[Owasp-leaders] Representing OWASP as a adviser to the South African Justice Department
Kevin W. Wall
kevin.w.wall at gmail.com
Thu Jan 14 03:24:39 UTC 2016
This might be one good place to start looking:
It gives a broad overview, but it's essential that those who govern understand
the basic issues before they try to solve a problem that they don't really
On Wed, Jan 13, 2016 at 6:32 AM, Andrew van der Stock
<vanderaj at owasp.org> wrote:
> Christo - please put together something formal that is not particularly
> politically charged* in South Africa, and I think the Board would be happy
> to vote on making your submission official on our letterhead once we have
> had a chance to review your submission.
> Do you need help with social media awareness?
> Come on folks - this is the sort of positive, neutral advocacy we should be
> getting in to - being a trusted adviser without drama is what we do in our
> day jobs. We're good at this. Please look this over, and help Christo and
> our South African OWASP members with advice and help drafting a response.
> * OWASP has to be careful about appearing as partisan political advocacy, as
> we're prohibited from doing so in the USA, and I'm more than happy for being
> non-partisan to extend to all countries. We can and should advocate for
> technical positions without being partisan.
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