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Tom Brennan is volunteer to the OWASP Foundation since 2004 when he founded the [http://www.meetup.com/OWASP-New-Jersey/ New Jersey Chapter] after serving on the Board of Directors for the FBI Infragard program in New Jersey. The NJ OWASP Chapter later merged with the [http://www.meetup.com/OWASP-NYC New York City Chapter] in 2006.
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Tom Brennan is the Chief Hacking Officer of [http://www.proactiverisk.com ProactiveRISK] known recently for CATScan℠, CyberTOOLBELT™ and his volunteer service to the OWASP Foundation since 2007' most recently as the Global Vice Chairman.  Tom is a veteran of the United States Marine Corps and resides in the Rockaway Township, New Jersey, USA with his wife and children. He enjoys building both open source and commercial software solutions, off-roading with his Jeep and flying FPV Drones in his spare time.
  
Tom was appointed to the Global Board of Directors in 2007 by his peers and was [https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Membership/2012_Election#2012_Board_Election_RESULTS re-elected] by the membership in 2012 for another two year term.
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Tom's strengths include;
  
During his leadership of OWASP Foundation he has led many global and local initiatives for OWASP
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- Secure Software Concepts - explaining what constitutes secure software and what design aspects to take into consideration to architect hack-resilient software.
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- Secure Software Requirements - facilitating the capture of all of the security requirements from various stakeholders and understanding the sources and processes needed to ensure a more effective design.
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- Secure Software Design - recommend secure design element including, software architecture, secure design review, and conduct threat modeling.
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- Secure Software Implementation/Coding - knowledgeable on how to review the code to ensure that there are no errors in the code or security controls.
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- Secure Software Testing - Conducting software testing for security functionality, reliability, resiliency to attack, and recoverability.
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- Software Acceptance - experienced with software acceptance including completion criteria, risk acceptance and documentation, Common Criteria and methods of independent testing and verification
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- Software Deployment, Operations, Maintenance and Disposal – experienced with security measures that must be taken when a product reaches its end of life.
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- Supply Chain and Software Acquisition – lifecycle thinker with a holistic outline of tasks required in managing risk for outsourced development, acquisition, and procurement of software and related services.
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Artifacts:
  
 
- Written recommendations from 60+ industry leaders: [http://www.linkedin.com/in/tombrennan ONLINE]
 
- Written recommendations from 60+ industry leaders: [http://www.linkedin.com/in/tombrennan ONLINE]
 
- OWASP interview at AppSecUSA 2013 - [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jU-QEUeh9-U Video]
 
- OWASP interview at AppSecUSA 2013 - [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jU-QEUeh9-U Video]
 
 
- Interview with [https://www.owasp.org/images/9/9f/WEB_APPC_PENTESTING_03_2012.pdf PenTest Magazine] about OWASP Foundation.
 
- Interview with [https://www.owasp.org/images/9/9f/WEB_APPC_PENTESTING_03_2012.pdf PenTest Magazine] about OWASP Foundation.
 
 
- 2012 OWASP Board Candidate Interview: [https://www.owasp.org/download/2012-board-election/OWASP2012BoardInterviews_TomBrennan.mp3 Audio] / [https://www.owasp.org/images/e/e3/OWASP_2012_Board_Interviews_-_Tom_Brennan.pdf Transcript]
 
- 2012 OWASP Board Candidate Interview: [https://www.owasp.org/download/2012-board-election/OWASP2012BoardInterviews_TomBrennan.mp3 Audio] / [https://www.owasp.org/images/e/e3/OWASP_2012_Board_Interviews_-_Tom_Brennan.pdf Transcript]
 
 
- Video Interview about OWASP with Tom Brennan, 2008 - [http://vimeo.com/23889097 Video 1], [https://www.owasp.org/index.php/OWASP_NYC_AppSec_2008_Conference Video 2]
 
- Video Interview about OWASP with Tom Brennan, 2008 - [http://vimeo.com/23889097 Video 1], [https://www.owasp.org/index.php/OWASP_NYC_AppSec_2008_Conference Video 2]
 
 
- Thousands of wiki commits to OWASP.ORG since 2004 see:  [https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Special:Contributions/Brennan Wiki Edits]
 
- Thousands of wiki commits to OWASP.ORG since 2004 see:  [https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Special:Contributions/Brennan Wiki Edits]
  
Tom holds many industry certifications since he began his technical journey in 1983 including the (ISC)²® CBK / CISSP and many others
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Contributor and champion to many OWASP projects including:
 
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Contributor to many OWASP projects including:
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-- [https://www.owasp.org/index.php/OWASP_RFP-Criteria OWASP RFQ Criteria, Software Security]
 
-- [https://www.owasp.org/index.php/OWASP_RFP-Criteria OWASP RFQ Criteria, Software Security]
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-- [https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Category:OWASP_ModSecurity_Core_Rule_Set_Project OWASP Mod_Security Core Rule Set]
 
-- [https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Category:OWASP_ModSecurity_Core_Rule_Set_Project OWASP Mod_Security Core Rule Set]
  
In addition to investing thousands of hours sharing technical and non-technical advice at OWASP, since 2010 Tom is a Director at <b>[https://www.trustwave.com/spiderLabs-services.php Trustwave SpiderLabs]</b> focused on [https://www.trustwave.com/compromised.php response and investigation], [https://www.trustwave.com/application-security/ analysis and testing], [http://blog.spiderlabs.com/ research and development].    Trustwave with over 1000 employees is headquartered in the United States in Chicago, Ill. with offices throughout Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, North America and South America.  Recently has pushed the [https://www.trustwave.com/sae_sample/owasp-top-10/Start.htm OWASP Top 10 CBT] to the community
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-- [https://www.owasp.org/index.php/OWASP_Incident_Response_Project Incident Response Top 10 Project]
 
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Tom is frequent and entertaining speaker at information security conferences and technical briefings worldwide including Blackhat, GFIRST,HOPE, FBI/DHS/USSS, ISSA, ISACA, Global and Local OWASP events on the convergence of physical and software security risks, threats and suggestions on a better approach to filter the noise with actionable intelligence.
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<b>Looking for a Speaker for your next event?</b>
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ABSTRACT #1
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<b>What Does the Breach Say?</b>
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This lively presentation updated monthly will focus on the results of exploits and attacks YTD 2014. It will provide insight into what can be learned from the the who, what and how and connect the dots to defenses for your organization NOT to be the next victim on the list — and what to do if you meet a friendly horse.
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ABSTRACT #2
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<b>Tired of Powerpoint?  Shall we Play a Game?</b>
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Have you ever wondered how a advesary team would target your organization?  Ranging from Web Applications to Physical Security this RED/BLUE team exercise will take members of the audience and walk them through a interactive learning exercise.  Attendees and participants will each play a role and the outcome will be unique to the threats presented and the participants experiences.  A take away from the session will be a reference framework that can be leveraged
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ABSTRACT #3
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<b> All Aboard The OWASP Choo Choo </b>
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This talk is a introduction to the history and ongoing mission of OWASP Foundation. It provides a education of  strategic initiatives underway, projects, chapters and is perfect for attendees that have heard about OWASP but don't really understand what or how to leverage OWASP wealth of information.
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<b> Security Hacking 101 </b>
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Need a interactive presentation that will demonstrate the current state of Application Security?  This presentation will leverage OWASP projects to demonstrate how-to-hack a web application for fun and profit.  There are (49) Classes of Attack on a application and this talk will describe them and DEEP DIVE on several to illustrate the point of the selected attack vectors.
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Additional topics are available contact tomb(AT)owasp.org for more information or simply call 973-202-0122.  Round-trip travel and lodging by the event/conference is requested in trade for the time and sharing of the knowledge with the attendees.
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Tom Brennan is the Chief Hacking Officer of ProactiveRISK known recently for CATScan℠, CyberTOOLBELT™ and his volunteer service to the OWASP Foundation since 2007' most recently as the Global Vice Chairman. Tom is a veteran of the United States Marine Corps and resides in the Rockaway Township, New Jersey, USA with his wife and children. He enjoys building both open source and commercial software solutions, off-roading with his Jeep and flying FPV Drones in his spare time.

Tom's strengths include;

- Secure Software Concepts - explaining what constitutes secure software and what design aspects to take into consideration to architect hack-resilient software.

- Secure Software Requirements - facilitating the capture of all of the security requirements from various stakeholders and understanding the sources and processes needed to ensure a more effective design.

- Secure Software Design - recommend secure design element including, software architecture, secure design review, and conduct threat modeling.

- Secure Software Implementation/Coding - knowledgeable on how to review the code to ensure that there are no errors in the code or security controls.

- Secure Software Testing - Conducting software testing for security functionality, reliability, resiliency to attack, and recoverability.

- Software Acceptance - experienced with software acceptance including completion criteria, risk acceptance and documentation, Common Criteria and methods of independent testing and verification

- Software Deployment, Operations, Maintenance and Disposal – experienced with security measures that must be taken when a product reaches its end of life.

- Supply Chain and Software Acquisition – lifecycle thinker with a holistic outline of tasks required in managing risk for outsourced development, acquisition, and procurement of software and related services.

Artifacts:

- Written recommendations from 60+ industry leaders: ONLINE - OWASP interview at AppSecUSA 2013 - Video - Interview with PenTest Magazine about OWASP Foundation. - 2012 OWASP Board Candidate Interview: Audio / Transcript - Video Interview about OWASP with Tom Brennan, 2008 - Video 1, Video 2 - Thousands of wiki commits to OWASP.ORG since 2004 see: Wiki Edits

Contributor and champion to many OWASP projects including:

-- OWASP RFQ Criteria, Software Security

-- OWASP HTTP Post DoS Tool

-- OWASP Testing Guide

-- OWASP Mod_Security Core Rule Set

-- Incident Response Top 10 Project