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Speaking at OWASP Dorset Chapter Events
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Location: JPMC, 1 Chaseside, Bournemouth BH7 7DA
- OWASP lead Daniel Warden will walk us through OWASP Zed Attack Proxy (ZAP)
- JPMC Security Engineer Mike Warner - Wireless De-auth attacks and handshake captures
- JPMC Security Engineer Anthony Grimes - WebAuthn: A new standard in securing ourselves online
- Sophia McCall - Hunted? Hunter! (An insight into my time on Hunted (Channel 4) as a cyber hunter, detailing the techniques we used to find the fugitives on the show)
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