[Owasp-board] Additional Conference policies
Tom Brennan - proactiveRISK
tomb at proactiverisk.com
Wed May 14 22:14:14 UTC 2014
I think your looking at it wrong.
The context is more about supporters who market the event as a "come see XYZ vendor at the event use code #xyz for discount off admission or to get a free shirt/gift at the booth etc.. This is not a member PII item rather a clarification on a policy for conference : training events that should not even be a board list ask for yes/no.. The leaders list or a blog post with a request for comment is likely more appropriate. As a conference you new to offer those bi-directional opportunities to promote the event and the supporter IMHO.
I support sponsor promotional codes and did so at OWASP AppSecUSA2013/LASCON/Nova/<insert> event these are OWASP events.
What was a violation was vendors standing/guarding the doors to the conference rooms scanning people as they entered the room. Had to tell A sponsor to STOP that aggressive sales/marketing practice as it was a violation of my personal privacy as a individual + as a Owasp event was not authorized.
So perhaps that sheds some color to that..
Photography, videos etc at the event should be on the receipt as the event wants to promote the event before, during and after. The privacy issue is rather simple if you don't want to be on camera decline the opportunity.
The speakers, the staff, the projects NEED visibility inline with the mission so all promotional activities are welcomed to promote software security.
So yes to the second item too.
> On May 14, 2014, at 5:10 PM, Jim Manico <jim.manico at owasp.org> wrote:
> +1 Josh
> We need to maintain a good balance between gratitude towards vendors who fund OWASP and our hard working members who demand privacy by default when possible. But don't take our word for it, poll the membership and see what they say.
> I'm of the opinion that we need to grow the quality of our open source documents, wiki and projects way more than we need to grow finances. But again, hit leaders with this questions, the board does not need to be (and should not be) the final word here.
> My 2 cents,
> Jim Manico
> (808) 652-3805
>> On May 14, 2014, at 1:57 PM, Josh Sokol <josh.sokol at owasp.org> wrote:
>> I strongly dislike the discount codes policy. It's never been like this before and, in fact, our policy has been that under no circumstances will we sell or give attendee information to vendors. If vendors are giving out discount codes, then chances are that they have the attendee information already so I'm not sure what the value is in this. If they're just throwing the code out there to use, then I'd want a disclaimer on each and every ticket purchased with the code saying that by using it your info is being provided to the vendor. That doesn't really seem feasible, though, so my gut says we shouldn't be doing this.
>>> On Wed, May 14, 2014 at 3:34 PM, Sarah Baso <sarah.baso at owasp.org> wrote:
>>> Board -
>>> The AppSec USA 2014 team and I have been working on a couple of additional policies for their conference, that would be applicable to ALL conference (IMHO) : https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Governance/Conference_Policies
>>> Please let me know within the next week if you have any issues with updating the global conference policies to include these.
>>> Discount Codes
>>> Opt-In Notice: OWASP events would not be possible without the help of our sponsors who are also provided the opportunity to offset the cost for attendees as well. Per OWASP agreement with event sponsors, your registration information is provided to the sponsor associated with the code used. If you do not wish to share your registration information with the associated sponsor, please do not use the code.
>>> OWASP events are open to the public, and OWASP does not restrict attendees (including OWASP staff, volunteers, sponsors, and media) from taking photos or videos at our events. By attending out events, you acknowledge that you are in a public space and that attendees (including OWASP staff, volunteers, sponsors, and media) may capture your image in photos and videos. Nevertheless, OWASP encourages event attendees to exercise common sense and good judgment, and respect the wishes of other attendees who do not wish to be photographed at the Events.
>>> OWASP reserves the right to use images taken at the conference with your photograph and/or likeness in future marketing materials.
>>> Executive Director
>>> OWASP Foundation
>>> sarah.baso at owasp.org
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