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My name is Dave Ferguson.  I am currently a Solutions Architect at Veracode in Dallas, TX, USAPrior to that I was a Principal Consultant on the application security team at FishNet Security.  More detail is on [http://www.linkedin.com/in/davefergusonappsec my LinkedIn profile].
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My name is Dave Ferguson.  I am currently a Sr. Principal in Application Security at Sabre, Inc. in Southlake, TX.  Previously, I worked as a Solutions Architect for Veracode and a Principal Consultant on the application security team at FishNet Security.  I enjoy writing about application security at [http://appsecnotes.blogspot.com appsecnotes.blogspot.com] and also writing for [http://www.checkmarx.com Checkmarx] from time to time.  
  
I am a former chapter leader of OWASP's Kansas City chapter. One of my main contributions to OWASP was the [[Forgot Password Cheat Sheet]]. Related to this effort, I was interviewed for [[OWASP Podcast]] #83. Earlier in my career, I was a Java web application developer, C/C++ programmer, and mechanical engineer.  Feel free to contact me at gmdavef[at]gmail com.
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More detail is on [http://www.linkedin.com/in/davefergusonappsec my LinkedIn profile].
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One of my main contributions to OWASP was the [[Forgot Password Cheat Sheet]]. Related to this effort, I was interviewed for [[OWASP Podcast]] #83. Back in 2007 I served as leader of the Kansas City OWASP chapter.
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Earlier in my career, I was a Java web application developer, C/C++ programmer, and mechanical engineer.  Feel free to contact me at gmdavef[at]gmail com.

Latest revision as of 14:59, 20 February 2014

My name is Dave Ferguson. I am currently a Sr. Principal in Application Security at Sabre, Inc. in Southlake, TX. Previously, I worked as a Solutions Architect for Veracode and a Principal Consultant on the application security team at FishNet Security. I enjoy writing about application security at appsecnotes.blogspot.com and also writing for Checkmarx from time to time.

More detail is on my LinkedIn profile.

One of my main contributions to OWASP was the Forgot Password Cheat Sheet. Related to this effort, I was interviewed for OWASP Podcast #83. Back in 2007 I served as leader of the Kansas City OWASP chapter.

Earlier in my career, I was a Java web application developer, C/C++ programmer, and mechanical engineer. Feel free to contact me at gmdavef[at]gmail com.