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The next meeting of the DENVER OWASP chapter will be held Wednesday 16 April 2008 at a location to be determined
Topic: ModSecurity Web Application Firewall & the Distributed Open Proxy Honeypots Project
Updates will be spammed to the Chapter Mailing List.
6-6:30 Dinner (at location TBD; provided by Breach Security.
6:30 - 6:40 Chapter business
6:40 - 8:00 Presentation and Q&A
Following the meeting we will have informal discussions over beverages at a local pub.
Ryan C. Barnett
Ryan C. Barnett is a recognized security thought leader and evangelist who frequently speaks with the media and industry groups.
He is the director of application security at Breach Security. He is also a faculty member for the SANS Institute, where his duties include instructor/courseware developer for Apache Security/Building a Web Application Firewall Workshop, Top 20 Vulnerabilities Team Member and Local Mentor for the SANS Track 4, "Hacker Techniques, Exploits and Incident Handling" course. He holds six SANS Global Information Assurance Certifications (GIAC): Intrusion Analyst (GCIA), Systems and Network Auditor (GSNA), Forensic Analyst (GCFA), Incident Handler (GCIH), Unix Security Administrator (GCUX) and Security Essentials (GSEC).
Mr. Barnett also serves as the team lead for the Center for Internet Security Apache Benchmark Project and is a member of the Web Application Security Consortium. His web security book, "Preventing Web Attacks with Apache” was published by Addison/Wesley in 2006.
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