The virtual training classes are 8 hour courses offered in 4-hour blocks over two days. The trainings will begin at 12:00pm Eastern Time (USA)/6:00pm Central European Time. 

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Nicole Becher & Nancy Gariché

OWASP DevSlop Project
Trainer 1: Nicole Becher is currently Director of Information Security & Risk Management for S&P Global Platts. She has been in the cybersecurity space for over ten years working mostly inoffensive security capacities leading penetration testers, red teams, forensics, and incident responders. She also worked on cyber/regulatory policy for New York State Department of Financial Services, where she helped draft the first-in-nation regulatory framework for assessing the cybersecurity of large and complex financial institutions and draft the first-in-nation regulatory and licensing framework for bitcoin and virtual currency companies. Nicole is also as an Adjunct Instructor at New York University, where she teaches courses on offensive and defensive computer security, network security, web application security, and computer forensics. She is a project leader for the OWASP DevSlop Project. Nicole has presented both talks and training, at various conferences around the world on topics related to her research interests. She is a Cybersecurity fellow of New America, a Washington DC-based think-tank, and is a fellow of the Madison Policy Forum, a cybersecurity-focused policy group bridging military, government, and industry. She is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP). Nicole is a member of the Conservation Technology SMART Security Council and is very active in wildlife conservation technology and animal rescue. - Twitter: @thedeadrobots - LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nicolebecher/

Trainer 2: In the early 2000s, Nancy joined the Canadian federal government as a computer science CO-OP student and never left. In 2009, she moved to Ottawa from Montreal, her beloved hometown, to land her first IT security job as a security analyst. This multi-hatted role gave her the opportunity to take on duties in multiple disciplines ranging from incident handling, to project and risk management. Involved in her local infosec community, she aspires to welcome and empower a new generation of industry professionals into the workforce. She is currently leading her federal Department’s Security Assessment and Authorization Program and she is the founder of BDB Skills, a community that helps cybersecurity professionals and enthusiasts obtain the skills and certifications required to kickstart or level up their career. Nancy is also the co-leader of the Ottawa Chapter of the Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) and of the OWASP DevSlop project. - Twitter: @owaspdevslop - Linkedin: https://ca.linkedin.com/in/nancygariche