What we're about

Are your web applications secure? Come find out more about web app security. What you learn might just save your business. We are the Delaware Chapter of the Open Web Application Security Project http://www.owasp.org .

We plan to meet approx. monthly (or every other month) in northern Delaware for presentations and talks on all aspects of software security.

Like all OWASP chapters our meetings are free and open to anyone interested in learning more about application security. We encourage participants to share their knowledge via hands-on training and presentations of web app security topics.

The chapter is committed to providing an engaging experience for all skill levels, from students to accomplished professionals. The Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) is dedicated to making application security visible by empowering individuals and organizations to make informed decisions about true application security risks. The OWASP Foundation is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit worldwide charitable organization. OWASP does not endorse or recommend commercial products or services. Instead, we allow our community to remain vendor neutral with the collective wisdom of the best individual minds in security worldwide.

The official home page for the Delaware chapter is here: https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Delaware

But of course Meetup is a lot shinier.

There is a mailing list for the Delaware chapter here (remember mailing lists?):

Upcoming events (2)

Hacking web apps with the Zed Attack Proxy (ZAP) via the new HUD feature

Route 9 Library & Innovation Center

Accelerate your penetration testing, CTF, and bug bounty workflows by leveraging the new HUD (heads-up display) feature of the OWASP Zed Attack Proxy (a.k.a. ZAP). We will be going over the basics of ZAP's new HUD feature while we cover some basic web app security issues (e.g. cross-site scripting, SQLi). Nothing too elite, so beginners should be able to pickup a lot of good instruction. We will be running ZAP (http://bit.ly/2k7Fm0U) from inside the Web Security Dojo virtual machine (http://bit.ly/websecdojo) on computers supplied by the library's computer lab. Therefore, you don't need to bring gear but you may want to bring a fast USB thumb drive to export and copy your VM from the lab machine when you are done. Alternatively, assuming the labs Internet connection is fast enough (I've been told it is fast) you could export your lab VM and save the file online somewhere (e.g. your own Dropbox, iCloud, etc). That way, you can take the VM and all your files home to resume your DIY studies right where you left off at the end of our meeting. The library wipes and rebuilds the PC every night (until OWASPS DE gets setup for a more permanent install) so exporting your work is the only way to preserve it from one meeting to the next. You have been warned. Tell a friend; tell a stranger; repost this on your favorite social media! Come ready to get your cyber on!

External Event: Secure Delaware 2019

Chase Center on the Riverfront

This is not an official OWASP Delaware event - but we are passing the info along to our group because of common interests. Delaware's **10th Annual** Cyber Security Workshop will provide cyber security training for Delaware's citizens, business employees, students, and government employees. The Secure Delaware 2019 Cyber Workshop is an opportunity to come together for an informative full-day session focusing on cyber security. Industry experts on Cyber Security will present information in a large group setting. Additionally, 12 unique cyber topics have been included in the event agenda for smaller group breakout sessions. Topics include Defense/Protection Strategies, Cyber Security Innovations, Breach Case Studies, Legal Implications, Security in the Cloud , and Cyber Threats of the Future. Opportunities will be available to share information and collaborate across all lines of government, business, and citizens, with the goal of strengthening our readiness and response posture. The workshop is brought to you by the Delaware Department of Technology and Information, the Greater Wilmington Cyber Security Group, Delaware League of Local Governments, Delaware Technical and Community College, University of Delaware, and the Delaware Small Business Development Center. > Meals will also be provided at the workshop (Continental breakfast and lunch). More details and registration link here: [Cyber Security in Delaware](https://digiknow.dti.delaware.gov/pages/cyberworkshop/2019/default.shtml)

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