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OWASP Philadelphia

Welcome to the Philadelphia chapter homepage. The chapter leaders are Aaron Weaver and Darian Patrick <paypal>Philadelphia</paypal>


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Local News

Next Meeting:
October 28th 2008, 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
OWASP Philly Meeting - Protiviti - Two Libery Place Philadelphia

Come join us in Philadelphia as we discuss web application security.

1.) Web Application Security and PCI requirements (V 1.1 and 1.2)
2.) Clickjacking: What is it and should we be concerned about it?
3.) Summary of OWASP conference in New York.

Please RSVP to [email protected]

[Google Directions][1]

Two Libery Place 50 South 16th St
Suite 2900
Philadelphia, PA 19102 USA

Previous Meetings

March 6th 2007 @ 6;30 PM

Location: Drexel University
Matheson Hall, Room 109
3220 Market Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104

Main Speaker: Jeremiah Grossman
Subject: Top 10 Hacks of 2006 and What They Bode for 2007

Jeremiah Grossman will:

  • Reveal the top 10 attacks of 2006 by creativity and scope
  • Predict what these attacks mean for website vulnerability management in 2007
  • Present strategies to protect your corporate websites

Mr. Grossman is a world-renowned expert in Web security and a founding member of the Web Application Security Consortium. He is a frequent speaker at industry events including RSA, the BlackHat Briefings, CSI NetSec, ISACA's Network Security Conference, NASA, ISSA and Defcon.