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1st Chapter Meeting
Wed, 20 March 2019
18:00 – 21:30 GMT
IMC Auditorium 002, International Manufacturing Centre Building (WMG)
University of Warwick
University of Warwick
About this Event
We're really excited to be holding the first Warwick and Coventry OWASP Chapter meetup. We've had tremendous support already from the local Universities, local businesses, other chapters (<3 you London), speakers, and individuals who've reached out for no other reason than to see how they can help out. So thanks!
We're using Eventbrite solely to gauge figures for attendance - OWASP meetings are always FREE.
Doors Open at 6:00pm for registration, pizza, drinks and networking. Events start at 6:30pm.
6:30-6.40pm - Welcome, Brief introduction to OWASP & Warwick Chapter.
6:45-9.30pm - Speaker slots
Speaker slot #1: 'Red Team and Stuff' - Liam Hagan & Doug McLeod (Nettitude)
Speaker slot #2: 'Inside a web vulnerability scanner' - Paul Johnston (PortSwigger)
Speaker slot #3: 'Smart Locks, Dumb Security' - David Lodge (Pentestpartners)
IMPORTANT: Warwick Manufacturing Group (WMG) do not require photographic identification to enter the premises, although future meetups planned for different locations, such as IBM Warwick, might. Please make sure you bring ID with you to all future meetings, just in-case... although we will try to make sure everyone is aware of this beforehand.
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