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  | By day Mark works as a cybersecurity engineer and penetration tester for [http://www.aerstone.com Aerstone], and by night he runs the [[Boulder]] OWASP chapter. Current projects are planning [[Front_Range_OWASP_Conference_2013|SnowFROC 2013]] and coordinating an accompanying [[Front_Range_OWASP_Conference_2013#Capture the Flag|CTF competition]].
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  | By day Mark works as a cybersecurity engineer and penetration tester for [http://www.aerstone.com Aerstone], and by night he runs the [[Boulder]] OWASP chapter. Mark is actively building an Attackerspace, an open meeting place for collaboration, outreach, training, hackathons, movies nights, and generally accessing hardware, software, and tools not easily accessed by individuals. The Attackerspace will be open to the public, including partnerships with regional schools to share OWASP resources with the next generation of web developers.
  
To learn more about the Boulder Chapter or the CTF project, drop by one of the [http://www.meetup.com/OWASP-Boulder/ free meetings].
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Past projects included directing [[Front_Range_OWASP_Conference_2013|SnowFROC]] and [http://2014.appsecusa.org/2014/ AppSec USA 2014]. In support of these conferences, Mark managed a [http://www.waspnestctf.com/ home-grown Capture the Flag tournament] and the Code Brew beer hacking competition.
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To learn more about the Boulder Chapter or the related projects, drop by one of the [http://www.meetup.com/OWASP-Boulder/ free meetings].
  
 
To just say 'hey', drop a note to mark dot major at owasp dot org.
 
To just say 'hey', drop a note to mark dot major at owasp dot org.

Latest revision as of 23:43, 3 August 2016

Mark Major

By day Mark works as a cybersecurity engineer and penetration tester for Aerstone, and by night he runs the Boulder OWASP chapter. Mark is actively building an Attackerspace, an open meeting place for collaboration, outreach, training, hackathons, movies nights, and generally accessing hardware, software, and tools not easily accessed by individuals. The Attackerspace will be open to the public, including partnerships with regional schools to share OWASP resources with the next generation of web developers.

Past projects included directing SnowFROC and AppSec USA 2014. In support of these conferences, Mark managed a home-grown Capture the Flag tournament and the Code Brew beer hacking competition.

To learn more about the Boulder Chapter or the related projects, drop by one of the free meetings.

To just say 'hey', drop a note to mark dot major at owasp dot org.

Mark Major