May 7 2008

Free Pizza and Penetration Testing

Posted by cheyennejack at 12:40 PM
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- Categories: Programming | Security

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pizza slice

Yeah, theres always a catch to free pizza, but the education is more valuable than that and we'd love to have anybody out there currently involved with web development, especially involved with security and web application penetration to testing to come on out and participate in this seminar lead by Foundstone's, Dean Saxe.

The discussion will focus around the categories of common security vulnerabilities that organizations look for through penetration testing (e.g. proper configuration management, authentication, authorization, data validation, data protection and error/exception handling), and proactive measures organizations can take.

RSVP on our site here http://www.acfug.org/

Also, if you or your company is interested in sponsoring this meeting our future meetings, please feel free to send an email to cheyenne.

president@acfug.org

The group has an active membership and is approaching its 10th year anniversary. For more sponsorship information visit.

http://www.acfug.org/index.cfm?fa=payment.newpaymentform


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