Welcome to the Indianapolis OWASP Local Chapter. The OWASP chapter meetings are free and open to anyone interested in application security. Chapter meetings are usually held quarterly, please consult the Meetup Page for the date of the upcoming meeting. If you have never attended a meeting before and you are interested to attend one in the future please join first the mailing list. The mailing list is also used for sharing application security knowledge among the local community members. You can also review the email archives to see what local folks have been talking about.
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- Mar 12, 2020 (18:00): POSTPONED: Indy OWASP Q1 2020 MeetingNextGear Capital, 11799 N College Ave · Carmel, INNote: this event is being postponed to a new date. Stay tuned. Title: CMD+CTRL Cyber Range Speaker: Security Innovation The CMD+CTRL Cyber Range suite features intentionally vulnerable applications and websites that tempt players to steal money, find out their boss’s salary, purchase costly items for free, and conduct other nefarious acts. Hundreds of vulnerabilities, common to most business app (read more)
- Dec 8, 2019 (19:00): Indy Hackers Holiday Social, · , Come gather with OWASP Indy members and other security and technology folks. This is a cross-community meetup.YOU MUST REGISTER AT: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/indy-hackers-holiday-social-2019-the-9th-tickets-71679827293.DO NOT mark attendance here.
- Sep 19, 2019 (18:00): Indy OWASP Q3 MeetingIBM, 8888 Keystone Crossing #925 · Indianapolis, INTitle: Threat Modeling Exercise using a Solution BluePrint Speaker: Kelly Ryver, Application Security Strategist - IBM Security Services Bio: Kelly is a information security consultant based in Atlanta, GA with over 15 years of cyber security experience. Kelly specializes in conducting application security and Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) security consulting in a customer environment, in (read more)
- Mar 28, 2019 (18:00): Indy OWASP Q1 2019 MeetingNextGear Capital, 11799 N College Ave · Carmel, INTitle: Big Data Summary: Would you like to add a dash of machine learning to your data lake? Big data means big power, and big power must be used responsibly. In this talk, Todd Grotenhuis discusses how we can apply security thinking to big data projects, in order to reduce harm and minimize risk. We'll discuss what attributes make for safer projects, a basic security methodology to use, and quest (read more)
- Jul 26, 2018 (18:00): Indy OWASP Q2 MeetingPARC, 550 E 96th Street · Indianapolis, inWe will have time for food, drinks, networking, and job sharing. And, of course, talks! Title: Stripe CTF 2.0 Walkthrough Abstract: Vintage 2012 web hax Bio: Jeff Jarmoc is a Senior Manager of Product Security at Salesforce, where he leads efforts to secure cloud-based products and protect customer data. Prior to joining Salesforce, Jeff was a Senior Application Security Consultant with Matasano S (read more)
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