Taking it to the people

This  has been quite a year of community. I have been honored to present at a load of user groups and OWASP meetups this year, and I still have quite a few to go. Here's been some of the talks I have done so far this year:

CodeMash 2.0.1.5 - Developer Security Training
Cleveland OWASP - Cracking and Fixing REST Services
Central Ohio Infosec Summit - Developer's Guide to Pentesting
The State of Security Podcast - Working with Developers 
Arena Tech Night - Why the Web  is Broken
Columbus ISSA - Weaving Security into the SDLC
CodePaLOUsa - Weaving Security into the SDLC and Developer Security Training
CircleCityCon - Developer Security Training
BSides Cleveland - Why the Web is Broken
Great Lakes Area .NET User Group - Developer's Guide to Pentesting
Converge Detroit - Weaving Security into the SDLC and Cracking and Fixing REST Services
Pittsburg OWASP - Cracking and Fixing REST Services

The rest of the year looks to be just as eventful, and I am very much looking forward to it!

Central Ohio .NET User Group - Developer's Guide to Pentesting (August 27)
DerbyCon - Developers: Care and Feeding (September 25-27)
DogFoodCon - Why the Web is Broken (October 7-8)
OSU CyberSecurity Day - Developer Security Training
Vermont Coder's Connection - Developer's guide to pentesting

Hope to see you at one of these awesome events!



Bill Sempf

Husband. Father. Pentester. Secure software composer. Brewer. Lockpicker. Ninja. Insurrectionist. Lumberjack. All words that have been used to describe me recently. I help people write more secure software.

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