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To present at one of our monthly meetings or to host a workshop, send us your ideas!
Our participants are most interested in the following topics:
- Using Security Tools
- Writing Secure Code
- Security of Emerging Technologies
What Is A Continuous-Call-For-Speakers?
OWASP Ottawa is always looking for great speakers and content. So we made a decision to move to a Continuous Call For Speakers (CCFS). This means that we are continuously open for talks/workshops and you can submit as many abstracts as you like, whenever you like.
Benefits Of CCFS
You can submit whenever the inspiration hits! Inspiration and creativity are fickle things! With CCFS you can apply to speak at an OWASP Ottawa meetup whenever your creativity is free-flowing.
How Does It Work?
When you submit a talk/workshop, it will then be considered for future OWASP Ottawa meetups.
Your paper will only be considered for the current year.
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