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Thank you for your interest in the Dallas OWASP chapter. Please consider joining us at our next Meetup event so we can get to know you better.
OWASP Dallas February Meeting
- When: Tuesday, February 18, 2020 - 6:00 PM
- Title: Penetration Testing in the Enterprise
- Bio: Tim Witos, is an information security and information technology professional. In the field since 2006, he has worked as a product security leader at Experian as well as developed a technology consulting practice at RSM US LLP (formerly McGladrey). He has led global service capabilities at numerous companies – including a global security testing program across 37 countries. Tim enjoys t-shirts, scotch and air travel.
- Description: A multinational application penetration testing program involves more than just great penetration testers. Scheduling, scoring, and cultural understanding can mean the difference between a successful model and a catastrophic failure. We’ll dive into some best practices I’ve extracted from running a real-world application penetration testing program across product teams in over 30 countries.
- Location: McKesson Corporation 6535-6555 State Hwy 161, Irving, TX
- How to find us: Arrive at Building A. Visitor parking out front. Parking garage is available for overflow - use the intercom to alert security you are with OWASP. Once inside inform security that you are with OWASP and they will guide you to conference center.
- Sponsorship: The meeting food & drinks will be sponsored by McKesson.
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