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== Bio ==
 
== Bio ==
  
Andrew van der Stock is a leading web application researcher active in the proactive web application community. He currently is the leader of the OWASP Developer Guide 2013 and OWASP Proactive Controls Projects.  
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Andrew van der Stock is a leading web application researcher active in the proactive web application community. Since 2015, he sits on the OWASP Global Board of Directors, and currently holds the Treasurer role since 2016. He is the Project Lead of the Application Security Verification Standard (https://github.com/OWASP/ASVS), and is involved heavily with the Education strategic goal. He is an in demand speaker and trainer.  
  
Andrew has been involved with OWASP since early 2003, and helped in the following efforts:
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Andrew has been involved with OWASP since early 2003, and has helped in the following efforts:
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''Positions''
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* Global Board (2015-)
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* Treasurer (2016-)
 
* Executive Director (2005-2007)
 
* Executive Director (2005-2007)
 
* Global Chapters Committee (2011-2012)
 
* Global Chapters Committee (2011-2012)
* OWASP Guide 2.0 lead (2004-2009)
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* OWASP Top 10 2007 project lead and one of the lead authors (2006-2007)  
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''Projects''
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* OWASP Application Security Verification Standard Project Lead (2013-)
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* OWASP Developer Guide. Project lead, lead author (2004-2009, 2012-2015)
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* OWASP Proactive Controls, Founder / Key contributor (2012-)
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* OWASP Top 10 2007 project lead and lead author (2006-2007)  
 
* Moderator of webappsec@securityfocus.com (2004-)
 
* Moderator of webappsec@securityfocus.com (2004-)
* Helped start the Melbourne and Sydney OWASP chapters.
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* Helped start the Melbourne and Sydney OWASP chapters
  
 
In previous lives, he has assisted with the following projects:
 
In previous lives, he has assisted with the following projects:
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Forthcoming speaking engagements:
 
Forthcoming speaking engagements:
  
* Linux.conf.au 2013 - Come see me talk about the [http://linux.conf.au/schedule/30285/view_talk?day=None OWASP Developer Guide 2013]
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* BlackHat USA 2017 - Trainer on Practical Threat Intelligence
  
 
== Links ==
 
== Links ==

Latest revision as of 23:01, 18 January 2017

Bio

Andrew van der Stock is a leading web application researcher active in the proactive web application community. Since 2015, he sits on the OWASP Global Board of Directors, and currently holds the Treasurer role since 2016. He is the Project Lead of the Application Security Verification Standard (https://github.com/OWASP/ASVS), and is involved heavily with the Education strategic goal. He is an in demand speaker and trainer.

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Andrew has been involved with OWASP since early 2003, and has helped in the following efforts:

Positions

  • Global Board (2015-)
  • Treasurer (2016-)
  • Executive Director (2005-2007)
  • Global Chapters Committee (2011-2012)

Projects

  • OWASP Application Security Verification Standard Project Lead (2013-)
  • OWASP Developer Guide. Project lead, lead author (2004-2009, 2012-2015)
  • OWASP Proactive Controls, Founder / Key contributor (2012-)
  • OWASP Top 10 2007 project lead and lead author (2006-2007)
  • Moderator of webappsec@securityfocus.com (2004-)
  • Helped start the Melbourne and Sydney OWASP chapters

In previous lives, he has assisted with the following projects:

  • GaiaBB, forum software - fork of XMB
  • XMB, forum software
  • AussieVeeDubbers Runs Australia's largest VW car forum
  • SAGE-AU President of SAGE AU in 2000-2001, General Committee member 1999-2000, and a long time member.
  • pnm2ppa HP print drivers for Unix and work-alike systems
  • XFree86 Device drivers for Matrox Millennium I/II/Mystique (mid 90's vintage stuff)

Speaking Engagements

Andrew has presented at many conferences including OSCON, BlackHat USA, Ruxcon, linux.conf.au, and AusCERT.

Forthcoming speaking engagements:

  • BlackHat USA 2017 - Trainer on Practical Threat Intelligence

Links

This is where we do the OWASP Developer Guide meetings:

Everything I do at OWASP is solely in a personal capacity. I do not speak for my employer, never have, never will.