Global Committee Pages
NEW GLOBAL COMMITTEE STRUCTURE
OWASP recognized the extraordinary contribution of our most active leaders by engaging them to lead a set of six new committees that report to the OWASP Board of Directors. Each democratically established committee will focus on a key function or geographic region, such as OWASP projects, conferences, local chapters, membership and industry outreach.
|OWASP GLOBAL COMMITTEES|
|OWASP GLOBAL COMMITTEE||Projects||Membership||Education||Conferences||Industry||Chapters|
| 100% Volunteer Committee Members run OWASP Foundation. The goal is to have min. 7 persons on each committee that represents an OWASP region in the world acting as a voice.
Board Rep., rotates every every quarter to provide assistance across all groups.
Board Rep: Jeff
Board Rep: Seba
Board Rep: Matt
Board Rep: Eoin
Board Rep: Dave
Board Rep: Tom
- Drive quality improvement for OWASP Projects
- Manage OWASP Season of Code program
- Highlight strategic projects to meet the long-term mission (for example, ESAPI)
- Increase individual membership 100% in 18 months (Individuals)
- Increase organizational supporters 100% in 18 months (Supporters)
- Increase university supporters 100% in 18 months
- Identify events per year to be OWASP Conferences that are the primary supporting factor for grant projects, summits and operational costs
- Establish a adoptable program that can be incorporated into Univ., and technical education programs that leverages the efforts of many at OWASP to raise the level of awareness to secure software.
- Obtain grants to futher our work
- CSIS Report
- Start outreach to critical infrastructures worldwide such as:
- electricity generation, transmission and distribution;
- gas production, transport and distribution;
- oil and oil products production, transport and distribution;
- water supply (drinking water, waste water/sewage, stemming of surface water (e.g. dikes and sluices));
- agriculture, food production and distribution;
- heating (e.g. natural gas, fuel oil, district heating);
- public health (hospitals, ambulances);
- transportation systems (fuel supply, railway network, airports, harbors, inland shipping);
- financial services (banking, clearing);
- security services (police, military).
...they all use web applications...some even protect human life as well as PII and credit cards :)
- Identify issues or "efforts" like the Browser Working Group and others, the group should invite Industry CIO/CISO's (perhaps as a "value" of corporate membership support) to want to publicly collaborate on a document of industry needs that can add value to having the support of OWASP Foundation for the greater good of secure software, a internet based global economic platform and humanitarian needs worldwide
- Enable the support required at the local level to accomplish the overall mission and goals of the association