Open Web App Security Project - Kansas City Chapter Monthly Meeting

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Every 4th Tuesday of the month

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Our November OWASP Meeting will be held in the Large Conference Room at the Leawood Pioneer Public Library! We will have pizza and (non-alcoholic) beverages, sponsored by OWASP-KC, and a raffle for a Google Titan hardware security key set! (Please RSVP in advance to make sure we have enough pizza!)

Our speakers will be Alex Lauerman and Justin Ferguson. Their talk will be a comprehensive overview of the wide variety of security-focused HTTP headers that have proliferated in recent years, and how you can use them to enforce security on your web applications. (Sorry, no catchy title yet. :-) )

Technical Level - Security: 3/10
Technical Level - Development: 5/10
Audience: Builders, Defenders

Alex Lauerman is the founder of TrustFoundry, an Overland Park-based Security Consultancy. Alex has more than four years of software development experience, and ten years of penetration testing experience. Alex collaborates closely with organizations of all sizes in securing web, mobile and thick client applications, in addition to penetration testing networks and devices. He is also a Founder of SecKC, the largest monthly security meetup in the United States (and maybe the world!).

Justin Ferguson is an Application Security Solutions Architect at New Context Services, a Lean Security & DevSecOps consulting firm based in San Francisco. Justin has spent 20 years bouncing back and forth between Dev, Sec, and Ops, and currently enjoys doing a little of each every day. He is the Volunteer Chapter Leader for OWASP-KC, and is active in the security and tech communities in Kansas City.