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Announcing the inaugural OWASP Chicago Suburbs chapter meeting!
What: An unbiased, practical, cost-effective gathering to discuss application security.
When: Thursday, October 10 @ 6pm CDT
Where: Zurich Insurance, South Tower, 1400 American Lane, Schaumburg, IL
Cost: Absolutely nothing!
6: Pizza and soft drinks
630 - 9: Presentations
Please register in advance so building security can let you in with your ID: http://owaspchicagosuburbs1.eventbrite.com/
We are seeking presenters! To date we have one presentation planned (see below). If you have interest in presenting or joining a panel on application security initiatives, please email email@example.com and be prepared to submit an abstract and bio.
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Repsheet: A Behavior Based Approach to Web Application Security
Traditional static approaches to web application security are failing us. The interaction before, during, and after authentication is largely ignored. We don't ask the right questions of actors attempting to access our web applications. How sure are you that the act or accessing your site is who they say they are? How sure are you that you want them accessing your site at all? Join Aaron as he walks you through asking the questions you should be asking of your users, and how to help prevent abuse, fraud,and otherwise unwanted activity on your web applications. You will learn how to ask the right questions without disrupting user experience.
Aaron Bedra is the Application Security Lead at Braintree Payments. He is the co-author of Programming Clojure, 2nd Edition as well as a frequent contributor to the Clojure language. Aaron is the creator of Repsheet, a reputation based intelligence and security tool for web applications.
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OWASP Chicago Suburbs
OWASP Chicago Suburbs is a local chapter of the OWASP Foundation. You can learn more about OWASP Chicago Suburbs here: https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Chicago_Suburbs
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