martedì 11 gennaio 2011

Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP)

* Subject: For Immediate Release: 10 Jan 2011

The OWASP Global Summit is the place where application security experts from around the world will meet to discuss progress, plans, projects and new solutions for the future of the application security.

What option will you choose to show your support at the Global Summit?

Full details:

* Sponsored Villa 10k
* Meeting Room Sponsorship 6k
* Projector Sponsorship 2k
* Lunch Sponsorship 2k
* Happy Hour/ Social Session Sponsorship 2k
* Dinner Sponsorship 4k

ACT NOW Space is limited - Contact Tom Brennan 973-202-0122 for more information about opportunities or click here: for other FAQ
original Post By Tom Brennan

martedì 7 luglio 2009

CFP - Security Byte & OWASP AppSec ASIA 2009

Securitybyte & OWASP AppSec Asia Conference is a forum where Ethical Hackers, Practitioners, Researchers, and Developers in Information Security field, gathers to showcase and exchange new Researches, Innovations, Practical ideas and Experiences. If you are developing, researching, or implementing practical solutions to protect Corporate or Government Information Infrastructures, please consider sharing your experience and expertise at this conference.

First round of CFP submission is July 30th, 2009.
Send your interest and submissions to

For any Speaking query, please contact us at

We are seeking submissions for both Two days Conference Track & Post conference two days Training workshops in the following areas:

Conference Tracks (17 – 18 Nov, 2009)
You can submit your response for any the following three conference tracks

* CT 1 - Application, Database & Web Security
* CT 2 - Infrastructure Security (Network / Wireless/ Bluetooth / Malware / Forensics / Cyber- terrorism / Physical Security / Information warfare etc.)
* CT 3 - Risk Management / Compliance

mercoledì 6 maggio 2009 Community Choice Awards 2009

Nominate OpenSQLi-NG for the SF Community Choice Awards 2009, for the following categories:

  • Best New Project

  • Best Tool or Utility for Developers

mercoledì 29 aprile 2009

OpenVAS Developer Conference #2 (July 9th - 12th) - WorkShop

a one day workshop (July 8th 2009) prior to the
OpenVAS Developer Conference #2 (July 9th - 12th)
will be conducted for OpenVAS users.

The following topics will be covered:

1. OpenVAS architecture
2. Installation of OpenVAS on Linux systems
3. OpenVAS scanning
OpenVAS features
Creation of policies and running the scan
Credentiated and Credential less scanning
The OpenVAS knowledge base
Scanning different network devices: Windows, Unix
4. OpenVAS Administration
5. Writing NASL plugins
6. OpenVAS integrated tools

Price: EURO 300,-

The money will be utilized to cover the travel costs for students and other
private OpenVAS developers to join the OpenVAS developer's conference.

The workshop is held in english language by Chandrashekhar B of the
company SecPod (India). SecPod will not charge for this and so
100% of the money will help to physically gather a forceful developers
team to prepare for OpenVAS 3.0.

If you are interested and willing to register, please send a mail to at the earliest confirming your attendance.

Details on the workshop will also be updated here:

martedì 28 aprile 2009

OWASP AppSec DC 2009 Conference Call for Papers


OWASP is currently soliciting papers for the OWASP AppSec DC 2009
Conference that will take place at the Walter E. Washington Convention
Center in Washington, DC on November 10th through 13th of 2009. There
will be training courses on November 10th and 11th followed by plenary
sessions on the 12th and 13th with each day having at least three
tracks. AppSec DC may also have BOF, break out, or speed talks in
addition to the standard schedule depending on the submissions we receive.

We are seeking people and organizations that want to present on any of
the following topics (in no particular order):
- Business Risks with Application Security.
- Starting and Managing Secure Development Lifecycle Programs.
- Web Services-, XML- and Application Security.
- Metrics for Application Security.
- Application Threat Modeling.
- Hands-on Source Code Review.
- Web Application Security Testing.
- OWASP Tools and Projects.
- Secure Coding Practices (J2EE/.NET).
- Privacy Concerns with Applications and Data Storage
- Web Application Security countermeasures
- Technology specific presentations on security such as AJAX, XML, etc.
- Anything else relating to OWASP and Application Security.

To make a submission you must include :
- Presenter(s) name(s)
- Presenter(s) Email and/or Phone number(s)
- Presenter(s) bio(s)
- Title
- Abstract
- Any supporting research/tools (will not be released outside of CFP

Submission deadline is June 15th 2009 at 11:59 PM Eastern Standard
Time. Submit Proposals To mark.bristow(at) with the subject
line "APPSEC DC CFP SUBMISSION" (an automated filter is used).
Additional information can be found in the FAQ.

Conference Website:

Please forward to all interested practitioners and colleagues.