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OWASP Poland Day 2018
OWASP Poland Day 2018 in Warsaw! OWASP Day is the only one conference in Poland dedicated to application and software security, aimed at developers, testers, architects, product designers, security specialists and managers. In short, anyone involved with securing software lifecycle - builders, breakers and defenders! List of already confirmed speakers and presentations: - Frans Rosen – Attacking Modern Web Technologies - Pedro Fortuna – Are your JavaScript-based protections really secure? - Johan Peeters – Using OAuth and OpenID Connect for access control - Takaharu Ogasa – Push Left and Beyond, Building Practical Skills for Fixing Vulnerabilities with OWASP A&D Project - Omer Levi Hevroni – Secure the pipeline: How to build a secure Kubernetes CI/CD pipeline - Dani Ramirez – AppSec: IPMI: An express train to hell - Luca Caretoni – Web Security in the Desktop World - Jakub Botwicz – AFL (American Fuzzy Lop) that you do not know - Krystian Szybis – Responsible Disclosure in a bank - Damian Rusinek - Outsmarting smart contracts - an essential walkthrough a blockchain security minefields - Andrzej Dyjak – Zero Trust Theorem - Michał Kurek – Application security in IIoT world More interesting presentations will come. They will be organized in two tracks. Networking opportunities: evening dinner, lunch, coffee breaks. Attention - this time we have to use Eventbrite for registration. Please do not RSVP using Meetup. It's a paid event but we are doing our best to keep entrance fee as low as possible, just to cover venue, coffee and lunch, speakers expenses, evening networking event etc. Register at: Conference web page: Please spread the word!

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    OWASP - Open Web Application Security Project is non-profit organization focused on improving the security of software. Our mission is to make software security visible, so that individuals and organizations worldwide can make informed decisions about true software security risks. We are open to anyone interested in learning more about software security.

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