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OWASP Scotland

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February 2011 Chapter Meeting

OWASP Scotland - February 2011

The OWASP Scotland February meeting is happening on Thursday 24th February at 6:30pm.

The venue for this meeting is the Royal Scots Club on Abercromby Place.

We've got two talks lined up for the event :-

Eoin Keary, who's a member of the OWASP global board, will be along to give us some information on the outcomes from the OWASP Global Summit that's curently taking place in Portugal. the summit has a large number of people from the Global application security community working on various areas of web application security (the agendas on the OWASP wiki here

We also have Suzanne Webster and Colin Cassidy from GE, who will be giving a presentation on the BSIMM model ( for developing a secure development lifecycle. With secure development practices becoming more important all the time, this should be a really interesting topic for discussion.


The Royal Scots Club 29-30 Abercromby Place Edinburgh EH3 6QE


Doors Open - 6:30pm

Talks start - 7pm

Finish - by 8:30pm

Other Activities

  • February 2010 - Personal Information Online COP

The Leeds UK, London and Scotland Chapters joint response to the UK Information Commissioner's Office draft Personal Information Online Code of Practice.

  • 16th October 2008 - COI Browser Standards for Public Websites

The Scotland and London Chapters joint response to the Central Office of Information draft document on browser standards for public websites (version 0.13) (File:OWASP-COI-Browser-Standards.pdf).