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The Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) is a 501(c)(3) worldwide not-for-profit charitable organization focused on improving the security of software. Our mission is to make software security visible, so that individuals and organizations are able to make informed decisions. OWASP is in a unique position to provide impartial, practical information about AppSec to individuals, corporations, universities, government agencies, and other organizations worldwide. Operating as a communit ...
 
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Our very special guest today is Caroline Wong. She is the Chief Strategy Officer at Cobalt. As CSO, Caroline leads the Security, Community, and People teams at Cobalt. She brings a proven background in communications, cybersecurity, and experience delivering global programs to the role. Caroline’s close and practical information security knowledge …
 
Our special guest today is Jim Manico. He is the founder of Manicode Security where he trains software developers on secure coding and security engineering. He is also the co-founder of the LocoMoco Security Conference in Hawaii as well as an investor and advisor for BitDiscovery and Signal Sciences. Jim is a frequent speaker on secure software pra…
 
Our distinguished guest today is Bruce Schneier. Bruce is a public-interest security and privacy technologist, cryptographer, an author of over one dozen books, including the famous blue and red versions of Applied Cryptography. His most recent book is Click Here to Kill Everybody. He is a fellow and lecturer at Harvard's Kennedy School and a board…
 
Our guest today is Fredrik Alexandersson. You probably know him better as STÖK. He is a highly regarded Swedish hacker and cyber-security advisor with passions in technology and sustainable fashion. Our conversation today is about hacking and bug bounties. STÖK brings to the table many years of experience with a refreshingly positive perspective in…
 
Our guest today is Terry Dunlap. Arrested at 17 while hacking with a Commodore 64, Terry went on to work for the US National Security Agency to help track terrorists. He left the NSA in 2007 to bootstrap Tactical Network Solutions, an offensive-focused cyber company catering to the world's friendly foreign governments and militaries. Today he's a c…
 
Our guest today is Dr. Linus Karlsson who is a security specialist for Debricked - a company that was founded in 2018 as a spin-off from a research project at Lund University in Sweden. Dr. Karlsson has done some fascinating security research work in the areas of trusted computing, cryptography, software-defined networking and interconnectivity of …
 
Our guest today is our very own Terry Tower. Terry was in the Army for almost 11 years with two deployments in Iraq. He currently works for EZDrone in Portland, Oregon and for VanderHouwen at the Nike Campus doing devops with security in mind. He has a Masters in Computer Science and a Bachelors in Business. Terry's drone experience started out whe…
 
Our special guest today is Andrew van der Stock. He is our new Executive Director at OWASP, taking the Foundation through organizational change and taking our mission to the next level. Andrew is a seasoned web application security specialist and enterprise security architect. He has worked in the IT industry for over 25 years. He has researched an…
 
Our special guests today are Simon Bennetts and Rick Mitchell. Simon co-leads the OWASP Zed Attack Proxy (ZAP) project, which he started in 2009 and is a Distinguished Engineer at StackHawk, a SaaS company that uses ZAP to help users fix application security bugs before they hit production. He has talked about and demonstrated ZAP at conferences al…
 
Our special guest today is Eva Galperin who is the Director of Cybersecurity at the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF). Prior to 2007, when she came to work for EFF, Eva worked in security and IT in Silicon Valley and earned degrees in Political Science and International Relations from San Francisco State University (SFSU). Her work is primarily …
 
Our guests today are Glenn Bravy and Merritt Wilson. Glenn works at Secure Code Warrior, partnering with people who believe that secure code training can be both hands-on and enjoyable. When it comes to getting upskilling, active learning and consistent practice outperform talent over time. When not working, Glenn is trying to hack and grow veggies…
 
Our guest today is Jake King, who is the CEO & Co-Founder of Cmd. He's a long-time security practitioner specializing in infrastructure security, primarily in cloud environments. Prior to starting Cmd, Jake managed the security program at social media giant Hootsuite where he experienced first-hand the risks pertaining to Linux systems at scale. Cm…
 
Our guest today is Eric Higgins. He has been in the technology industry for over 20 years. He spent a decade in Silicon Valley, where he worked at Google and then led the security team at Optimizely. Now he runs a consulting firm that helps business leaders understand how to start a security program at their company - and how to help it be successf…
 
Today we are going to be talking about - OWASP Threat Dragon - and our guests are Mike Goodwin, the founder, and Jon Gadsden, a major contributor to the project. Threat Dragon is a popular, free tool used for threat modeling, including diagramming, threat identification, mitigation and report generation. Mike is the VP of Product Security and Archi…
 
We're super delighted to have today, Ashish Patel. He's a security engineer on the Box Infrastructure Security team. He usually lives in the realm of cloud security and automating security related tasks that scale across multiple clouds & attack surfaces. Articles written by Ashish and talked about on the show: Cloud Security Automation with Python…
 
Our honored guest today is Theresa Masse. She is the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's Cyber Security Advisor for Region X, including Oregon, Washington, Idaho and Alaska. Ms. Masse was the first Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) for the State of Oregon as well as the CISO for the Port of Portland for almost 15 years combined. We'll ta…
 
John Andersen is our distinguished guest today. He is a software security engineer with a passion for open source. He works for a really big Fortune 500 company here in Oregon doing product security and runs an open source project called Data Flow Facilitator for Machine Learning or DFFML. He's also done product level pentesting, secure design life…
 
Our special guest today is Tanya Janca, also known as ‘SheHacksPurple'. She is the founder, security trainer and coach of SheHacksPurple.dev, specializing in software and cloud security. Her obsession with securing software runs deep, from starting her company, to running her own OWASP chapter for 4 years in Ottawa, co-founding a new OWASP chapter …
 
Welcome back to another edition of the OWASP PDX podcast. Our special guest today is Laura Chappell. She's a leading expert in network packet analysis, a public speaker, educator and author, including several best selling books on Wireshark and TCP/IP. She's the founder of Chappell University that helps students to prepare for the WCNA certificatio…
 
Welcome back to another OWASP PDX podcast. Our special guest today is Kaliya Young. She is an expert when it comes to self-sovereign identity on the Internet. For many of us who build and integrate authentication systems into our web apps, an identifier is usually nothing more than an e-mail address or an account number that we define and not the i…
 
Welcome back to the OWASP PDX Podcast. Today we have a very distinguished guest, senior United States Senator for Oregon, Ron Wyden. He's been a senator for our beautiful state since 1996. He's a member of the Democratic Party and has previously served in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1981 until 1996. He is the current dean of Oregon's con…
 
Welcome to another edition of the Portland, Oregon OWASP podcast. Today we'll be talking with, Ian Melven. Bio: Ian Melven currently leads security at an Los Angeles based startup. Previously, he built and led the Product Security team at New Relic. Ian has worked in security related roles for over 15 years, including at Mozilla, Adobe, McAfee and …
 
Welcome back to the OWASP PDX Podcast Today, we're talking with none other than Mark Curphey, the founder of OWASP. Mark is also founder and CEO of SourceClear. And, as we just learned this week, cofounder of his new venture Open Raven. Mark moved to the U.S. in 2000 to join Internet Security Systems (now a part of IBM), and later held roles. inclu…
 
Today we'll be talking with Chad Holmes. Chad is a Product Marketing Manager for Security Innovation with a focus on educating customers on emerging Cyber Range technologies and how they can improve security education within organizations. Prior to joining Security Innovation, Chad was a Penetration Tester, Product Manager, Security Program Manager…
 
Today we'll be talking with Aaron and Ray. Aaron is an Application Security Engineer with almost 10 years of experience. His unorthodox career path has led to many unique insights in the security industry. Ray is a life coach and conspiracy theorist. He does AppSec in his non-spare time for money. Both are insightful and brutally honest appsec blog…
 
Today we'll be talking with Ryan Krause. Ryan is a penetration tester based Portland, Oregon. He's worked in various security areas for the past 11 years, including companies such as HP, eEye Digital Security, which is now BeyondTrust, and Comcast with a primary focus on app security and development. He's currently a consultant at NetSPI, where he …
 
Today we will be talking to one of our own, Tim Morgan. Tim has had a fascinating journey in the world of security. He started in his teens as an old school hacker. And now owns his own security consulting and research company headquartered right here in Portlandia. For the past three years, Tim has been working on a new, innovated, risk-based vuln…
 
OWASP Portland 2019 Training Day Abstract: "When it comes to container security there are two prevailing schools of thought - either containers are secure by default, so you should not care much, or containers can not be secure in principle, so you should avoid them at all costs. In this training you will go through the real world examples of confi…
 
OWASP Portland 2019 Training Day Abstract: Over 3 billion browser devices are actively loading arbitrary data served by someone else. What happens if one of those pages contains maliciously crafted JavaScript? Could they capture your passwords, perform UXSS, or worse - execute local code on your machine? In this session, you will get the opportunit…
 
OWASP Portland 2019 Training Day Abstract: This session is meant for those new to OWASP Top Ten. We will go over the OWASP Top Ten - where it came from, what it’s good for, what are the top ten, etc. And illustrate the concepts in the OWASP Top Ten through another OWASP Flagship Project - The OWASP Juice Shop. This will be a hands on class so every…
 
Tips on formulating complete sentences without acronyms, learning to pretend you aren't the smartest person in the room, choosing the right animations for your PowerPoint presentations, and more! Lets be honest, you probably didn't get into info-sec because of your love for public speaking, your mastery of written and verbal communication, or your …
 
Adam Shostack is a leading expert on threat modeling, and a consultant, entrepreneur, technologist, author and game designer. He's a member of the BlackHat Review Board, and helped create the CVE and many other things. He currently helps many organizations improve their security via Shostack & Associates, and advises startups, including as a Mach37…
 
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