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Since the mid 1990's, Chris has been working at the forefront of the Internet security industry, carefully testing and reviewing the security of many widely used infrastructure protocols and products.  In 2001 and 2002 he worked for Foundstone as a security consultant performing network and application penetration testing.  In late 2002 he co-founded Casaba Security, a specialized application security testing and development company.
  
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At Casaba, Chris leverages his security expertise to direct product strategies, in addition to performing technical code reviews, penetration testing and project management. Chris has authored several books including Windows XP Professional Security and served as technical editor for Hunting Security Bugs, which was written by the MS Office Security Team. Chris has been invited to speak at industry conferences including Microsoft BlueHat, BlackHat, CanSecWest, OWASP, SOURCE and the Internationalization and Unicode Conference.
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For more detailed information, please see Chris's:
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* [http://www.linkedin.com/in/chrisweber Linkedin] page.
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* [[:Special:Contributions/ChrisWeber|Wiki contributions]].
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* [mailto:chris.weber@owasp.org Email address].

Latest revision as of 18:02, 6 December 2010

Since the mid 1990's, Chris has been working at the forefront of the Internet security industry, carefully testing and reviewing the security of many widely used infrastructure protocols and products. In 2001 and 2002 he worked for Foundstone as a security consultant performing network and application penetration testing. In late 2002 he co-founded Casaba Security, a specialized application security testing and development company.

At Casaba, Chris leverages his security expertise to direct product strategies, in addition to performing technical code reviews, penetration testing and project management. Chris has authored several books including Windows XP Professional Security and served as technical editor for Hunting Security Bugs, which was written by the MS Office Security Team. Chris has been invited to speak at industry conferences including Microsoft BlueHat, BlackHat, CanSecWest, OWASP, SOURCE and the Internationalization and Unicode Conference.

For more detailed information, please see Chris's: