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May 2015 Community Manager News Flash

Par Open Web Application Security Project
Le [2015-06-02] à 21:41:36



Présentation : Greetings OWASP Community, This month, I offered my News Flash lead section to board member, Fabio Cerullo, who reported on the Chapter Leaders meeting at AppSecEU, held last week in Amsterdam. Fabio reports on the many ways that chapter leaders can use their funding. Remember, we are a nonprofit foundation and we do have a responsibility to spend our funding to further our mission. If your chapter is sitting on a lot of funds, read through the following ideas for spending them. Noreen WhyselCommunity ManagerOWASP Foundation HOW TO Spending OWASP Chapter Funds Last week the OWASP AppSec EU conference was held in gorgeous Amsterdam. I wanted to highlight the outstanding job done by the team... not only the event was amazing from start to finish and we set a new record in number of attendees for Europe 580 to the conference 140 to the trainings but also the energy shown by fellow OWASP leaders was truly contagious. One of the topics covered during the OWASP Chapter Leader workshop, that was attended by 20 chapter leaders from all over the world, was on how to spend chapter funds according to OWASP rules a.k.a. The OWASP Chapter Handbook https www.owasp.org index.php Category Chapter_Handbook Here are some ideas 1 We are thinking on creating an initiative such as Brucon 5x5. In case you haven't heard about it, I'm attaching an overview of this program. https docs.google.com file d 0BzX1KEAVrdrCOHRBck9fZUhkMU0 edit it is basically an initiative that allocates 5K Euro USD for 5 security research projects that could help to build a bridge between security researchers, students, hackers and professionals in the IT and security industry. You could run it at a local level among projects in your chapter or you could extend it to the rest of the world. Ideally, these projects when finished would then be presented at an OWASP AppSec conference. If you are interested in supporting this kind of activity, please get in touch. 2 Support Adopt an OWASP Project to develop it further. In this case, you could pick a project and donate funds for translation efforts, write documentation, implement a new feature, bug fixes, etc. For translation efforts, you could hire professional translators to get it translated into any language using our official translation platform Crowdin. More here https crowdin.com profile owasp For bug fixes, we have a platform called Bountysource that you basically allocate funds to a project of your choice and then developers earn bounties to fix those bugs in the code. https www.bountysource.com teams owasp-foundation For new features, on 1st June we are going to launch the OWASP Summer Code Sprint that allow students to work on OWASP projects during the summer and get paid a nominal amount USD1500 . The OWASP Foundation is funding 8 students to work on various projects but if you want to purchase a student slot for a particular project you could do so as well. https www.owasp.org index.php Summer_Code_Sprint2015 3 Reward an active leader member of your chapter to attend an OWASP Conference or Summit. Next AppSec conference https 2015.appsecusa.org c 4 Organise a Project Summit in your city to bring together academia, industry and professionals. For example The very successful OWASP OpenSAMM Summit has been co-organised sponsored by the OWASP Belgium London chapters plus other industry organisations. https www.owasp.org index.php OWASP_SAMM_Summit_2015 So I would encourage to check your chapter funds below and support these sort of activities https docs.google.com spreadsheets u 2 d 11acTOmtmBGq6-5CIGsjlEByU8POSGqda0r23VNnhEGQ pub hl en_US hl en_US output html Also, if you don't currently have funds in your chapter but want to organise an activity there are funds available to do so.. please check out the type of activities below that you could request funding https www.owasp.org index.php Funding Have a great day, Fabio CHAPTER ACTIVITY A new region has been set up for Caribbean countries to more accurately reflect chapters in that area. Curaçao, Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico are now listed in the Caribbean list on the main chapter page. Puerto Rico, which is currently listed as an inactive chapter, will also appear in the United States list. Contact me if you are interested in restarting this chapter, or view a list of inactive chapters in the Volunteer page of our wiki http owasp.force.com volunteers GW_Volunteers__VolunteersJobListing OWASP Sydney's infosec community has hosted a number of interesting events, and are working with other industry organisations on collaborative content, first with Sectalks, and then with their local AISA chapter. Next up they plan to host a newbie night, called Pentest 101. Chapter Leader, Norman Yue offered to share resources and bring this kind of event both across Australia and overseas. Visit OWASP Sydney's Meetup Group for details http www.meetup.com OWASP-Sydney-Web-Application-Security-Group Tom Brennan of OWASP NYC Northern NJ reports that OWASP projects were featured as part of a Cybersecurity Compliance panel discussion at the East Coast Gaming Congress on May 28th in Atlantic City. The event addressed the growing threat of cyber attacks in the context of online gaming http www.eastcoastgamingcongress.com news view 23 . The OWASP NYC also invited members to attend a June 11 screening of The Security Brief, a new show on Bravo, hosted by Paul Viollis. New Chapters Cape Town, South Africa Leader, Timo Goosen, timo.goosen owasp.orghttps www.owasp.org index.php Cape Town Columbia, SC, USA Leader, Frank Catucci, frank.catucci owasp.orghttps www.owasp.org index.php Columbia El Salvador Leader, Nelson Chacon, nelson.chacon owasp.orghttps www.owasp.org index.php El_Salvador Madurai, India In Process Leader, M.S. SivaKumarhttps www.owasp.org index.php Madurai Southern New Hampshire, USA The Kick-Off meeting has been scheduled for June 1 in Salem, NH. Visit the chapter page for details https www.owasp.org index.php Southern_New_Hampshire Restarted Chapters Bristol, UK Leader, Jason Alexander, jason.alexander owasp.org. First meeting will be July 2. Visit the wiki page for details.https www.owasp.org index.php Bristol Saint Louis, MO, USA Leader, Justin Wood, justin.wood owasp.orghttps www.owasp.org index.php Saint_Louis Vitoria, Brasil Leader, Ulysses Monteiro, ulysses.monteiro owasp.orghttps www.owasp.org index.php Vitoria Student Chapters and Academic Supporters Anglia Ruskin, Cambridge, UK - Renewed academic supporter role and student chapterhttps www.owasp.org index.php Anglia_Ruskin Kharkiv National University of Radio Electronic, Kharkiv, Ukraine - New mailing listhttps www.owasp.org index.php Kharkiv_National_University_of_Radio_Electronicshttps lists.owasp.org mailman listinfo owasp-knure Leeds Beckett University, Leeds, UK - NEW student chapterhttps www.owasp.org index.php Leeds_Beckett_University_Student_Chapter HONORARY MEMBERSHIPS for 2015-16 The form to submit your Honorary Membership request is now available thru June 30 To be sure you qualify, please see https www.owasp.org index.php 2015_Global_Board_of_Directors_Election Honorary_Membership TOOLS OWASP Slack Now Available We have launched a Slack as a resource to discuss project and chapter activity. We now have 38 channels. sign up at http owasp.herokuapp.com. COMMUNITY HANGOUT - April 30 Recording A recording of the April 30 Community Hangout, hosted by Tobias Gondrom, is available athttp youtu.be vffjs8Xbfjg. We discussed new OWASP updates, AppSec, our ops team and OWASP projects. Stay tuned for the next update announcement via Twitter and the owasp-community mailing list. EVENT AppSecUSA AppSecUSA registration has launched. Visit http 2015.appsecusa.org for conference information and the registration form and follow us AppSecUSA on Twitter. Please look for a separate mailing with information about accessing the Leader discount code. In the meantime, here is our press release announcing our Keynote lineup. EVENT AppSecEU Slidedecks and Recordings The AppSecEU Team is gathering slides and videos from the event last week in Amsterdam. Some have already been posted to the AppSecEU Twitter feed. Watch the AppSec.eu website for details. RESOURCES In this Issue Funding Resources https www.owasp.org index.php Funding Chapter Funding - Current Allocation Donation Scoreboard https docs.google.com spreadsheets u 2 d 11acTOmtmBGq6-5CIGsjlEByU8POSGqda0r23VNnhEGQ pub hl en_US hl en_US output html Chapter Leader Handbook https www.owasp.org index.php Chapter_Leader_Handbook Volunteer Opportunities http owasp.force.com volunteers GW_Volunteers__VolunteersJobListing Honorary Membership Form https www.owasp.org index.php 2015_Global_Board_of_Directors_Election Honorary_Membership OWASP Slack Channels http owasp.herokuapp.com April 30 Community Hangout http youtu.be vffjs8Xbfj AppSecUSA http 2015.appsecusa.org Contact Me Feel free to contact me at any time if you have a question or suggestion. To create a trackable case, please use the contact us form at http www.tfaforms.com 308703.

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