[Owasp-board] BrightTalk - OWASP partnership

Michael Coates michael.coates at owasp.org
Mon Apr 29 21:55:55 UTC 2013


Sorry for the delay, I was moving over the weekend. (Takes forever each
time - still in SF of course).

High level questions:
1. I think it's good to have our content in a single easy to view place. It
will help spread awareness and the material
2. What other options do we have? BrightTalk may be a good choice, but what
are the competitors? Why choose brightTalk over others?
3. In my opinion, registration (even if free) in order to view the content
would drive down participation and be contrary to our goals. I'd push back
on this for whoever we choose.



Specific for BrightTalk (Seba already asked this)
"All we would require in exchange would be to promote webinars to your
database."
I'm against providing email addresses or spamming mailing lists. This would
be a no-go in my book. I'll await the additional explanation from the rep.

By participating in BrightTALK summits, we would schedule OWASP content
from your BrightTALK channel and include OWASP branding on our event page
and emails. This will allow you to gain awareness and spread the OWASP
message while increasing your subscriber base. *All we would require in
exchange would be to promote webinars to your database.* Using this method,
some of our most successful partners have grown their channel to over 8,000
subscribers.


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Michael Coates | OWASP | @_mwc
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