Our mission is to enrich Vancouver’s application security community. We hope you can join us in accomplishing that.
Our 2019 Supporters
We would like to thank the following companies for providing us with space, pizza and pop, and helping us with our mission to enrich Vancouver’s application security community.
Our monthly sessions take place on the 3rd Thursday of each month. We also host one off events and workshops around town.
Upcoming Meetup Events
Subscribe to the OWASP Vancouver YouTube channel where you can check out live streams of upcoming sessions as well as archives of previous sessions.
|2020/08/20||XXEs in Golang are Surprisingly Hard by Eric Payne||Slides|
|2020/08/20||Have you heard of Samy Kamkar? by Mrigakshi Goel||Slides
|2020/08/20||Getting your career started in web app testing by Lalithya Malyala||Slides|
|2020/08/20||The Evolution of Authentication by Andy Li||Slides|
|2020/08/20||Insufficient Logging & Monitoring by Sofia Chang||Slides|
|2020/07/16||Detect Complex Code Patterns Using Semantic Grep by Drew Dennison||Slides|
|2020/07/16||Open API Economy - Managing Security and Compliance Risks by Baljeet Malhotra||Slides|
|2020/06/18||CloudSec Fundamentals for AppSec Professionals by Pablo Vidal||Slides|
|2020/06/18||GraphQL Security by Don Burks||Slides|
|2020/05/22||Exploiting and Preventing Deserialization Vulnerabilities by Wesley Wineberg||Slides|
|2020/05/22||Cryptography 101 by Brodie McRae||Slides|
|2020/04/23||Design Patterns for Protecting Sensitive Data in Event-Driven Apps by Sasha Jolich||Slides|
|2020/03/05||Open Sesame: Hacking like a boss using broken authentication by Thomas Hughes|
|2020/03/05||Building a Validator For SaaS Provider's Reason for Accessing Customer Data by Jack Cha||Slides|
|2020/02/20||Exploit your way through vulnerabilities, and learn application security concepts (hands on workshop) by Security Innovation||Slides|
|2020/01/23||How to leverage static code analysis in your CICD pipelines for continuous code quality by Dana Epp||Slides|
|2020/01/23||Attacking and Securing JWT by Amiran Alavidze||Slides|
We welcome speakers of all level! You don’t have to be a pro to talk at one of our events, but we do ask that you talk be related to an application security domain and you provide value to attendees. To be a speaker, simply review the speaker agreement and then contact the our chapter lead with details of what OWASP project, independent research or related application security topic you would like to present on.
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Everyone is welcome and encouraged to participate in our Projects, Local Chapters, Events, Online Groups, and Community Slack Channel. We especially encourage diversity in all our initiatives. OWASP is a fantastic place to learn about application security, to network, and even to build your reputation as an expert. We also encourage you to be become a member or consider a donation to support our ongoing work.
As a 501(c)(3) non-profit professional association your support and sponsorship of any meeting venue and/or refreshments is tax-deductible. Financial contributions should only be made online using the authorized online chapter donation button.
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