[Global_industry_committee] CISO Survey @ AppSecEU
tomb at owasp.org
Fri Jun 10 04:51:40 EDT 2011
The published book of OWASP Top 10 (copies available at the information booth here at AppSec EU) would be a good example of a end result that OWASP is interested in as a published document project without any sort of contractual terms associated with corporate supporter membership.
On Jun 10, 2011, at 2:01 AM, Rex Booth wrote:
> Thanks for asking for clarification.
> Nobody will have exclusive rights to the results. As with everything in OWASP, everything will be open.
> The only "exclusivity" being discussed is the co-branding of the final report. My firm has volunteered to take responsibility for the survey execution, analysis and production (although we will certainly welcome assistance from others within OWASP). Because we're doing the heavy lifting, we want to co-brand the survey with our logo. This is the same kind of agreement that we have with numerous other non-profits for whom we perform such surveys and is similar to Aspect's co-branding of some ESAPI products.
> The results and report will be open and free, as always.
> On 6/9/2011 8:22 PM, Jason Li wrote:
>> Hey guys,
>> I know that the GIC has been planning to gather feedback about a CISO survey at AppSecEU.
>> I've heard some buzz at the conference that the company sponsoring the survey is going to have exclusive rights to results?! I'd be extremely concerned about a survey executed by OWASP where we don't retain the rights of distribution. It goes against the open principles of OWASP and has borderline potential for brand abuse.
>> I know this kind of buzz typically get blown out of proportion when word travels through the grapevine, so I wanted to get the full scoop directly from you guys.
>> What's the real story?
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