OWASP on the Move
This new program allows local chapter or application security conferences to have OWASP presenters on site.
This page will allow 3 parties to find each other:
- OWASP speakers to entertain OWASP presentations and that want to see the world
- Local chapters or application security events that want to attract an OWASP speaker
- OWASP sponsors that want to support spreading the OWASP message
Owasp on the Move (OotM) is now also a project. Visit the project page to see what the future holds for OotM.
Add your demand here:
- Helsinki is looking for OWASP speakers on the SDLC topic for a mini-conference. Expected timing is late August, early Sept. Sponsors and potential speakers are requested to contact Mikko.
- Edmonton is looking for an OWASP speaker on any topic to coincide with the CIPS Edmonton ICE Conference. The talk would be during November 5 - 7, 2007. Looking for a quick reply if possible as we are trying to finalize the conference program very shortly. Keynotes at the conference include Bruce Schneier and Jim Christy, so this could be a great opportunity to showcase OWASP to an interested audience.
If you want to (re)do an OWASP related presentation, propose them here with your availability boundaries (timing/geographical)
- Marc Curphey will happily speak about the WebAppSec industry, SDLC etc. around Europe. You can see him in action at HITB with John Viega (big download)
- Paolo Perego is available to talk about Orizon project, safe coding and code review issues around Europe in the near October-December.
Upcoming OWASP on the Move Events
- Belgium Mark Curphey and pdp (Architect) will be coming as part of the OWASP Day worldwide conference.
Past OWASP on the Move Events
- Turkey Dinis joined the first Turkey Mini-Conference
- Belgium Ivan Ristic and Dinis Cruz came to the chapter meeting (sponsored by F5 Networks locally).
Currently the OotM is sponsored by banners on the OWASP home page.
We are looking for sponsors that specifically want to sponsor the OotM project.
Past local sponsors were:
- F5 Networks in Belgium