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September 2006 Austin Chapter Meeting

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Date & Time

12:00 - 1:00 PM September 26


Topic: Rules of Engagement in Information Warfare

Presenter: William W. Hurley, II.

Abstract: Discussion around the paradigm shift of an offensive networking and application security model as it relates specifically to developers and anyone involved in Enterprise Security?

Presenter Bio: whurley, a.k.a. William Hurley, is currently the CTO at Qlusters, where he founded the openQRM project. He also co-founded the Open Management Consortium, an effort to help promote open source within enterprise data centers, and open source the process of open standards. His other active projects include the OpenSIMS project, the Open Source Systems Management Wiki, BarCamp, and his personal website


September 26th from noon to 1:00 pm for the Austin OWASP Chapter meeting.

We will be meeting in Conference Room 194 (Capacity 25) of the Texas ACCESS Alliance building located at the intersection of IH-35 South and Ben White. The street address is 4000 S. IH-35 South, 78704. The facility is a 9 story office building on the northwest side of the interchange. The face of the building is marked with Southfield and Accenture signs.

A map is located at,+Austin,+TX+78704&ie=UTF8&om=1

Attendees should enter from the rear entrance (west side) and sign in at the Reception Desk. There is limited visitor parking located on that side of the bulding; attendees should plan to arrive a few minutes before the meeting to ensure that a parking sopt can be found.

The conference room has a data projector and Internet access. A small kitchen/coffee bar is located adjacent to the room to set up a buffet lunch.