Welcome to the Triangle chapter homepage. The current chapter leaders are Chris Romeo and Steve Pinkham. The current board consists of:
- Rich Daugherty
- Eric Hart
- Steve Pinkham
- Chris Romeo
OWASP Foundation (Overview Slides) is a professional association of global members and is open to anyone interested in learning more about software security. Local chapters are run independently and guided by the Chapter_Leader_Handbook. As a 501(c)(3) non-profit professional association your support and sponsorship of any meeting venue and/or refreshments is tax-deductible. Financial contributions should only be made online using the authorized online chapter donation button. To be a SPEAKER at ANY OWASP Chapter in the world simply review the speaker agreement and then contact the local chapter leader with details of what OWASP PROJECT, independent research or related software security topic you would like to present on.
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Chapter MeetingsVisit our group on meetup.com
- Nov 26, 2020 (18:30): Speaker TBA - Contact us if interestediContact, 2121 RDU Center Drive, 4th Floor · Morrisville, NCTBA
- Jan 28, 2021 (18:30): Speaker TBA - Contact us if interestediContact, 2121 RDU Center Drive, 4th Floor · Morrisville, NCTBA
- Feb 25, 2021 (18:30): Speaker TBA - Contact us if interestediContact, 2121 RDU Center Drive, 4th Floor · Morrisville, NCTBA
- Mar 25, 2021 (18:30): Speaker TBA - Contact us if interestediContact, 2121 RDU Center Drive, 4th Floor · Morrisville, NCTBA
- Apr 29, 2021 (18:30): Speaker TBA - Contact us if interestediContact, 2121 RDU Center Drive, 4th Floor · Morrisville, NCTBA
- Sep 24, 2020 (15:00): All you can eat Top Ten ListsOnline event, · , The OWASP Top 10 gets all the attention, but did you know that there are at least eight other "top ten" lists in the OWASP universe? In this session, we'll explore the Mobile, API Security, Privacy Risks, IoT, Docker, and Serverless Top 10 lists, highlighting where they align and where they differ. We'll expand your thinking about classes of application security risks, and how they apply (read more)
- Aug 27, 2020 (11:00): Breaches are for Whales! Come Build your DPIA Mussel MemoryOnline event, · , Note the 11 AM start instead of noon! This talk explores ways to include data privacy in thedata security assessment in the cloud. Attendees will come away withan understanding of how to combine data privacy impact assessment(DPIA) methodology with a data security assessment to produce a morerigorous and actionable toolset for management and weighing dataprivacy protections.
- Jun 25, 2020 (12:00): OWASP SAMM2 - your dynamic software security journey with Brian GlasOnline event, · , Brian Glas is the co-lead for OWASP SAMM v[masked] and the OWASP Top 10. He's joining us to talk OWASP SAMM, but I'm sure he'll field a question or two about the future of the Top Ten. Abstract: OWASP SAMM (https://owaspsamm.org) is the prime maturity model for software assurance that provides an effective and measurable way for all types of organizations to analyse and improve their software secu (read more)
- May 28, 2020 (12:00): A crash course in the top ten application security risks (OWASP Top 10)Online event, · , The OWASP Top 10 is the most famous document in all of Application Security. Do you know it's true purpose, and what it contains? Come and explore the OWASP Top 10, as we break down each item with a description, an example, and discuss simple mitigations. Many of you are well versed in the OWASP Top 10. How about we invite some people new to AppSec and invite them to learn the OWASP Top 10? Bio: C (read more)
- Apr 30, 2020 (12:00): Virtual Lightning Talks for AprilOnline event, · , We have 4 separate 15-minute talk segments for our April event. Talk 1: Finding Consensus for Blockchain's Utility (Mike Lisanke).Talk 2: The Security Policy isn't the problem, it's your attitude about the Security Policy that's the problem. (Eric Hart)Talk 3: Lessons learned with recent Zoom security incidents. (Wesley Zhang)Talk 4: Detecting Mobile AppSec Testing Vendor BS (Brian Lawrence, NowSe (read more)
Our current meeting space sponsor is iContact.
We are seeking meeting/food sponsors, please contact us if you are interested!
The Raleigh NC Chapter is looking for new members. Please don't hesitate to contact the leadership team if you would like to assist the local chapter in any way.
We accept flattery, suggestions, and snide remarks as well as monetary, time, food, content and facilities donations.
Aside from regular meetings with guest speakers from other chapters and organizations, we are soliciting interest in new and ongoing projects our membership is involved in. If you have any interest in contributing to these projects, please let me know.
We are soliciting interest in some ongoing projects our membership is already involved in, as well as being open to new projects.
Please contact the leadership team if you are interested in helping out!