About AppSec Tel Aviv 2019
Never been to an OWASP AppSec conference? Here’s a bit of info to provide some background.What Happens at an AppSec Conference?
- Technical talks by experts in security, devops and cloud
- Panels to debate tough topics
- Training sessions for hands on learning in top security areas
- Keynotes from industry leaders
- Vendor booths to promote the latest advances in security technology
- A variety of other activities such as recruiting fair, capture the flag, security tool training, and more
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