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== Welcome to the OWASP Tampa Local Chapter  ==
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{{Chapter Template|chaptername=Tampa|extra=Anyone in our area interested in information security is welcome to attend. Our meetings are informal and encourage open discussion of all aspects of application security. We invite attendees to give short presentations about specific topics.
  
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We have a mailing list at: https://groups.google.com/a/owasp.org/d/forum/tampa-chapter
  
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If you have any questions about the Tampa chapter, please send an email to the chapter leaders via the above mailing list:
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* [mailto:jon.singer@owasp.org Jonathan Singer] - Co-Leader
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* [mailto:sunny.wear@owasp.org Sunny Wear] - Co-Leader
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* Nestor Torres - Chapter Coordinator
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* Charlie Marval - Chapter Coordinator
  
Anyone in our area interested in information security is welcome to attend. Our meetings are informal and encourage open discussion of all aspects of application security. We invite attendees to give short presentations about specific topics.
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The Tampa chapter is sponsored by:
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We are looking for sponsors!
  
We have a mailing list at: https://lists.owasp.org/mailman/listinfo/owasp-tampa
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Join the OWASP Tampa LinkedIn group [https://www.linkedin.com/groups/2897535/profile here].
  
If you have any questions about the Tampa chapter, please send an email to the chapter leader [http://scr.im/mascasa Justin Morehouse].  
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Join the OWASP Tampa Facebook group [https://www.facebook.com/owasptampa/ here].
  
The Tampa chapter is sponsored by [http://www.guidepointsecurity.com GuidePoint Security] and [http://isc2.org ISC2].
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A reminder that CISSPs can earn 1 CPE credit for every hour of attendance at OWASP meetings.
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Join the OWASP Tampa LinkedIn group [http://www.linkedin.com/groups?about=&gid=2897535&trk=anet_ug_grppro here].
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== Next Meeting  ==
  
A reminder that CISSPs can earn 1 CPE credit for every hour of attendance at OWASP meetings.
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Date:
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* Thursday evening, June 27, 2019
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Time:
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* 6:00pm - 9:00pm
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Description:
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* OWASP Tampa Chapter Q3 Meeting
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Location:
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* '''The Undercroft''' 1320 E. 9th Ave  Tampa, FL 33605
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Registration: https://web.securityinnovation.com/owasp-tampa2019
  
== Next Meeting  ==
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Presentation: Security Innovation's CMD+CTRL Cyber Range
Our next meeting will be held on Thursday, March 19th from 6PM to 8PM.
 
  
Our first speaker will be Jeremy “Howie” Howerton from Checkmarx. Howie will be presenting '''Warning Ahead: Security Storms are Brewing in Your JavaScript.''' His abstract and bio are below.
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Sponsor: Security Innovation
  
'''Abstract'''
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TOPIC: CTF
JavaScript controls our lives ? we use it to zoom in and out of a map, to automatically schedule doctor appointments and to play online games. But have we ever properly considered the security state of this scripting
 
language?
 
  
Before dismissing the (in)security posture of JavaScript on the grounds of a client-side problem, consider the impact of JavaScript vulnerability exploitation to the enterprise: from stealing server-side data to infecting users with malware. Hackers are beginning to recognize this new playground and are quickly adding JavaScript exploitation tools to their Web attack arsenal.
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DESCRIPTION:  
  
In this talk we explore the vulnerabilities behind JavaScript, including:
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'''Security Innovation''' is proud to partner with '''OWASP Tampa''' to offer attendees a fun "find the vulnerabilities" game that shows how hackers break into websites and teaches the importance of secure coding habits. 
- A new class of vulnerabilities unique only to JavaScript
 
- Vulnerabilities in 3rd-party platforms which are exploited through JavaScript code
 
- HTML5 is considered the NG-JavaScript. In turn, HTML5 introduces a new set of vulnerabilities
 
  
'''Bio'''
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The game features CMD+CTRL [https://www.securityinnovation.com/training/cmd-ctrl-cyber-range-security-training/cyber-range-suite/cmdctrl-cyber-range-shadow-bank/ '''ShadowBank'''], a web application cyber range where players compete to find vulnerabilities, score points, and move up the leaderboard.  Leveraging cheat sheets, attack tables, and expert led training sessions, players can create fake accounts, transfer funds, buy and sell stocks, and other nefarious acts.
Howie is a Senior Application Security Consultant for the award winning SAST solution provider Checkmarx (www.checkmarx.com)  In his 15 year career he has worked with some of the largest organizations in the world to define and implement cutting edge security programs within a diverse set of corporate environments. In addition to his application-specific security knowledge, Howie has extensive knowledge and experience at the host, malware, and network security layers.  Previous to his current responsibilities at Checkmarx Howie held similar roles with TippingPoint and FireEye.  Outside of work, Howie enjoys playing with his two kids and is an avid fan of college basketball (specifically, the Kentucky Wildcats).
 
  
== Meeting Location  ==
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'''Just bring your computer and evil inner-doer and you are ready to roll!'''
  
Our next meeting will be held at the [http://www.guidepointsecurity.com/contact-us/#St._Petersburg GuidePoint Security] office in Downtown Saint Petersburg. The address is:
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== Meeting Location ==
  
[https://maps.google.com/maps?q=146+2nd+Street+North+Suite+206+Saint+Petersburg,+FL+33701&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=146+2nd+St+N+%23206,+St+Petersburg,+Florida+33701&gl=us&t=m&z=14&ll=27.773124,-82.635867&source=embed 146 2nd Street North, Suite 206, Saint Petersburg, FL 33701]
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Location:
  
Cash only parking is available across the street in the Muvico parking lot.
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The Undercroft 1320 E. 9th AveTampa, FL 33605
  
 
== Presentation Archives  ==
 
== Presentation Archives  ==
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2019-Q1 - Application Security in an Ever Changing Digital Landscape - Trace Hollifield - Presentation Slides [[:File:Dev Sec Ops 2019-03.pdf|here]]
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2016-Q4 - Mark Villinski, Kaspersky - Unlock the Key to Repel Ransomware, Major General Oleg D. Kalugin, Formerly with KGB and author of "Spymaster", John Ford- Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2016, Steve Obeck, Tanium- Security Hygiene, Jeremy Rasmussen, Cybersecurity Director of Abacode - “Incident Response and Investigations: Tales from the Trenches”
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2016-Q3 - Red Team Operating in a modern environment - Jonathan Echavarria - Presentation Slides [https://www.owasp.org/images/4/4b/Red_Team_Operating_in_a_Modern_Environment.pdf here]
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2016-Q2 - OpenSAMM Software Assurance Maturity Model - Eoin Fitzpatrick - Presentation Slides [https://www.owasp.org/images/b/bd/OpenSAMM_Overview.pdf here]
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2016-Q1 - AppSec Pipeline: Application Security in a world of Agile Development, Continuous Change and DevOps - Doug Morato - Presentation Slides [https://www.owasp.org/images/e/ef/OWASP_Tampa_-_02_19_2016_-_AppSec_Pipeline.pdf here]
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2015-Q4 - Care & Feeding of Programmers-Addressing App Sec Gaps with Headers - Sunny Wear - Presentation Slides [https://www.owasp.org/images/d/d3/Care_%26_Feeding_of_Programmers_-Addressing_App_Sec_Gaps_with_Headers.pdf here]
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2015-Q4 - Secure Session Management - Brian Beaudry - Presentation Slides [http://www.slideshare.net/gpsec/secure-session-management here]
  
 
OWASP Tampa Day 2014 - Shadow IT Does Not Have To Be Shady - Scott VanWart - Presentation Slides [https://www.owasp.org/images/b/b8/OTD_2014_-_Shadow-IT-Shady-FINAL.pdf here]
 
OWASP Tampa Day 2014 - Shadow IT Does Not Have To Be Shady - Scott VanWart - Presentation Slides [https://www.owasp.org/images/b/b8/OTD_2014_-_Shadow-IT-Shady-FINAL.pdf here]
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2008-Q4 - Google Code Search : The pitfalls of Copy/Paste - Tony Flick - Presentation slides [https://www.owasp.org/images/5/5b/GoogleCodeSearch.pdf here]  
 
2008-Q4 - Google Code Search : The pitfalls of Copy/Paste - Tony Flick - Presentation slides [https://www.owasp.org/images/5/5b/GoogleCodeSearch.pdf here]  
  
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Latest revision as of 10:42, 10 May 2019

OWASP Tampa

Welcome to the Tampa chapter homepage. Anyone in our area interested in information security is welcome to attend. Our meetings are informal and encourage open discussion of all aspects of application security. We invite attendees to give short presentations about specific topics.

We have a mailing list at: https://groups.google.com/a/owasp.org/d/forum/tampa-chapter

If you have any questions about the Tampa chapter, please send an email to the chapter leaders via the above mailing list:

The Tampa chapter is sponsored by: We are looking for sponsors!

Join the OWASP Tampa LinkedIn group here.

Join the OWASP Tampa Facebook group here.

A reminder that CISSPs can earn 1 CPE credit for every hour of attendance at OWASP meetings.


Participation

OWASP Foundation (Overview Slides) is a professional association of global members and is open to anyone interested in learning more about software security. Local chapters are run independently and guided by the Chapter_Leader_Handbook. As a 501(c)(3) non-profit professional association your support and sponsorship of any meeting venue and/or refreshments is tax-deductible. Financial contributions should only be made online using the authorized online chapter donation button. To be a SPEAKER at ANY OWASP Chapter in the world simply review the speaker agreement and then contact the local chapter leader with details of what OWASP PROJECT, independent research or related software security topic you would like to present on.

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Next Meeting

Date:

  • Thursday evening, June 27, 2019

Time:

  • 6:00pm - 9:00pm

Description:

  • OWASP Tampa Chapter Q3 Meeting

Location:

  • The Undercroft 1320 E. 9th Ave Tampa, FL 33605

Registration: https://web.securityinnovation.com/owasp-tampa2019

Presentation: Security Innovation's CMD+CTRL Cyber Range

Sponsor: Security Innovation

TOPIC: CTF

DESCRIPTION:  

Security Innovation is proud to partner with OWASP Tampa to offer attendees a fun "find the vulnerabilities" game that shows how hackers break into websites and teaches the importance of secure coding habits. 

The game features CMD+CTRL ShadowBank, a web application cyber range where players compete to find vulnerabilities, score points, and move up the leaderboard.  Leveraging cheat sheets, attack tables, and expert led training sessions, players can create fake accounts, transfer funds, buy and sell stocks, and other nefarious acts.

Just bring your computer and evil inner-doer and you are ready to roll!

Meeting Location

Location:

The Undercroft 1320 E. 9th AveTampa, FL 33605

Presentation Archives

2019-Q1 - Application Security in an Ever Changing Digital Landscape - Trace Hollifield - Presentation Slides here

2016-Q4 - Mark Villinski, Kaspersky - Unlock the Key to Repel Ransomware, Major General Oleg D. Kalugin, Formerly with KGB and author of "Spymaster", John Ford- Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2016, Steve Obeck, Tanium- Security Hygiene, Jeremy Rasmussen, Cybersecurity Director of Abacode - “Incident Response and Investigations: Tales from the Trenches”

2016-Q3 - Red Team Operating in a modern environment - Jonathan Echavarria - Presentation Slides here

2016-Q2 - OpenSAMM Software Assurance Maturity Model - Eoin Fitzpatrick - Presentation Slides here

2016-Q1 - AppSec Pipeline: Application Security in a world of Agile Development, Continuous Change and DevOps - Doug Morato - Presentation Slides here

2015-Q4 - Care & Feeding of Programmers-Addressing App Sec Gaps with Headers - Sunny Wear - Presentation Slides here

2015-Q4 - Secure Session Management - Brian Beaudry - Presentation Slides here

OWASP Tampa Day 2014 - Shadow IT Does Not Have To Be Shady - Scott VanWart - Presentation Slides here

OWASP Tampa Day 2014 - Offensive Mobile Forensics - Joey Peloquin - Presentation Slides here

OWASP Tampa Day 2014 - OWASP Top 10 for MVC 4 and Greater - James Davis - Presentation Slides here

OWASP Tampa Day 2014 - Application Centric Mobile Application Security Model - Daniel Bender - Presentation Slides here

OWASP Tampa Day 2014 - Intern down for what? - Tony Turner - Presentation Slides here

2014-Q3 - Do we really know the OWASP Top 10? - Jon Singer - Presentation Slides here

2014-Q1 - Herding Cats - Carl Brothers - Presentation Slides here

2014-Q1 - The Enemy Within - Ramece Cave - Presentation Slides here

OWASP Tampa Day 2013 - Securing Your Applications' Data With Web Application Firewalls - Dennis K. Usle - Presentation Slides here

OWASP Tampa Day 2013 - Bring Your Own Service - Doug Maul - Presentation Slides here

OWASP Tampa Day 2013 - Design Consideration & Guiding Principles for Implementing Cloud Security - Bill Sterns - Presentation Slides here

OWASP Tampa Day 2013 - Let's Get Right To The Endpoint - Mel Pless - Presentation Slides here

OWASP Tampa Day 2013 - Vulnerability Management That Works - Tony Turner - Presentation Slides here

2012-Q3 - Taming the B.E.A.S.T. - Richard Newman - Presentation Slides here

OWASP Tampa Day 2012 - Changing the Game - Jason Kent - Presentation Slides here

OWASP Tampa Day 2012 - MDM Technical Presentation - Keith Katz - Presentation Slides here

OWASP Tampa Day 2012 - Federated Identities in the Real World - Nathan Sargent - Presentation Slides here

OWASP Tampa Day 2012 - Define and Optimize Your Approach to Application Security - Bruce Jenkins - Presentation Slides here

OWASP Tampa Day 2012 - Anonymous: Lessons Learned - Bill Church - Presentation Slides here

2012-Q1 - Protecting Against SQLi in Real-Time - Stuart Hancock - Presentation Slides here

2011-Q4 - How Not to Build Android Apps - Jack Mannino - Presentation Slides here

2011-Q4 - Behind Enemy Lines: Practical & Triage Approaches to Mobile Security Abroad - Justin Morehouse - Presentation Slides here

2011-Q3 - Hiding in Plain Sight - Ramece Cave - Presentation Slides here

2011-Q3 - PCI Compliance 2.0 - Kate Mullin - Presentation Slides here

OWASP Tampa Day 2011 - PCI for Developers: Lessons from the Real World - Trevor Hawthorn - Presentation Slides here

OWASP Tampa Day 2011 - Top Website Vulnerabilities: Trends, Business Effects and How to Fight Them - Rinaldi Rampen - Presentation Slides here

OWASP Tampa Day 2011 - How to Defend the Universe from Evil-doers: A Guide for Software Developers and Security Teams - Bruce Jenkins - Presentation Slides here

OWASP Tampa Day 2011 - Analysis of Deadly Combination of XSS and CSRF - Sherif Koussa - Presentation Slides here

2011-Q1 - Real Lessons of Deploying Static Analysis in Development Groups - Jeff LoSapio - Presentation Slides here

2011-Q1 - Intelligence Gathering for Penetration Testers: Opening Doors with Metadata - Chris Patten - Presentation Slides here

2011-Q1 - Vulnerability Management in an IPv6 World - Richard Newman & Brett McKinney - Presentation Slides here

2010-Q4 - Nessus Bridge for Metasploit - Zate Berg - Presentation Slides here

2010-Q2 - Stealing Guests...The VMware Way - Justin Morehouse & Tony Flick - Presentation slides here

2010-Q1 - The New World of Smartphone Security - Trevor Hawthorn - Presentation slides here

2009-Q3 - Hacking the Smart Grid - Tony Flick - Presentation slides here

2009-Q2 - Open SAMM - Zate Berg - Presentation slides here

2009-Q1 - XSS Anonymous Browser - Matt Flick - Presentation slides here

2008-Q4 - Google Code Search : The pitfalls of Copy/Paste - Tony Flick - Presentation slides here