[Owasp-leaders] EU Cybersecurity plan to protect open internet and online freedom and opportunity
tobias.gondrom at owasp.org
Sat Feb 9 13:04:42 UTC 2013
Actually even before liability, I would already be pretty happy if there
was a law or reliable regulation for mandatory disclosure of all
security incidents (within 30-90 days). Including all, private and
public sector, and no matter how small, (and to be released to the public?).
Just my 5cents,
On 09/02/13 20:59, Ludovic Petit wrote:
> yes of course. I'm on travel so please excuse delay in my response.
> Will take time to give you guys a feedback, I hope either in a couple
> of hours ir tomorrow.
> Btw, the Regulator (will) rules anyway, it's not a matter of thinking
> if the Developper, as a person, is really the weak point in the chain,
> but law enforcement tend to reinforce data privacy security instead.
> They (regulation entities) really wish to put coding/develppers and
> software makers and data privacy on the table, to stop/mitigate data
> privacy leakage and hacking... by punishing firms via a huge legal
> arsenal focusing on liability and the Business ($$$$$, ££££,
> Trust me, Regulators don't laugh anymore, really not! They want to
> make examples, BIG examples.
> Talk to you soon, stay tuned.
> Le 9 févr. 2013 12:12, "Dinis Cruz" <dinis.cruz at owasp.org
> <mailto:dinis.cruz at owasp.org>> a écrit :
> And Ludovic what was the outcome of that debate?
> Can you blog about what was discussed and agreed on?
> We want to learn from your chapter's knowledge
> Dinis Cruz
> On 9 Feb 2013, at 09:32, Ludovic Petit <ludovic.petit at owasp.org
> <mailto:ludovic.petit at owasp.org>> wrote:
> > Ludovic
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