Content tagged as 'Owasp'

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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.

Holistic Info-Sec for Web Developers

A three part book series focused on lifting the security knowledge of Software Developers, Engineers, and their teams, so that they can continuously deliver secure technical solutions on time and within budget, without nasty surprises.

Workshop - Web Developer Quiz Night

Attacking a set of carefully curated questions around info-sec, white hat, black hat, attack and defense.

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.

Workshop - Holistic Info-Sec for Web Developers - Intense

Kiwicon hands-on threat modelling, attack and defence strategy training for Web Developers wishing to understand their attackers better, stay ahead of them and create cost effective defence strategies.

Workshop - Security Regression Testing with ZapAPI and NodeGoat

At AWS Auckland, Kim will demonstrate the OWASP Zap API with NodeGoat, which helps you identify vulnerabilities in your web application as you create it, rather than at the end of a project.

Workshop - Security Regression Testing with ZapAPI and NodeGoat

NodeJS Auckland: Kim will demonstrate the OWASP Zap API with NodeGoat, which helps you identify vulnerabilities in your web application as you create it, rather than at the end of a project.

Workshop - Security Regression Testing with ZapAPI and NodeGoat

This time in Kilkenny of Ireland, Kim will demonstrate the OWASP Zap API with NodeGoat, which helps you identify vulnerabilities in your web application as you create it, rather than at the end of a project.