder folks to come join us in our new setup close to downtown Denver. If you're interested in taking over the Boulder chapter please let us know!


funds to OWASP earmarked for Denver.



Questions, Comments

Questions can be directed to

  • Andy Lewis, Denver OWASP: alewis 'at' owasp.org


Chapter Meetings

Future Meetings

DenverOWASP201202 - stay tuned...

SNOWFROC 2012 March 22d at the Tivoli!


Past Meetings

January 18th, 2012| Greg Knaddison [http://2011.badcamp.net/program/sessions/how-does-drupal-security-stack "How Does Drupal Security Stack up?"

September 14th 2011: Chris Schmidt "OWASP ESAPI"

March 17th 2011: Hands on "Hack a Thon"

September 22nd 2010: Eric Duprey: Application Vulnerability Shooting Gallery

August 18th 2010: Clint Pollock: Protecting Your Applications from Backdoors

June 2nd 2010: Front Range OWASP Conference

January 20th 2010: John Evans: Securing Webapps: An Illustrative Overview

November 18th 2009: Anton Rager: Advanced XSS

August 27th 2009: Jon Rose: Security in the Clouds

May 2009: Dr. Joseph McComb & and Daniel Weiske: Compliance and application security testing

March 2009: Front Range OWASP Conference (SnowFROC)

January 2009: David Campbell & Eric Duprey: Guided Tour: AppSec NYC '08 CTF

October 2008: Alex Smolen: The OWASP ASP .NET ESAPI

September 2008: John Dickson: Black Box vs. White Box: Different App Testing Strategies

August 2008: Dan Cornell: Static Analysis

July 2008: David Byrne & Eric Duprey: Grendel-Scan

June 2008: Front Range OWASP Conference: Jeremiah Grossman, Robert Hansen, and more!

May 2008: David Campbell & Eric Duprey: XSS Attacks & Defenses

April 2008: Ryan Barnett: Virtual Patching with ModSecurity

February 2008: Michael Sutton: SQL Injection Revisited

June 2007

April 2007

February 2007

January 2007

November 2006

Local Organizations of Interest

Mailing List

Join the OWASP Denver Mailing List to receive meeting notifications via email

Twitter Feed @owasp303

Denver OWASP has created a Twitter feed @owasp303 to keep you in the loop. Whilst the mailing list is primarily intended to be low-traffic and only provide updates regarding the times, locations, and topics for chapter meetings, the Twitter feed will also provide noteworthy appsec updates.

@OWASP303 Twitter Feed (follow us on Twitter!)



Resources

Denver OWASP Chapter Leaders
  • Andy Lewis, Denver OWASP: alewis 'at' owasp.org
Key OWASP Resources
Chapter Management Links

Denver OWASP Chapter SOPs