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David Byrne has almost a decade of experience in information security, specializing in web application penetration testing. Currently, he is a Senior Security Consultant in Trustwave’s SpideLabs division. Before joining Trustwave, David was the Security Architect at Dish Network. In addition to penetration testing, David has extensive experience working with developers and implementers to design security controls into applications from the ground up. He also has worked with governance and compliance groups to create security policies and standards documents.
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In 2006, David started the Denver chapter of OWASP. In 2008, he released Grendel (grendel-scan.com), an open source web application security scanner. David has spoken at many industry events, including Black Hat, DEFCON, Toorcon, and the Computer Security Institute’s annual conference.
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Charles Henderson is the Practice Manager of Trustwave’s Application Penetration Testing Group.
  
 
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The Presentation: "Automated vs. Manual Security: You can't filter the stupid"

The Speakers: David Byrne & Charles Henderson

David Byrne has almost a decade of experience in information security, specializing in web application penetration testing. Currently, he is a Senior Security Consultant in Trustwave’s SpideLabs division. Before joining Trustwave, David was the Security Architect at Dish Network. In addition to penetration testing, David has extensive experience working with developers and implementers to design security controls into applications from the ground up. He also has worked with governance and compliance groups to create security policies and standards documents.

In 2006, David started the Denver chapter of OWASP. In 2008, he released Grendel (grendel-scan.com), an open source web application security scanner. David has spoken at many industry events, including Black Hat, DEFCON, Toorcon, and the Computer Security Institute’s annual conference.

Charles Henderson is the Practice Manager of Trustwave’s Application Penetration Testing Group.

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