[Owasp-royalholloway] [Owasp-london] Fwd: [ISG-Alumni] FW: 11th June David Lacey and Jim Manico in central london (BCS) 1830 -2030
tobias.gondrom at gondrom.org
Mon Jun 18 18:23:18 UTC 2012
thanks for the explanation.
As member of the OWASP Global Industry Committee, I'll look into our
liaison with ISC2.
But whether an individual OWASP chapter (e.g. UK/London) would want to
forward some ISC2 invitations, is in my view totally up to whether the
content matches our OWASP policies for cross posting (i.e. no promotions
and is relevant for OWASP members) and at the discretion of the chapter
I also hold a CSSLP, but never got any invitations to ISC2 chapter
events in London. (though some conference from time to time). And last
but not least, to my knowledge CSSLP does refer to OWASP Top-10 in the
On 12/06/12 01:08, Christian Heinrich wrote:
> The relationship dissolved in 2008 due to ISC2 presentation at OWASP
> AppSec Conference in New York during 2008 i.e.
> This relationship could be restored if OWASP allowed cross posting of
> the ISC2 London Chapter Meeting on the various OWASP UK Chapter
> Meetings Mailing List and vice versa.
> Jim could also presented at the ISC2 Chapter Event on the OWASP bodies
> of work which may be cited by CSSLP (I have no knowledge of the CSSLP
> courseware as I don't hold the CSSLP).
> On Wed, Jun 6, 2012 at 6:24 PM, Tobias Gondrom
> <tobias.gondrom at gondrom.org> wrote:
>> I can not see any concerns on "muscling in on ISC2 territory", speaking as
>> OWASP and ISC2 member, though of course I am not an ISC2 official. In my
>> view actually OWASP and ISC2 have worked well together in the past and in
>> fact complement each other very very nicely.
>> If you receive such kind of feedback from ISC2, please write to me in
>> private and I will try to check back with the people about their concerns,
>> acting in my roles as one of the London OWASP chapter board guys and part of
>> the OWASP GIC.
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