Welcome to the OWASP Waterloo Chapter home page!
The Waterloo Chapter is active & rebooted in January 2023.
Your chapter leaders are Vinod Tiwari, and Ajit Sharma
We aim to bring together people from research, academia and industry to motivate, and empower others to pursue a career in cybersecurity. By raising awareness we work towards increasing diversity and equality in cybersecurity.
We are committed to helping discover the next generation of cybersecurity talent. We aim to offer mentorship programs to educate those new to cybersecurity, and provide talks from industry professionals to showcase all cybersecurity has to offer.
We want to help you connect with like-minded individuals. Whether you are new to cybersecurity or a seasoned veteran, our goal is to build a community where everyone can openly discuss and explore current issues in cybersecurity, employment opportunities and more. By providing networking opportunities, we want everyone to get involved in the community and establish relationships with new people.
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|1||March 3, 2023 10:30 AM EST||An Invalid JWT Test Case|
|2021-02||June 24, 2021||A Journey Through the Kubernetes Threat Matrix - Part 2|
|2021-01||April 22, 2021||A Journey Through the Kubernetes Threat Matrix - Part 1|