Competition, with prizes.
Two talks: "The Internet of (broken) Things" (Andi Pannell) and "An introduction to The OWASP Automated Threats to Web Applications" (Colin Watson)
Two talks, "Code that fights back" (Neil Dixley) and "Practical demonstration of mobile software penetration" (Luke Sadler)
Two talks, "Explain hacking in ten minutes" (Lorenzo Grespan) and TBC (Robin Sillem).
Two talks: "Running a security event using OWASP Security Shepherd" (Gareth Dixon), "Enter the (Threat ) Dragon:Threat Modeling with OWASP Threat Dragon" (Mike Goodwin).
Two talks, "50 Million downloads and all I got was malware" (Andrew Pannell) and "Security Requirements Identification using the OWASP Cornucopia Card Game" (Colin Watson).
Ross Dargan and Ben Lee will discuss the conundrum of proving and verifying identity online. Also talks from Colin Watson, Michael Haselhurst, Mike Goodwin.
OWASP helps people and organisations make decisions about application security risk. This month, three short talks (John Beddard, Ian Oxley, Mike Goodwin) and one long one (Neil Dixley)
OWASP helps people and organisations make decisions about application security risk. This month, Andrew Waite will present "Honeypots; From Research to the Enterprise"
OWASP helps people and organisations make decisions about application security risk. This month Robin Fewster talks about: "An introduction to basic application penetration testing".