OWASP Nashville

Welcome to the OWASP Nashville Chapter!

Although COVID has created unprecedented challenges for all of us, OWASP Nashville is alive and well! We will be resuming meetups (virtual meetups for now) in October with a fascinating talk on cloud security defense mechanisms. Details to be published on the OWASP Nashville Meetup page soon!

The chapter leaders are Mark Geeslin, Joel Tomassini, Brandon Evans, and Casey Rosini.

Next Meeting / Event


OWASP Nashville meetings are posted on our Meetup page. Please visit http://www.meetup.com/OWASP-Nashville-Chapter for all chapter event information.

Join the OWASP Nashville group on Meetup to be notified when the details of the next event are published.


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