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OWASP Chicago Suburbs chapter meeting #2 is set for the week following Thanksgiving.
What: An unbiased, practical, cost-effective gathering to discuss application security. Presentation abstracts below.
When: Wednesday, December 4 @ 6pm CST
Where: Crowe Horwath, One Mid America Plaza, Suite 700, Oak Brook Terrace, IL
Cost: Absolutely nothing!
6: Food and soft drinks
630 - 9pm: Presentations
Please register in advance so building security can let you in with your ID:
Abstract & Bio:
We are seeking additional presenters! 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.
Pen testing being the sexy part of Infosec, the first thing most companies want to do when starting an application security program is to scan everything. Unfortunately, learning from experience, this rarely leads to good results. Using my experience in building an application security program and the best practices used by other companies, I’ll show you how to start an effective application security program in your organization. This will include laying the groundwork to ensure proper coverage, using your resources effectively and ensuring proper follow through on remediation activities.
Chris Pfoutz has 10 years of experience in a broad breadth of information security fields, including access controls, risk assessments and spending the last three years focused in his passion, software security. He’s been employed or consulted for some of the largest financial services companies in the world and is currently working internally on the Global Application Security team for Deloitte, Touche, Tomatsu Ltd. Chris is certified as a CISSP and GIAC Certified Web Application Pen Tester by the SANS Institute.
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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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