OWASP Amass Project
Today, large organizations deal with the challenge of running their infrastructure across many networks and namespaces due to the use of cloud and hosting services, legacy environments and acquisitions. This can make it difficult for an organization to maintain visibility of its Internet-facing assets and an ability to track down systems that pose a risk to its security posture. The OWASP Amass Project attempts to help organizations perform network mapping of its attack surface and better understand how its assets are distributed across the networks of trusted partners. During this talk, contributors to the OWASP Amass Project will discuss how to utilize the tools and demonstrate how to regain visibility of a large network infrastructure.
Jeff Foley, Project Leader of the OWASP Amass Project
Jeff has spent the last eighteen years as an innovative technologist and technical leader taking on challenges in the area of cyber warfare. He started the Amass project after noticing the need for robust and practical OSINT tools that aid information security professionals in mapping complex networks.
Anthony Rhodes, Contributor to the OWASP Amass Project
Anthony has over five years of industry experience as a penetration tester, red teamer, and software engineer. He has been following the OWASP Amass Project since its inception and has recently joined as a contributor to help enrich its functionality beyond DNS enumeration and network mapping.
Free parking is available underneath the building. Please bring your ticket with you for validation.
Entrance for parking:
Take the garage elevator to the lobby.
Please sign in with the security guard.
Then take lobby elevators to the 14th floor.
Return your parking ticket to the security desk before leaving.
Food will be provided. Please let us know if you're attending so we have enough. Either RSVP in Meetup, or email me at [masked].