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Revision as of 20:10, 2 July 2009

OWASP Podcast Series #30

OWASP Interview with Billy Hoffman and Matt Wood
Recorded June 2, 2009
Recorded July 2, 2009

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Participants

  • Billy Hoffman is the manager of the HP Web Security Research Group where he specializes in the automated discovery of Web application vulnerabilities and crawling technologies. Billy is a frequent presenter at conferences including, AJAXWorld, Black Hat, Black Hat Federal, Toorcon, Shmoocon, O'Reilly's Emerging Technology Conference, RSA and The 5th Hope, and presented by invitation to the FBI. He co-authored a critically acclaimed book on AJAX Security that has become an indispensable resource for developers, QA specialists and software security professionals working on AJAX applications.
  • Matt Wood is a Senior Security Researcher in HP's Web Security Research Group. Since joining HP's Web Security Research Group, Matt has lead the development of both HP Scrawlr and HP SWFScan which were released during the last year. He has been involved with security for 6 years and his current research focuses on client side static analysis. Prior to HP, Matt researched Artificial Intelligence and SQL Injection at the Georgia Institute of Technology where he also received his BS in Computer Science.