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The NCC Group Security Open Forum is an informal and open venue for the discussion and presentation of security related research and tools, and an opportunity for security researchers from all fields to get together and share work and ideas. The Foru

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We're a bunch of hackers, pirates, ninjas, thinkers, tinkerers, inventors, engineers, explorers, and makers. We're known for our thought-provoking beer and delicious content. We love security. Come at your risk.

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In honor of the CitySec movement started several years ago, this is a local infosec meetup run by NovaInfosec.com. We basically meetup in at a local bar every 2nd or 3rd Wednesday of the month and talk shop, drink a few good beers and maybe grab a bi

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Houston Locksport is a new social group dedicated to the hobby of locks and lock picking. We host regular, informal, and easy-going meetups to share the skill and hobby of lock picking. Check out the news coverage we have gotten so far: Learn the art

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Meetup for Portland Area Information Security Professionals

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This group is meant for anyone interested in learning more about Cloud Security and Compliance.  If you would like to present or sponsor one of the event, please contact us. Stay tuned for upcoming events.

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Security Ninjas
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OWASP Foundation is a professional association of global members and is and open to anyone interested in learning more about software security. Local chapters are run independently and guided by the Chapter_Leader_Handbook (see wiki: https://www.owas

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June 26, 2015

OWASP Foundation is a professional association of global members and is and open to anyone interested in learning more about software security. Local chapters are run independently and guided by the Chapter_Leader_Handbook (see wiki: https://www.owas­

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Members
December 2, 2014

This group is meant for anyone interested in learning more about Cloud Security and Compliance.  If you would like to present or sponsor one of the event, please contact us. Stay tuned for upcoming events.

72
Security Ninjas
November 9, 2014

Houston Locksport is a new social group dedicated to the hobby of locks and lock picking. We host regular, informal, and easy-going meetups to share the skill and hobby of lock picking. Check out the news coverage we have gotten so far: Learn the art

120
Lock Picking Hobbyist
September 24, 2013

Meetup for Portland Area Information Security Professionals

72
Hackers
July 2, 2013

We're a bunch of hackers, pirates, ninjas, thinkers, tinkerers, inventors, engineers, explorers, and makers. We're known for our thought-provoking beer and delicious content. We love security. Come at your risk.

521
Enthusiasts
December 1, 2012

In honor of the CitySec movement started several years ago, this is a local infosec meetup run by NovaInfosec.com. We basically meetup in at a local bar every 2nd or 3rd Wednesday of the month and talk shop, drink a few good beers and maybe grab a bi

275
NovaInfosecers
January 21, 2011

The NCC Group Security Open Forum is an informal and open venue for the discussion and presentation of security related research and tools, and an opportunity for security researchers from all fields to get together and share work and ideas. The Foru

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