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Join the 1st OWASP Cheat Sheet Workshop with Jim Manico hosted by the German Chapter

The German OWASP Chapter will fund a CS workshop to improve existing CS or to develop new ones. Two days of talks, discussions and CS writing are waiting for you. We are looking for a sound mix of experts and volunteers, which want to maintain a CS for a longer time.

The format: two days, maximal 20 people, we envisioned half of them to be experts (research or practitioners) and the other half to be enthusiatic helpers (preferably from the user group of the cheat sheets). The experts can give talks or moderate discussions and brainstormings for the CS at the first day. The second day is dedicated to writing and peer-reviewing of the results.

The topics: two topics selected (one for each group of 10 people) from: CSP, Password Handling, TLS Configuration, JSON Web Token, OAuth/OpenID Connect, Multi-Factor Authentication, DoS Protection, Privacy Enhancing Technologies

The venue: we will meet at the conference hotel Collegium Glashütten near Frankfurt, There will be shuttle transfers from and to Frankfurt main station and Frankfurt Airport to the venue.

The schedule: the workshop runs at 11./12.09.2017 (Monday and Tuesday). The attendees should arrive at Sunday afternoon. The workshop closes at Tuesday 16:00.

The funding: the German Chapter will fund the venue (Sunday evening until Tuesday afternoon), including rooms and full board. Attendees can apply for a travel allowances up to 400 EUR.

How to apply? Apply here to participate: Please tell us your topic of interest and (optional) your background in this area. The Call for Participation is expected to close at 16.07.2017. The Program Committee (Jim Manico, Martin Knobloch, Martin Johns) will draw the attendees, if there should be more applications than seats.

(Kleines HowTo für die deutschen wiki-Seiten)