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=== Other Training Materials ===
=== Other Training Materials ===
Revision as of 10:42, 31 January 2011
OWASP Training - OWASP Projects and Resources you can use TODAY!
The main goal of OWASP Training is to support Local Chapters' training activities in a way that allows us to use a model that, despite specific and punctual adjustments, can be easily replicated and become the main frame for all Chapter-led training events.
Furthermore, we will use the concept “OWASP projects and resources you can use TODAY!”
In a nutshell, we are proposing a Chapter’s driven model with Local Chapter organization in which:
If you would like to organize a training event of this sort, please contact me after gathering the following information which will be our starting point:
The role of the Local Chapters in reinforcing visibility of OWASP Projects within the local corporate communities and, by that, in encouraging the use and understanding of our tools and documentation is absolutely invaluable – do get involved!
Trainers Database - Call for Trainers!
CALL FOR TRAINERS - Trainers drive's goal
OWASP is looking for trainers to deliver training under the flag “OWASP projects and resources you can use today”. This is a model of training which is free for OWASP members, delivered by OWASP Leaders (with only travel expenses paid) and covering OWASP modules and/or projects.
If you are an OWASP Leader and would like to be included in OWASP's pool of trainers, this is your chance - add your name and info to the OWASP Trainers / Volunteers Table and be counted!
The role of the Local Chapters in reinforcing visibility of OWASP Projects within the local corporate communities and, by that, in encouraging the use and understanding of our tools and documentation is absolutely invaluable. In this context, the OWASP Training appears as an excellent vehicle to spread the knowledge and the word and that is why this is one of the areas we want to strongly focus on.
Click here for rules and conditions.
OWASP Trainers Database
|Trainer Identification, Interests and Location|
|Name||Projects/Modules I would be interested in presenting||Projects already presented||Current location|
|view edit||Dinis Cruz @||OWASP O2 Platform and anything that moves at OWASP||London|
|view edit||Sébastien Gioria @||Top10,OWASP ASVS, OWASP Guide, OWASP Testing Guide||France|
|view edit||Michael Scovetta @||OWASP Yasca, OWASP Top 10, OWASP Development Guide||Long Island, NY|
|view edit||Eoin Keary @||Code Review Project, Testing Guide||Dublin|
|view edit||Sebastien Deleersnyder (Seba) @||Awareness Trainings, OWASP TOP 10, WebGoat, SAMM and SDL, ...||N/A||Belgium|
|view edit||Venkatesh Jagannathan @||OWASP Top 10, Threat Modeling, Secure Coding Practices/Guidelines||Chennai, India|
|view edit||Mateo Martínez @||Webgoat, OWASP Top Ten, ZAP, OpenSAMM||N/A||Montevideo, Uruguay|
|view edit||Andrew van der Stock @||ASVS, ESAPI for PHP, Ajax, Developer Guide, Top 10||Melbourne, Australia|
|view edit||Marco M. Morana @||Top 10, SAMM, CLASP, Development Guide, Web 2.0, Application Threat Modeling, Secure Coding Guide, Code Review Project, Testing Guide||N/A||Cincinnati, U.S.A.|
|view edit||James McGovern @||Enterprise Architecture Perspectives on Web Application Security||Hartford Connecticut, U.S.A.|
|view edit||Richard Farrell @||OWASP Top 10, Secure Coding or any other application security topic||Melbourne, Australia|
|view edit||Talal AlBasha @||OWASP Top 10, Secure Coding Practices,Application Security Verification Standard, Code Review Guide||Saudi Arabia|
|view edit||Colin Watson||AppSensor, SAMM, Secure SDL, Top Ten, Application Defence, About OWASP||London|
|view edit||Martin Knobloch @||SAMM, CLASP Threat Risk Modeing, WebGoat, WebScarab, TopTen, Secure Coding Principles, ESAPI||Netherlands|
|view edit||Lucas C. Ferreira @||SAMM, WebGoat, Top Ten, Secure Coding Principles, Guided Tour||N/A||Brasilia, DF, Brazil|
|view edit||Steven van der Baan @||Top10,OWASP ASVS, WebGoat, WebScarab,Secure Coding Principles, ESAPI||N/A||Cambridge, UK|
|view edit||Mordecai Kraushar @||OWASP TOP 10, Broken Web Applications||N/A||New York City|
|view edit||Dhruv Soi @||OWASP Top 10, WebGoat, WebScarab, Secure Coding Guide, Code Review Project, Testing Guide, Threat Modeling, Secure Coding Practices/Guidelines||New Delhi, India|
|view edit||Fabio Cerullo @||Top 10, ESAPI, ASVS, Swingset||Dublin, Ireland|
|view edit||Justin Clarke @||Top 10, SAMM, ESAPI, WebGoat, Secure Coding Principles, etc||London, UK|
|view edit||Achim Hoffmann @||Top10, OWASP Testing Guide, Broken Web Applications, WAFs||München, Germany|
|view edit||Nishi Kumar @|| OWASP Top 10
Application Security for Managers and Executives
PCI-DSS and PA-DSS
|view edit||Chandrasekar Umapathy @|| Top10,OWASP ASVS, OWASP Guide, OWASP Testing Guide ,Webgoat,PCI-DSS and PA-DSS
|view edit||Simon Bennetts @||OWASP Zed Attack Proxy Project, OWASP Top 10||Manchester, UK|
|view edit||Daniel Brzozowski @||OWASP Top 10, OWASP O2 Platform, OWASP WebScarab-NG and other open source pentest tools||London, UK|
|view edit||Ludovic Petit @||WebApp Security and Legal aspects, OWASP Secure Software Contract Annex, OWASP Top 10, CISO Guide, OWASP Mobile Security Project, OWASP Cloud Top 10 Project||Paris, France|
|view edit||Gandhi Aryavalli @||OWASP Top 10, WebGoat, WebScarab, Secure Coding Guide, Code Review Project, Testing Guide, Threat Modeling, Secure Coding Practices/Guidelines, Securing Web Applications, Identifying/Mitigating APTs, Next Gen IPS/FW||N/A||India - BANGALORE|
|view edit||Azzeddine RAMRAMI @||PHP and Java Secure Coding, Threat Modeling, Secure Design Principles, CSFRGuard and ZAP Training||Rabat/Casablanca, Morocco and Paris/France|
Videos & Pictures
IBWAS'10 Training Day, 16 Dec 2010
Modules and Materials
OWASP Appsec Tutorial Series
Other Training Materials
IBWAS'10 Training Day sessions, 16th Dec 2010, Lisbon
Library of Links
|PROPOSAL 1A||PROPOSAL 1B - Approved Version|
|PROPOSAL 2||PROPOSAL 3|