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In 1992, Bill Sempf was working as a systems administrator for The Ohio·State University under Sandy Wambold, and formalized his career-long association with internetworking. While working for one of the first ISPs in Columbus in 1995, he built the second major web-based shopping center, Americash Mall, using Cold Fusion and Oracle. Bill's focus started to turn to security around the turn of the century. Internet-driven viruses were becoming the norm by this time, and applications were susceptible to attack like never before. In 2003, Bill wrote the Security and Deployment chapters of the often-referenced Professional ASP.NET Web Services for Wrox, and began his career in pen testing and threat modeling with a web services analysis for the Ohio Department of Health.  
 
In 1992, Bill Sempf was working as a systems administrator for The Ohio·State University under Sandy Wambold, and formalized his career-long association with internetworking. While working for one of the first ISPs in Columbus in 1995, he built the second major web-based shopping center, Americash Mall, using Cold Fusion and Oracle. Bill's focus started to turn to security around the turn of the century. Internet-driven viruses were becoming the norm by this time, and applications were susceptible to attack like never before. In 2003, Bill wrote the Security and Deployment chapters of the often-referenced Professional ASP.NET Web Services for Wrox, and began his career in pen testing and threat modeling with a web services analysis for the Ohio Department of Health.  
  
Currently, Bill is working as a security-minded software architect specializing in the Microsoft space. He has recently designed a global architecture for a telecommunications web portal, modeled threats for a global travel provider, and provided identity policy and governance for the State of Ohio. Additionally, he is actively publishing, his latest being the C# 2010 All In One.
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Currently, Bill is working as a security-minded software architect specializing in the Microsoft space. He has recently designed a global architecture for a telecommunications web portal, modeled threats for a global travel provider, and provided identity policy and governance for the State of Ohio. Additionally, he is actively publishing, his latest being [http://www.dummies.com/store/product/Windows-8-Application-Development-with-HTML5-For-Dummies.productCd-111817335X.html Windows 8 Application Development with HEML 5 For Dummies] and [http://www.dummies.com/store/product/C-5-0-All-in-One-For-Dummies.productCd-1118385365.html C# 5.0 All-in-one For Dummies].
  
Bill is an organizer for the [[Columbus]] chapter of OWASP.
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Bill is an organizer for the [[Columbus]] chapter of OWASP. He is one of the editors for the .NET Cheat Sheet.
 
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In 1992, Bill Sempf was working as a systems administrator for The Ohio·State University under Sandy Wambold, and formalized his career-long association with internetworking. While working for one of the first ISPs in Columbus in 1995, he built the second major web-based shopping center, Americash Mall, using Cold Fusion and Oracle. Bill's focus started to turn to security around the turn of the century. Internet-driven viruses were becoming the norm by this time, and applications were susceptible to attack like never before. In 2003, Bill wrote the Security and Deployment chapters of the often-referenced Professional ASP.NET Web Services for Wrox, and began his career in pen testing and threat modeling with a web services analysis for the Ohio Department of Health.

Currently, Bill is working as a security-minded software architect specializing in the Microsoft space. He has recently designed a global architecture for a telecommunications web portal, modeled threats for a global travel provider, and provided identity policy and governance for the State of Ohio. Additionally, he is actively publishing, his latest being Windows 8 Application Development with HEML 5 For Dummies and C# 5.0 All-in-one For Dummies.

Bill is an organizer for the Columbus chapter of OWASP. He is one of the editors for the .NET Cheat Sheet.