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==== August 2007 - News - First OWASP Nashville AdHOC event:

OWASP Nashville would like to invite anyone on the list to an application security event that the State of Tennessee is hosting on September 6, 2007. We will have two speakers, the first will be from HP/SPI Dynamics, and the second will be from the SANS institute. It is a joint meeting with the .NET user group and other State of TN development teams. The public is welcome so consider yourself invited.

Details:

When: Thursday September 6, 2007 9:30am to 11:30am Where: 312 8th Ave North, Nashville TN, 37243, 3rd Floor Multi-Media room (Tenn Tower) Agenda:

Introduction - Jason Gunnoe, CISO, State of TN - 10 Minutes Application Security Speaker - SPI Dynamics - 40 Minutes Break - 10 Minutes Application Security Speaker - SANS Institute - 40 Minutes Q and A - 20 Minutes

I haven't received presentation summaries yet. Seating is limited to 70, were expecting ~40-50.

If you have any questions send them along. Pass the word and have friend/peers join the list, the more interest we drum up the more free speakers and events I can put together.

jg