Welcome to the OWASP Limassol chapter home page. We are located in Cyprus, a Mediterranean island renowned since antiquity for its mineral wealth, exquisite wines and produce, and stunning landscapes, we are perfectly placed to take advantage of it all.
Be a part of the OWASP Limassol Chapter and join us in discovering the latest application security research and trends! Our meetings are free and open to anyone interested in learning more about application security. You can contribute to knowledge transfer through hands-on training, presentations of OWASP projects, and sharing SDLC knowledge. Whether you’re a local student new to application security or an experienced professional seeking collaborators, we provide an engaging experience for everyone. Join us each month as we explore the cutting-edge of application security research and trends.
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Date - 15 Dec 2023
Time - 6pm - 11pm
Where - BrainRocket Office.
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OWASP Limassol meetup 3.0
Join us for an evening of cool new ideas and inspiring presentations from industry experts. We’ll discuss the latest trends in web application security, share best practices and explore different approaches to building a secure online environment. So come on out and learn something new! We look forward to seeing you there!
We are also currently looking for people to present at the meetup. If you have a great idea, research or you would like to share your experience with the rest of the information security community, please submit a Call for Proposals before December 5, 2023.
We prepared cool and tech-savvy gifts for speakers and active participants of our quizzes etc.
- OWASP T-shirt
- Raspberry Pi 4 kit
Activities winner’s pack:
- lock picking tool
- Alfa USB adapter
We are happy to announce that this event is fully covered by Brain Rocket - the fastest-growing IT company in Cyprus, a passionate member of the local community, and a dedicated contributor to the development of the technological industry. BROs do not only support the OWASP meetup in Limassol, but open their own doors to host the event in their fantastic office. Shout out to the company for going the extra mile to make this event memorable and fulfilling for us all.
We can’t wait to see you there!
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You can find the full list of our past events here.
|Use information about modern attacks to stay safe. by Valeriy Shevchenko
|How modern package managers can help you deal with a supply chain attack. by Denis Rybin
|Security Engineering or Unpopular AppSec. by Anatoly Makovetsky
|OWASP Limassol 2.0
|How are Apples cracked? by Maksim Gall
|Malware in the life of SOC analyst: how to improve detection? by Vlad Bychenkov
|SMS flood prevention. by Dmitry Vershinin
|10255 Shades of k8s. by Andrey Leonov
|OWASP Limassol New Year
|Happy DDOS to you! Or how we saved the Christmas by Ivan Agarkov
|How to find the balance between compliance and real security? by Mariia Erokhina
|Observability for security. Deep dive into Osquery by Artem Mishchenko
|Beyond IT/Fintech: Between Good and Evil. EA/SA and CSO/ISO: To Hire or To Fire? by Albert Fedoseev
🔐 The recently concluded OWASP Limassol Qualifying CTF brought together cyber enthusiasts for an exhilarating PvP experience!
Attention all cybersecurity aficionados and budding ethical hackers! The time has come and gone to test your mettle and dive into the thrilling realm of Capture The Flag (CTF) contests. The Island Hack and Learn CTF event by OWASP Limassol recently showcased an event that put your knowledge to the test, stretched your boundaries, and recognized your hard work!
The Qualifying CTF spanned across 3 days and encompassed 5 tasks covering a range of Information Security topics. We celebrated the achievements of 4 winners who scored the highest points within a brief timeframe. If you were part of this exciting journey, you can relish the memories of the competition that just took place.
Let’s congrats our Qualifying CTF winners:
- 1st place - suslikcs @LockeeLamora
- 2nd place - exe-cut3 @exe_cute
- 3rd place - silent @sil3ntz
- 4th place - s1ck @s1ckCl1ck3r
Huge kudos to all the other players as well!
There is tremendous respect from the organizers and from the island community too!
🤩 Offline PvP Battles:
Following the conclusion of the online Qualifying CTF, participants engaged in an electrifying offline PvP battle that had pulses racing! Cybersecurity warriors had the chance to meet in person, exchange insights, build valuable connections, and enjoy friendly competition.
The showdown kicked off as a segment of the OWASP Limassol Meetup 2.0 event. It consisted of 3 rounds featuring 3 tasks for the 4 winners of the Qualifying online CTF. These tasks spanned various categories, and participants needed to eliminate one category in each round based on the speed of their solutions 😀 The last individual to solve the task in each round would be eliminated. The battles were anticipated to last no more than 20 minutes each, with a demonstration screen and audience support adding to the excitement – a fantastic opportunity to gain a fan following.
Ultimately, a solitary champion emerged from the offline battle, while the remaining participants earned boundless respect from the community for their spirited involvement.
With a high respect to the winner of PvP Battles: @exe_cute
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 leads:
Please include all details of what project, independent research or related application security topic you would like to present on.
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