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Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) - Portland, Oregon Chapter

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 community of like-minded professionals, OWASP issues software tools and knowledge-based documentation on application security. This podcast mostly focuses on cybersecurity in the Portland, Oregon chapter.

Tracks

OWASP Portland Training Day Sponsor Highlight - Summit Security Group 14:43 10/12/2021
OWASP Portland Training Day Sponsor Highlight - Cambia Health 13:02 10/12/2021
Michael Allen Lake - From the JEDI Initiative to the New U.S. Digital Corps 43:02 10/11/2021
Sarba Roy - The Security World Is Your Oyster and You Are the Pearl 37:51 08/01/2021
Aarti Gadhia - Doing Real Work in Bridging the Diversity Gap in Cybersecurity Leadership 21:18 06/30/2021
Jeff Williams - We Are in the Stone Age for Application Security 44:16 06/23/2021
Frank Heidt - CEO and Co-Founder of Leviathan Security Group 43:59 06/19/2021
Rebekah Brown and Scott J. Roberts - Intelligence-Driven Incident Response 52:50 06/13/2021
Farshad Abasi and Roberto Salgado - Our New Pacific Northwest Application Security Conference (PNWSEC) 54:12 05/30/2021
Jonathan Badeen - Tinder Co-Founder - Flirting With Fire: A Conversation about Start-ups, Evolving App Sec, and His Path of Creation 46:19 04/05/2021
Nabil Hannan - I Can Teach Someone to Be Smart, but I Can't Teach Someone to Be Clever When It Comes to Training a Pentester; A Pentester Must Be the Latter 38:03 03/07/2021
John Strand - Running a Security Company Is to Do Illegal Things With Permissions 39:41 02/21/2021
Lewis Ardern and PwnFunction - Discovering Clever Ways to Exploit the Vue.js JavaScript Framework 47:42 02/13/2021
Volko Ruhnke, Adam Shostack and Hadas Cassorla - Building Games to Teach Real-World Security 68:59 01/23/2021
Caroline Wong - What a Top Chief Strategy Officer Has to Say About Security These Days 25:15 10/17/2020
Jim Manico - "Kūlia I Ka Nu'u" to Be Your Best in Security 33:49 10/09/2020
Bruce Schneier - We Live in a Security and Privacy World That Science Fiction Didn't Predict 32:55 10/04/2020
STÖK - What It Takes to Be a Good Hacker 23:52 09/10/2020
Terry Dunlap - IoT Security Starts with Getting Rid of Your IoT Devices 24:25 09/06/2020
Dr. Linus Karlsson - The Art of Managing Open Source Vulnerabilities is Good Science Too 19:01 08/28/2020
Terry Tower - Drones Be Hacked 26:34 08/22/2020
Andrew van der Stock - OWASP Executive Director - Our Software is the Firewall 25:50 08/08/2020
Simon Bennetts and Rick Mitchell - The Great Proxy Wars - ZAP vs. Burp Suite 18:19 07/27/2020
Eva Galperin - Director of Cybersecurity at the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) - Go Look Where No One Else is Looking 31:10 07/23/2020
Glenn Bravy and Merritt Wilson - Secure Code Warrior - Are Some Languages More Dangerous Than Others? 22:18 07/15/2020
Jake King - Linux Cloud and Endpoint Security - Do It Wisely. Make it Easy. 23:15 07/09/2020
Eric Higgins - Security From Zero: Practical Security for Busy People 18:53 06/26/2020
Mike Goodwin and Jon Gadsden - Threat Dragon is for Threat Modeling. Come Help Build It! 26:44 06/07/2020
Ashish Patel - Best Practices for Proactive Cloud Security 16:05 06/02/2020
Theresa Masse - Department of Homeland Security - Tips,Tricks and Free AppSec Services from the DHS - Stay Protected from the New Bad COVID-19 Actors 17:29 04/13/2020