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{{Chapter Template|chaptername=Newcastle|extra=The chapter leaders are [mailto:connor.carr@owasp.org Connor Carr] and [mailto:mike.goodwin@owasp.org Mike Goodwin]
 
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This [[UK]] chapter was started this year (2012), having grown out of the successful [[Leeds_UK]] and [[Manchester]] chapters.
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|mailinglistsite=http://lists.owasp.org/mailman/listinfo/owasp-Newcastle|emailarchives=http://lists.owasp.org/pipermail/owasp-newcastle}}
 
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= Next Meeting  =
 
= Next Meeting  =
  
None currently scheduled, please watch this space for updates soon.
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The next meeting will take place on 26/05/2015 from 18:00 to 21:00 at Northumbria University Ellison Building EBA002.
  
 
If you would like to talk at future meetings then please get in touch via the mailing list or one of the chapter leaders.
 
If you would like to talk at future meetings then please get in touch via the mailing list or one of the chapter leaders.
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= Upcoming Events  =
 
= Upcoming Events  =
  
To be confirmed.
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The next meeting will take place on 26/05/2015 from 18:00 to 21:00 at Northumbria University Ellison Building EBA002.
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We are looking to host a meeting the final Tuesday of every second month.
  
 
Please get in touch if you would like to speak at a Newcastle event - we would be delighted to hear from you.
 
Please get in touch if you would like to speak at a Newcastle event - we would be delighted to hear from you.
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= Past Events  =
 
= Past Events  =
  
'''2012 Dates'''
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'''2015 Dates'''
  
None currently, we are a new chapter.
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24/03/2015 from 18:00 to 21:00 at Northumbria University Ellison Building EBA002.
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Speakers:
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* '''Neil Dixley: Cognitive Bias and Security Vulnerabilities: The psychology of software engineering'''. An introduction to the psychology of cognitive bias and how human nature and cognitive biases are the key to user based security vulnerabilities. A look at how our brains trick us into feeling safe while giving our pin number to strangers on the phone plus a look at how we can use technology to disrupt cognitive bias and use these human traits to mitigate threats and strengthen application security. [[Media:Cognitive_Bias_and_Security_Vulnerabilities__Presentation.pptx]]
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* '''Andy Ward: Security Compliance for Developers - Are we Certified... or Certifiable?'''. Against a background of increasing threats and hacks, with more and more of our personal lives and business processes conducted online, it's never been more important to ensure our software is secure and robust. But how do you prove it? These days, reassuring your customers takes more than an SSL padlock, and some marketing spiel mentioning 'banking grade encryption'! After a quick reminder of "what's the worst that can happen...", Andy will introduce some of the security Compliance and Certification systems that help you 'walk the walk', and provide confidence that your system has its security in good hands, before looking at what it means for developers and engineering teams. [[Media: OWASP_Compliance_for_Devs.pptx]]
  
 
= Chapter Leaders  =
 
= Chapter Leaders  =
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The chapter leaders are:
 
The chapter leaders are:
  
* [[User:Simon Bennetts|Simon Bennetts]]
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* [[User:Connor Carr|Connor Carr]]
* [[User:Daniel Turner|Daniel Turner]]
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* [[User:Michael Goodwin|Mike Goodwin]]
*[mailto:neil.dixley@owasp.org Neil Dixley]
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We are actively seeking more chapter leaders - please get in touch if you would like to become one!
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Once the group is up and running we will be looking for more leaders.
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= Sponsorship =
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The Newcastle chapter is very grateful to Sage (platinum sponsor) for its generous support.
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[[File:sage-logo.jpg]]
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Chapter sponsorship helps pay for venue hire, pizzas, speaker travel expenses, pizzas, giveaway swag for meetings and pizzas.  Also, a proportion of the sponsorship goes to support the OWASP global mission. If you would like to sponsor the chapter, please contact one of the chapter leaders. The corporate sponsorship costs are:
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* Platinum sponsor (£1200)
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* Gold sponsor (£600)
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* Silver sponsor (£300)
  
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Any other donation is also gratefully received.
  
 
= Local Organisations  =
 
= Local Organisations  =

Latest revision as of 08:09, 25 March 2015

OWASP Newcastle

Welcome to the Newcastle chapter homepage. The chapter leaders are Connor Carr and Mike Goodwin
Click here to join the local chapter mailing list.

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The next meeting will take place on 26/05/2015 from 18:00 to 21:00 at Northumbria University Ellison Building EBA002.

If you would like to talk at future meetings then please get in touch via the mailing list or one of the chapter leaders.

Everyone is welcome to join us at our chapter meetings.

The next meeting will take place on 26/05/2015 from 18:00 to 21:00 at Northumbria University Ellison Building EBA002.

We are looking to host a meeting the final Tuesday of every second month.

Please get in touch if you would like to speak at a Newcastle event - we would be delighted to hear from you.

Everyone is welcome to join us at our chapter meetings.

2015 Dates

24/03/2015 from 18:00 to 21:00 at Northumbria University Ellison Building EBA002.

Speakers:

  • Neil Dixley: Cognitive Bias and Security Vulnerabilities: The psychology of software engineering. An introduction to the psychology of cognitive bias and how human nature and cognitive biases are the key to user based security vulnerabilities. A look at how our brains trick us into feeling safe while giving our pin number to strangers on the phone plus a look at how we can use technology to disrupt cognitive bias and use these human traits to mitigate threats and strengthen application security. Media:Cognitive_Bias_and_Security_Vulnerabilities__Presentation.pptx
  • Andy Ward: Security Compliance for Developers - Are we Certified... or Certifiable?. Against a background of increasing threats and hacks, with more and more of our personal lives and business processes conducted online, it's never been more important to ensure our software is secure and robust. But how do you prove it? These days, reassuring your customers takes more than an SSL padlock, and some marketing spiel mentioning 'banking grade encryption'! After a quick reminder of "what's the worst that can happen...", Andy will introduce some of the security Compliance and Certification systems that help you 'walk the walk', and provide confidence that your system has its security in good hands, before looking at what it means for developers and engineering teams. Media: OWASP_Compliance_for_Devs.pptx

The chapter leaders are:

Once the group is up and running we will be looking for more leaders.

The Newcastle chapter is very grateful to Sage (platinum sponsor) for its generous support.

Sage-logo.jpg

Chapter sponsorship helps pay for venue hire, pizzas, speaker travel expenses, pizzas, giveaway swag for meetings and pizzas. Also, a proportion of the sponsorship goes to support the OWASP global mission. If you would like to sponsor the chapter, please contact one of the chapter leaders. The corporate sponsorship costs are:

  • Platinum sponsor (£1200)
  • Gold sponsor (£600)
  • Silver sponsor (£300)

Any other donation is also gratefully received.

Other related organisations in the Newcastle area:

  • Coming soon...

Please get in touch with one of the chapter leaders to get your organisation listed here.

And feel free to use the Newcastle mailing list to publicise related events.