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Denver February 2008 meeting

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  • 6:00p - 6:30p Dinner (at RPSC; pizza provided by HP)
  • 6:30p - 7:00p Chapter business, leadership transition, etc. OWASP Updates

Opening Presentation

The warm-up presentation was delivered by chapter co-leader David Campbell, who provided an update on the state of OWASP, the goals for the Denver chapter, and the upcoming FROC conference.

Main Event Presentation

The main event presentation was delivered by Michael Sutton, who is the co-author of "Fuzzing : Brute Force Vulnerability Discovery" and the Security Evangelist for SPI Dynamics, recently acquired by HP. Michael is responsible for identifying, researching and presenting on emerging issues in the web application security industry. He is a frequent speaker at major information security conferences, has authored much literature and is regularly quoted in the media on various information security topics. Michael is also a member of the Web Application Security Consortium (WASC), where he is project lead for the Web Application Security Statistics project.

Prior to joining SPI Dynamics, Michael was the Director for iDefense Labs, a team of world class researchers tasked with discovering and researching security vulnerabilities. Michael also established the Information Systems Assurance and Advisory Services (ISAAS) practice for Ernst & Young in Bermuda. He holds degrees from the University of Alberta and The George Washington University.

New Location!

We hosted the meeting at the headquarters of the United States Antarctic Program at Raytheon Polar Services. The address is as follows:

Raytheon Technical Services Company, LLC
7400 South Tucson Way
Centennial, CO
80112, USA
Raytheon Polar Services Company Website
GoogleMaps Link to RPSC Location Site

Questions, Comments

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