Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) is a leading Web Application Security organization.
In this resource, we will stream in all submitted events that we find that are associated with OWASP.
For those that are not sure: web application security encompasses a wide range of procedures, technologies, and approaches for defending web servers, online applications, and web services such as APIs from Internet-based threats. The use of open source components has become an essential feature of software development – which is what OWASP pioneers.
OWASP is an online community that creates freely available web application security papers, approaches, documentation, tools, and technologies.
The Accessible Web Application Security Project (one of their key projects) delivers materials that are free and open to the public. The Accessible Web Application Security Project provides materials that are free and open to the public. It is led by The OWASP Foundation, a non-profit organization. You might hear about the which is the published outcome of the current study based on extensive data gathered from more than 40 partner organizations.
The organization is an online community that creates free, publicly available web application security papers, approaches, documentation, tools, technologies and organizes DevOps security events.
The OWASP Cheat Sheet Series was developed to give a succinct compilation of high-value information on various application security problems. These cheat sheets were developed by a variety of application security pros that specialize in distinct themes.
If you are a cybersecurity professional then we’d highly encourage you to learn more about this organization.
Lonestar Application Security Conference (LASCON) 2022
Texas’s Lonestar Application Security Conference (LASCON) is an OWASP-affiliated conference that takes place every year in Austin, Texas.
A total of 400+ online application developers, security engineers, mobile developers, and information security specialists will be present at the event. LASCON is hosted in Texas, which is home to more Fortune 500 firms, many of which are cybersecurity companies, than any other state, and it is held in Austin, which is a startup hotspot in the state of Texas, according to the organization. This conference brings together the CEOs and CIOs of these firms, as well as security architects and developers, to exchange cutting-edge ideas, projects, and technological developments.