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January 2016 - Community News Flash

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Présentation : January 2016 Community News FlashIn this Issue FEATURE OWASP Global AppSec 2017 - Call for Proposals FUNDING Updated Balances, Time to Plan for 2016 PROJECTS What's Right, What's Wrong What Needs to Change CHAPTERS New Chapters, Leader Transitions, Meeting Ideas for 2016 EVENTS Upcoming Local and Regional Events RESOURCES List of Resources in this Issue FEATURE OWASP Global AppSec 2017 - Call for Proposals OWASP encourages any community member interested in hosting an OWASP Global Conference to submit a proposal. The dates of each OWASP Global AppSec conference or Tour vary somewhat each year but ideally the conference is held Latin America this may be a Latam Tour instead - Q1 Europe - Q2 North America - Q3 Asia Pacific this may be an Asia Tour instead - Q4 To bid for a 2017 OWASP Global AppSec please complete the OCMS formhttp www.tfaforms.com 301382 with the following information before February 29th, 2016. 1. The proposed city and host chapter. 2. The name of the intended local organizer and his her team committed to the task for 2016 along with a brief explanation on why the conference committee wants to organize an OWASP Global AppSec. 3. Previous conferences or local regional events experience of the conference committee. 4. The intended dates for the conference. Typically includes 2 days of pre-conference training, followed by 2 days of conference talks . 5. Venue recommendations. If possible, assurance that the following will be available Green room, storage room, breakout rooms, etc. A large auditorium. Other lecture rooms near the main auditorium. Projection facilities in all rooms up to modern standards. A suitable mixing space near the rooms for registration, breaks and other activities. A hall near the rooms for sponsor exhibitions. If possible, attach a tentative floor plan design. 6. Budget. Please use the Application Form on google docs Since many of the categories of expenses are optional, consider this a check list. You can add as many items as you want and you do not need to fill in every box if you do not want it to be included in your event. 7. Possible big name speakers in AppSec who might be plenary speakers with low travel costs. 8. Any other relevant information. By submitting an application, you are already demonstrating your commitment to OWASP. Hosting a conference requires both a commitment and a great deal of responsibility. A lot of time, energy and effort are needed during the proposing, planning and implementing phases of hosting a conference. For more information see the How to Host a Conference page. https www.owasp.org index.php How_to_Host_a_Conference We really appreciate every proposal we receive. The selection process that will be made by the OWASP operations team. Application submission begins January 1st. The deadline for applications isFebruary 29th. Applicants will be notified by March 18th. Should you have any questions concerning the proposal process or need assistance with you application, please do not hesitate to contact me. We are looking forward to your proposals Laura Grau Global Conference Manager OWASP Foundation laura.grau owasp.org --------------------------------------------------------------------- FUNDING Updated BalancesPer recent changes to our funding procedures some of our chapters and projects that ended the year with less than 500 will be seeing an increase in their funding allocations. Only those with current activity and at least two leaders will see the increase. Please watch for a notice of your new funding balance. If you do not see an increase, be sure that your wiki page reflects your current activity and has contact information for at least two leaders. If you need assistance, let Community Manager, Noreen Whysel know at noreen.whysel owasp.org. Keep in mind also that one of the best ways to raise funds is to recruit new, paid memberships and local sponsors. Individual memberships are a low 50 per year pro rated in some countries and corporate memberships are available at 5,000, 20,000 and 50,000, a portion of which can be allocated to a chapter and or project. Local sponsorships can also be allocated directly to your project or chapter. Direct prospective sponsors to the Donate button on your chapter or project's wiki page. See the results of several board proposals affecting funding for 2016 https www.owasp.org index.php OWASP_Board_Votes Voting_Records You may check your account balance and funding history here Chapters Chapter Balance Donation Scoreboard US Chapter Transactions EU Chapter Transactions Projects Project Balance Donation Scoreboard US Project Transactions EU Project Transactions --------------------------------------------------------------------- PROJECTS What's Right, What's Wrong What Needs to ChangeOWASP Projects are the CORE of the Foundation. As we kick off 2016 join together with your peers to discuss PROJECTS What's Right, What's Wrong What Needs to Change. When Wed, Jan 27, 2016 3 00 PM - 4 00 PM EST Where ONLINE RSVP https attendee.gotowebinar.com register 7141369075633328641 Volunteer Agenda Source Legal Considerations for OWASP Project Leaders Current Workflow End-To-End Lab - Flagship Identified Areas of Improvement Establishing Regional Representation Asia-Pacific Security Council APSC North America Security Council NASC Europe Middle East and Africa Security Council ESC Latin America Security Council LASC Sprints, Sabbaticals Summits You can be part of the problem or the solution... that choice is yours - forward as appropriate. Pre-Requisite Read Ahead https www.owasp.org index.php OWASP_Project_Inventory https www.owasp.org index.php Category OWASP_Project Moderator Tom Brennan, Volunteer Call for Comments OWASP Projects Handbook What makes a good project great We know you want to make great projects. The OWASP Projects Handbook can help. And now that we have come together as a community to discuss making great projects, it's time to give us your feedback. A Call for Comments on the OWASP Projects Handbook update is now open. We invite project participants to visit the OWASP Projects Handbook draft on Google Docs and enter comments. You can also download a PDF version from the OWASP Projects wiki page and forward comments to Claudia Aviles-Casanovas at claudia.aviles-casanovas owasp.org. Project Updates OWASP Security Knowledge Framework A new release of the OWASP-SKF project is now available https www.owasp.org index.php OWASP_Security_Knowledge_Frameworkhttps www.securityknowledgeframework.org This new release contains a lot of new features such as User management and project assignment The implementation of the new ASVS 3.0 version New knowledge base items Chef cookbook for setting up the SKF project https skf.readme.io docs installation section-automated-installation-with-chefhttps github.com blabla1337 owasp-skf-chef ASVS The OWASP Application Security Verification Standard ASVS Project provides a basis for testing web application technical security controls. Jim Manico will host a call on March 22 to discuss new features in ASVS. Save the date to your calendar and sign up be reminded as we get closer OWASP Goto Webinar https attendee.gotowebinar.com register 5561919523333176577 For more information about the ASVS project, read this latest interview with Andrew van der Stock from The Register http www.theregister.co.uk 2016 01 12 owasps_revamped_developer_guide_will_help_you_pass_pen_tests ASVS v3.0.1 has been committed into GitHub and uploaded to our translation platform on Crowd In. The call for translations for the ASVS project remains open. https github.com OWASP ASVShttps crowdin.com project owasp-asvs You can reach Andrew van der Stock about volunteering at vanderaj owasp.org. OWASP 24 7 PodCasts Created by Mark Miller, OWASP 24 7 Podcasts offer a great forum for getting an update on projects. Listen to interviews with project leaders at https soundcloud.com owasp-podcast. --------------------------------------------------------------------- CHAPTERS New Chapters, Leader Transitions, Meeting Ideas for 2016New Chapters Alexandria, Egypt Hamid Farid and Ahmed Hussein, leaders hamid.farid owasp.org, ahmed.hussein owasp.org https www.owasp.org index.php Alexandria Cuttack, India Ankush Mohanty, leader Ankush.Mohanty owasp.org https www.owasp.org index.php Cuttack Jalandhar, India Digvijay Moshanty, leader Digvijay.Moshanty owasp.org https www.owasp.org index.php Jalandhar Restarted Chapters Aguascalientes, Mexico Juan Gama and Aldo Salas, new leaders juan.gama owasp.org, aldo.salas owasp.org https www.owasp.org index.php Aguascalientes_Mexico Dehradun, India Jatin Sethi, new leader jatin.sethi owasp.org https www.owasp.org index.php Dehradun São Paulo Roberto Soares, new leader roberto.soares owasp.org https www.owasp.org index.php Sao_Paulo Slovenia Milan Gabor, new leader milan.gabor owasp.org https www.owasp.org index.php Slovenia Leader Transitions Charlottesville Southwest Virginia Jeffrey Collyer and Phil Offield expanding the Charlottesville chapter to include Lynchburg and area colleges. The new chapter will be renamed Southwest Virginiahttps www.owasp.org index.php Southwest_Virginia London Sam Stepanyan and Sherif Mansour Farag, new leaders. Huge thanks to Justin Clarke, Tobias Gondrom, and Dennis Groves who are stepping down as London leaders. https www.owasp.org index.php London There are many leader openings for chapters that have gone inactive, particularly in the Middle East and Africa. Go to the Volunteer page for a listing of open positions http owasp.force.com volunteers GW_Volunteers__VolunteersJobListing New Student Chapters Information Technology Institute, Cairo, Egypt Faculty Advisor Mrs. Lamia Mostafa lmostafa mcit.gov.eg National School of Business Management, Sri Lanka Leader Ruwan Ranganath ruwanranganathz gmail.com Learn more about our Student Chapters and Academic Supporter programs. Notable Chapter Activity OWASP Delhi submitted a comprehensive year end report for chapter activities since its restart in January 2014 complete with photographs and a summary of expenses. Also a Video from the March 2015 meeting was sent by the CISO of Sapient who served as host for that meeting. Chapter Leader Sandeep Singh would like to offer this reporting structure as a model for other chapters to adopt in planning the year's activities. You can View the Report in Google Docs. While you are planning for 2016, here is a great idea that Tom Brennan passed along. This year, Tom will be serving as the Chairman of the NYMJCSC New York Metro Joint Computer Security Conference, an annual event that is in its third year in NYC. Last year's event included the following organizations InfraGard New York Metro ISACA New York Metro, New Jersey and Greater Hartford Connecticut ISC 2 New Jersey ISSA New York OWASP New York Metro, Long Island, Brooklyn HTCIA North East Region ACFE New Jersey The New York City chapter advertises this event as a multi-track meeting for October. Wouldn't it be great for all OWASP Chapters to collaborate with other industry peer groups in October which is Cyber Security Awareness Month in the US The NYMJCSC 2016 website is in the planning stage, but you can visit the NYMJCSC 2015 event website at http www.nymjcsc.org for details. If you are in the New York City area this Fall, the Save the Date is October 5th. Restarting an Inactive Chapter If you are interested in starting or helping to restart a chapter that has gone inactive, please review the listings at the Volunteer Opportunities page of the wiki. If you are a current chapter leader and are having difficulty finding space, volunteers or funding to host a meeting, let me know. I can direct you to resources and funding to help you. Also keep in mind you can view your Chapter's budget and available funds at the Donation Scoreboard https docs.google.com spreadsheets d 11acTOmtmBGq6-5CIGsjlEByU8POSGqda0r23VNnhEGQ pub hl en_US hl en_US output html --------------------------------------------------------------------- EVENTS Upcoming AppSec Events Global AppSec Events The Call for Papers for AppSec Europe 2016 ends on the 15th of January. That's TOMORROW Be sure to send in your abstracts today http 2016.appsec.eu important-dates call-for-papers Did you know that OWASP's AppSec Europe event made TripWire's Top 11 Security Conferences Read more at OWASP AppSec EU made TripWire's list of the Top 11 Security Conferences in the world We are very proud of our AppSec Europe team. AppSec Europe 2016, 30 June - 1 July, 2016, Rome, Italy AppSec USA 2016, 11 October - 14 October 2016, Washington Regional and Local Events AppSec Cali 2016, January 25, 2016 - January 27, 2016, Santa Monica, CA New Zealand Day 2016, February 3, 2016 - February 4, 2016, Auckland, New Zealand CyberSecurity 2016, May 16, 2016 - May 20, 2016, New York, NY, USA AppSec ASIA 2016, May 19 2016 - May 22, 2016, Wuhan, China Partner and Promotional Events BSides Lagos January 22, 2016, Nigeria SC Congress London February 10, 2016, ILEC Conference Centre London, UK Register today for an exclusive OWASP Member discount of 125. Full Conference pass sells for 350 Use the discount code - OWASPMEM Blackhat Asia 2016 March 31 - April 1, 2016, Marina Bay Sands Singapore OWASP members receive a 200 USD discount on Briefings with discount code OWBR0316 SC Congress Toronto June 1, 2016 - June 2, 2016, Metro Convention Center Toronto, CN Register today for an exclusive OWASP Member discount of 125. Full Conference pass sells for 350 Use the discount code - OWASPMEM Watch the AppSec Conference page for updated event listings. Be sure to enter your upcoming event into the OWASP Conference Management System so we can promote it and provide assistance. --------------------------------------------------------------------- RESOURCES Project Inventory https www.owasp.org index.php OWASP_Project_Inventory https www.owasp.org index.php Category OWASP_Project Chapter Leader Handbook https www.owasp.org index.php Chapter_Leader_Handbook Funding Resources https www.owasp.org index.php Funding Donation Scoreboard - Current Chapter and Project Funding Allocations https docs.google.com spreadsheets u 2 d 11acTOmtmBGq6-5CIGsjlEByU8POSGqda0r23VNnhEGQ pub hl en_US hl en_US output html OWASP Conference Management System https www.owasp.org index.php Owasp_Conference_Management_System --------------------------------------------------------------------- CONTACT ME Feel free to contact me at any time if you have a question or suggestion. 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