This Thursday 12 March, Acunetix Technical and QA Engineer Ian Muscat will be delivering a talk to the OWASP Charlotte Chapter. The focus of his talk will be on automated dynamic web application security testing, which is naturally his area of expertise.

The talk will explore various techniques employed by dynamic scanners in order to find the more difficult to detect web application vulnerabilities, in addition to techniques used to improve the accuracy of scan results. Thus, the talk explores black box scanning in general, including its evolution.

To join the webinar on Mar 12, 6:45 PM EDT you can register via the event page. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

About the OWASP Charlotte Chapter

‘OWASP Charlotte chapter is a committed group of technologists, security engineers, secure code developers, and security analysts. We conduct presentations on topics of interest, participate , and contribute on local chapter projects with anything from providing insight on security vulnerabilities, security processes, to documenting and writing code.  Our main focus is to increase Security Awareness in the Information Technology community . With a growing chapter of 114+ members we welcome all, no matter the skill-set, to join and take part in the fascinating world of Information Security.’



Acunetix developers and tech agents regularly contribute to the blog. All the Acunetix developers come with years of experience in the web security sphere.