[Owasp-leaders] [Global_conference_committee] 2012 Call for Global AppSec Conferences
sarah.baso at owasp.org
Thu Nov 15 23:05:55 UTC 2012
OWASP Leaders -
Just a friendly reminder that the deadline for conference proposals for the
Global AppSec Latam 2013 event is a couple of weeks away. Application
details are in the email below.
If you are interested in hosting, but unsure about the process or have
questions please don't hesitate to email me or the conferences committee.
We look forward to seeing your submissions soon!
sarah.baso at owasp.org
On Mon, Mar 7, 2011 at 2:21 PM, Mark Bristow <mark.bristow at owasp.org> wrote:
> Chapter Leaders,
> Global Conference Committee is pleased to announce it’s call for Global
> AppSec Conferences for the 2012 calendar year. Global AppSec conferences
> are the flagship of the OWASP outreach effort. They are international
> conferences that typically include multiple days of multi-track plenary
> sessions in addition to pre-conference training offerings. For more
> information about Global AppSec conferences, see the How to Host a
> conference page (http://www.owasp.org/index.php/How_to_Host_a_Conference).
> The Global Conferences Committee is currently soliciting proposals for
> three Global AppSec conferences in 2012. Conferences will be selected to
> facilitate one Global AppSec conference in each quarter of the year with
> conferences held in North America, South America, Europe and the Asia
> Pacific regions. The following schedule is the preferred quarters for each
> Global AppSec events, submissions in these times will be given highest
> - Global AppSec Asia Pacific - Q1 - February
> - Global AppSec EU - Already set to be in Athens, Greece
> - Global AppSec North America - Q3 - August
> - Global AppSec Latin America - Q4 - November
> Still reading? Great your interested! This year, the GCC is implementing
> a new process to apply for ALL OWASP events you can get more information on
> this process at
> http://www.owasp.org/index.php/Owasp_Conference_Management_System. The
> new process is pretty straight forward, the key element is to ensure you
> select “Global AppSec Conference” as your event type.
> Putting on a Global AppSec conference is a really rewarding experience.
> These are the flagships of the OWASP outreach effort and can be a lot of
> fun. While the GCC does exercise a bit more oversight over these events,
> we do our best to let you run with your own ideas so you can really make
> your mark. Some things to consider before sending in an application:
> - First, review the How to Host a conference page (
> http://www.owasp.org/index.php/How_to_Host_a_Conference). This page
> hosts a variety of information about planning an OWASP event, as well as
> various requirements and policies that have been put in place by the
> foundation to govern Global AppSec Conferences.
> - Gather a small team together who are interested in working the
> event. Trust us, you can’t do it all yourself.
> - Work with your local planning team to acquire some basic information
> (location, tentative dates, possible venues, costs, theme, etc) about your
> - Prepare a rough budget plan plan using the OWASP Budget Planning
> Tool (http://www.owasp.org/index.php/Conference_Budget_Planning_Tool).
> We understand that you may not have quotes and good estimates for all of
> the budget items but please put forward the best information you have.
> - Some events have chosen to put together a short presentation
> describing the organizing committee, previous conference experience,
> existing local supporting organizations, local attractions, access to
> transportation, local culture and more. In general, these are presentations
> to 'pitch' your city to the committee. Examples of successful presentations
> http://bit.ly/i9rgA1 and http://bit.ly/gsA2wI.
> - Submit your application at https://ocms.owasptools.org.
> We really appreciate every proposal we receive. Just by applying for a
> conference, you are demonstrating your commitment to OWASP by offering to
> host one of it’s best public outreach initiatives. Please keep in mind
> that there are many factors that go into selecting Global AppSec Conference
> locations and not every proposal will be approved. We also realize that
> this could be very early in your planning process, and therefore
> challenging for you to provide detailed information, just provide the best
> available information.
> The conferences committee has been working hard to improve conference
> planner support. We have a number of initiatives either deployed or in the
> works to help you. I’m not going to list them all here, but one important
> new item is that the GCC will provide a GCC member liaison with Global
> AppSec experience to help you with the planning. This Liaison will also be
> available on-site during the event to help.
> We hope that this will help provide the resources and support that event
> planners have been asking for and look forward to a exciting OWASP calendar
> in 2012. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact the Global
> Conferences Committee (global_conference_committee at lists.owasp.org) or
> Mark Bristow (mark.bristow at owasp.org) the Conferences Committee Chair.
> We look forward to your proposals.
> The OWASP Global Conferences Committee
> Mark Bristow
> (703) 596-5175
> mark.bristow at owasp.org
> OWASP Global Conferences Committee Chair - http://is.gd/5MTvF
> OWASP DC Chapter Co-Chair - http://is.gd/5MTwu
> AppSec DC Organizer - https://www.appsecdc.org
> Global_conference_committee mailing list
> Global_conference_committee at lists.owasp.org
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