OWASP Tbilisi

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Who are we

OWASP Tbilisi chapter was resurrected in 2019 by David Kvatadze.

The chapter is run by a team of dedicated cyber security enthusiasts.

The chapter aims at holding quarterly meetups in the format of 3 practical workshops/CTF and up to 5 talks.

Our supporters

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The University Of Georgia

How to find us

Follow our news and announcements on social media: Facebook Page & Facebook Group

Join the Meetup group OWASP Tbilisi Chapter

Become a Speaker

Call For Speakers at OWASP Tbilisi events is permanently open. If you want to present at future events, first simply review and agree with the speaker agreement. After that please send the title, abstract of your talk and speaker bio to chapter leaders.


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OWASP Tbilisi Chapter 1st Meeting

Date: May 15, 2019

Location: The University Of Georgia, 77a, M. Kostava Street, University of Georgia, IV Building, V floor, Conference Hall Room №519, Tbilisi, Georgia.

Program - Event schedule

  1. Welcome Speech
  2. About OWASP - David Tskitishvili - Presentation
  3. ModSecurity - Temur Maisuradze - Presentation
  4. The importance of raising awareness in information security - Zviad Kikvidze - Presentation
  5. OWASP Top 10 - Avtandil Bichnigauri - Presentation
  6. Cyber-Lab.Tech Portal - David Kvatadze - Presentation
  7. Android security tips - Merab Tato Kutalia - Presentation
  8. Secure programming in C - Maksim Iavich - Presentation
  9. Considering GDPR’s requirements in programming - Dimitri Gugunava - Presentation
  10. Discussion about existing risks and weaknesses
  11. CTF-OT

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OWASP Tbilisi Chapter 2nd Meeting

Date: September 6, 2019

Location: LEPL Data Exchange Agency, 50, University Street, Tbilisi, Georgia.

Program - Event schedule

  1. Welcome Speech
  2. Cyber-Lab.Tech - Overview of Platform Exercises - Avtandil Bichnigauri - Presentation
  3. OWASP Zed Attack Proxy - Giorgi Kavrelishvili - Presentation
  4. Burp Suite - Lasha Takashvili - Presentation

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OWASP Tbilisi Chapter - Cyber Hackathon 2019

Date: December 20-21, 2019

Location: The University Of Georgia, 77a, M. Kostava Street, University of Georgia, IV Building, V floor, Conference Hall Room №501, Tbilisi, Georgia.

Program - Event schedule

  • The Computer Incident Response Team of the Data Exchange Agency of the Ministry of Justice of Georgia (CERT-GOV-GE) together with partners - non-profit organization “OWASP” and “University of Georgia” will hold a Cyber Hackathon at the University of Georgia on December 20-21. Participants will develop open source cybersecurity solutions based on the web applications.

  • Hackathon participants will have the opportunity to test their knowledge in a practical environment, in the process of creating specific programs. At the end of the event, a competent jury, consisting of specialists from both the public, private and educational sectors, will identify the winners who will be awarded the prizes.

  • Hackathon will last for two days and will be attended by individually registered specialists from various fields, as well as employees of public, private and educational organizations.

  • All interested specialists who have the desire and idea to create a product related to cybersecurity can participate in the Cyber Hackathon. Participation is free.

  • Applicants for the Cyber Hackathon must form a team of up to 3 members and submit a relevant project by December 21st. A team can also consist of 1 or 2 participants.


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OWASP Tbilisi Chapter 3rd Meeting

Date: December 5, 2020

Location: Online - Facebook Live

Program - Event schedule

  1. Welcome Speech
  2. Android Reverse Engineering and Analysis - Merab Tato Kutalia - Presentation
  3. OWASP API Security Top 10 - Avtandil Bichnigauri - Presentation
  4. Jaeles - The Swiss Army Knife for Automated Web Application Testing - Gocha Oqradze - Presentation
  5. Making developers the first line of defence for application security - Klaudia Zabek - Presentation
  6. HTTP Request Smuggling - Lasha Takashvili - Presentation