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OWASP Minneapolis-St. Paul (OWASP MSP)

Welcome to the Minneapolis-St. Paul (OWASP MSP) chapter homepage. The chapter leadership team includes Alex Bauert - President and Todd Dahl.

We use for announcements and sometimes, depending on the event for RSVP's to organize events and meetings. 


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OWASP-MSP Upcoming Chapter Meeting

When: Wednesday, October 26th @ 6:00

Where: Ewald Conference Center 1000 Westgate Drive #252 St. Paul, MN

Presentation: Depending on Vulnerable Libraries

Presenter: Jeremy Long


Java applications built today use several third-party libraries and frameworks. We depend on these building blocks so we can build applications faster. However, if one of the libraries we depend on has a known, published vulnerability, then our application may have inherited that vulnerability. This session covers the OWASP Dependency-Check project. It discusses how the tool works and how you can integrate it into your application build process to validate whether or not your application is using known vulnerable libraries.


Jeremy is a senior information security engineer for a large financial institution. Jeremy specializes in securing the SDLC. He has a deep understanding of static analysis and has created and customized SAST tools to both decrease assessment time and increase quality. Jeremy is the founder and project lead on OWASP's dependency-check.


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DC612 meets the 2nd Thursday of the month.

President: Alex Bauert

Leadership Team: Todd Dahl