bill at pointweb.net
Tue Aug 25 14:57:43 UTC 2015
Jim, I have a co-worker at a project at Alliance Data who is starting up a
threat modeling practice there, and he really knows his stuff. I'm having
him sign up, and use the talk page to collaborate with anyone else who
wants to help. After we get him hooked, maybe we can suck him into a couple
of other pages.
I recommend others do this too - find people on your projects who you can
drag kicking and screaming <ctrl-BS> <ctrl-BS> <ctrl-BS> <ctrl-BS> gently
bring into the OWASP fold with a nice straightforward Cheat Sheet project.
On Mon, Aug 24, 2015 at 10:18 PM, Jim Manico <jim.manico at owasp.org> wrote:
> Hello Leaders,
> The following OWASP cheat sheet are still in draft form and need final
> editing. I'd love to get these done and drop the "Draft" section from the
> project by the end of this year.
> Is anyone interested in "own" a topic and drive it to completion? I'll
> *Draft Cheat Sheets*
> - Access Control Cheat Sheet
> - Application Security Architecture Cheat Sheet
> - Business Logic Security Cheat Sheet
> - PHP Security Cheat Sheet
> - Secure Coding Cheat Sheet
> - Secure SDLC Cheat Sheet
> - Threat Modeling Cheat Sheet
> - Web Application Security Testing Cheat Sheet
> - Grails Secure Code Review Cheat Sheet
> - IOS Application Security Testing Cheat Sheet
> - Key Management Cheat Sheet
> - Insecure Direct Object Reference Prevention Cheat Sheet
> - Content Security Policy Cheat Sheet
> Jim Manico
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