Who is the OWASP Foundation?
The Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) is a nonprofit foundation that works to improve the security of software. Through community-led open source software projects, hundreds of local chapters worldwide, tens of thousands of members, and leading educational and training conferences, the OWASP Foundation is the source for developers and technologists to secure the web.
- Tools and Resources
- Community and Networking
- Education & Training
ZAP is a free, easy to use integrated penetration testing tool which now includes a Heads Up Display. Easily used by security professionals and developers of all skill levels, users can quickly and more easily find security vulnerabilities in their applications. Given the unique and integrated design of the Heads Up Display, developers new to security testing will find ZAP an indispensable tool to build secure software. Learn more about ZAP.
Hosted at some of most iconic technology companies in the world, the Bay Area chapter is one of the Foundation’s largest and most active. This month they are hosting a Hacker Day and monthly meetups in San Francisco at Insight Engines and in South Bay at EBay. Usually the agenda includes three proactive and interesting talks, lots of interesting people to meet, and great food. The Bay Area Chapter also participates in planning AppSec California.
live from the beach of Cancun at the OWASP Projects Summit was a really
unique event. The summit allowed us to really concentrate on some larger
long-term ideas we had.
Recent OWASP News & Opinions
- Global AppSec Dublin postponed to 2021, March 12, 2020
- Dublin Call for Papers and Trainers, February 18, 2020
- OWASP SAMM v2.0 Released, February 11, 2020
- Our Website Migration Journey, January 15, 2020