The Open Security Summit (OSS) 2020 is focused on the collaboration between developers and application security. The OSS, now in the 6th edition, is an event that has been running already for 12 years. It used to be held at Centre Parcs Woburn Forest in the United Kingdom. However, this year it takes a different format. It's being held 100% virtually due to the Covid-19 pandemic. It offers an amazing, high-energy experience of 10 days of training sessions and 5 days for the main summit. This is not a conference with just some unidirectional presentations. Every thoroughly prepared working session is geared towards a specific Application Security challenge and will be focused on actionable outcomes. Thus the attendees will get a unique chance to work and collaborate intensively.
Both, the trainings and the main sessions cover a wide range of important and interesting topics related to Threat modeling, Inspection and Sanitisation Guidance (ISG) standards, Wardley maps, cybersecurity, CISO and risk management, social engineering, COVID apps and many others.
If you care about Application Security and want to collaborate with the key players in this industry, this is the event to be at. By attending you will develop valuable skills, enrich your knowledge, build key networks. During the Summit you will:
- Improve your expertise by meeting leading figures from OWASP, security, development, government agencies and vendor companies
- Come up with action plans by collaborating in working sessions tackling some of the hardest security problems we are facing in 2020
- Learn new skills at hands-on practically-driven sessions, enabling you to return with the knowledge, skills and tools needed to make impactful changes in your environment
Why to attend
The summit will bring together leading figures from OWASP, security, development, government agencies and vendor companies.
Collaborate in working sessions to tackle some of the hardest security problems we are facing in 2020 and create actionable solutions.
Connect with like-minded individuals who are passionate about AppSec, get chatting over the breaks or free time and create new opportunities for future productive cooperation.
Take the advantage of the remote mode of the summit to save on travel costs.