Content tagged as 'Owasp New Zealand Day'

Here is a list of all the content that has been tagged as owasp new zealand day. This is one of the conferences Kim is involved with organising and running.

Talk - Hardening Your Docker Infrastructure

The security defaults of Docker are designed to get you up and running (“just work”) quickly, rather than being the most secure. There are many default configurations that can be improved upon. In this talk Kim will walk through improving the security of Docker hosts, containers, networking and deployments.

Talk - Security Regression Testing on OWASP Zap Node API

The OWASP ZAP HTTP intercepting proxy is useful for manually attacking your Web apps and APIs. Now, we have the official Node API to programatically drive ZAP to regression test our creations. Kim will show you how to build a fully featured security regression testing CLI, consumable by your CI/nightly builds.

Conference - OWASP New Zealand Day

The eighth OWASP New Zealand Day conference, held at the University of Auckland.

Workshop - Building Security Into Your Development Teams

Kim's flagship Software Developer focussed training, this time at OWASP New Zealand Day conference.

Conference - OWASP New Zealand Day

The eighth OWASP New Zealand Day conference, held at the University of Auckland.

OWASP New Zealand Day

The ninth conference of its kind. Dedicated to information security, with an emphasis on secure architecture and development techniques to help Kiwi developers build more secure applications.

Conference - OWASP New Zealand Day

The seventh OWASP New Zealand Day conference, held at the University of Auckland.

Conference - OWASP New Zealand Day

The sixth OWASP New Zealand Day conference, held at the University of Auckland.

Talk - What's Our Software Doing With All That User Input

At OWASP NZ Day: What are we doing with all the characters that get shoved into our applications? Have we considered every potential execution context?

Workshop - Security Testing with Kim Carter

At ANZTB: Hands-on insight into security testing. Kim will discuss some of the more common security vulnerabilities being found in today’s software implementations, and will demonstrate ways of testing them.