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December 18, 2007

Boston/Cambridge InfoSecurity Events

Software Security Weaknesses - Avoiding and Testing
Bob Martin is giving a talk tonight at the Boston Software Process Improvement Network (SPIN) meeting on "Software Security Weaknesses - Avoiding and Testing". The meeting is at MITRE in Bedford in the basement conference center of M-Building (the one next to the parking garage). Pizza and discussions at 6pm, talk at 7:10pm.

Its open to anyone.

BeanSecBeanSec, an informal gathering of security professionals, is held the 3rd Wednesday of every month in Cambridge. It will be held tomorrow night from 6pm-9pm at the Middlesex Lounge, 315 Mass. Ave, Cambridge, MA. Note that this is a change of venue from the Enormous Room.

SOURCE Boston 2008Source: Boston is a new security conference taking place in Cambridge on March 12-14th. This lines up pretty well with St. Patrick's Day weekend which will be a fun time to be in Boston. Mike Murray has a great writeup about it on his blog.

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