Bill Sempf Illustrates Software Security Principles at CircleCityCon ’15

Indianapolis, CircleCityCon ’15 – June 12-14 – Bill Sempf, a software security architect, illustrates the security principles that will keep your software applications more secure.  Participants in this four hour session will learn about Authentication and Content Management, Injection Vulnerabilities, Cracking and Fixing REST APIs, and Information Disclosure.  More importantly – they will to code proactively against these vulnerabilities!  Interested attendees should sign up at:

Session attendees will benefit from Bill’s 20 years of experience developing over 200 applications for large and small companies, managing the software infrastructure of two Internet service providers, coding complex software happily in every environment imaginable, and testing the security of all natures of applications and APIs.  Participants must download and install Samurai WTF to engage in Bill’s hands-on exercises

About CicleCityCon:

CircleCityCon is a community-centered information security conference. Our signature offering is the community-led training classes offered to all participants. Events and contests are organized by members of the security community, including both CircleCityCon staffers and community partners. Two tracks, incredible entertainment, and technical villages help round out the CircleCityCon experience.  Please send any event-related questions to

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