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The next OWASP Chicago Suburbs chapter meeting is September 30.
What: An unbiased, practical, cost-effective gathering to discuss application security. Presentation abstracts coming soon.
When: Wednesday, September 30 @ 6pm CT
Where: Zurich Insurance, South Tower, 1400 American Lane, Schaumburg, IL
Note: All visitors must and have a valid government issued ID.
Sign in at the Security Desk in the Atrium, between the two Zurich towers on the East side facing the mall (1400 American Lane, Schaumburg). There is a row of guest parking there.
Cost: Absolutely nothing!
6: Food and soft drinks
630 - 9pm: Presentations
Zurich Application Security team is hiring a WAF Service Manager, to be located in either Schaumburg or Grand Rapids.
If you know someone, talk to Carlos Pero at the meeting, and/or apply here: https://goo.gl/479qta
Abstracts & Bios:
The Talk: Application Security Architecture by Ravi Amaravadi
Ravi is here to talk about the Application Security Architecture and its importance. He will provide security challenges that we oversee in the current world of internet facing applications and what security recommendations can be provided to the stakeholders to consider security architecture and secure communication channels as high priority. He will also cover some of the nuances in security architecture reviews using Threat modelling tools and implementing Security Reference architectures.
Strengths Based Security Career Progression by Chris Pfoutz
How to find happiness in your security career
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