San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
OWASP meetings are free to attend and are open to all those interested in web application security.
Provision agenda is detailed below, and food and drinks will be available at the venue to purchase. Please book your place quickly as we expect a big turnout!
6.00pm - Networking
We will be arriving from 6pm with an opportunity to chat over a beer before we formally start at 6.30pm in the upstairs room.
6.30pm - Introduction
About OWASP, who we are and what we do. How you can get involved and how you can support the work of OWASP.
6.45pm - Dafydd on Burp
Dafydd Stuttard is the creator of Burp Suite, and author of The Web Application Hacker's Handbook. Dafydd will be talking about and demonstrating some brand new Burp features that are just about to be released.
7.45pm - Break
8.00pm - White Hat Rally
A brif update on the 2012 Chariots on Fire fundraising and news of the 2013 pirates and smugglers themed rally - Pieces of V8
8.10pm - Burp Suite Q&A
Your chance to put questions to Burp's author, ask how to do something, suggest new features, and an opportunity to debate the state of security in typical web applications!
8.40pm - Abatis, an overview
Could Abatis offer the future in Malware Protections? A new and little know solution that could be a cost effective way to help protect exposed web servers. Should we invite the author to the next meeting? We'll present an overview and see what you think!
8.50pm - Closing remarks
9.00pm - Retire to bar
When & Where
The Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) is a worldwide not-for-profit charitable organisation focused on improving the security of software. Our mission is to make software security visible, so that individuals and organisations worldwide can make informed decisions about true software security risks.