neilm at twitter.com
Thu Sep 12 04:42:57 UTC 2013
> 1. What type of people do we have on the list? Please do introduce yourself and also indicate if you are a Framework Developer, Security Professional, a Framework Leader or something else all together.
I'm Neil of the Twitter product security team. I have always focused
on hardening frameworks whether I was wearing a developer or security
profressional hat. I see great value in ensuring parity in terms of
security features across all frameworks and have ported many built-in
Rails features to our scala-based framework. My background is mostly
Ruby/Rails with some Spring during my java days.
On Wed, Sep 11, 2013 at 9:08 AM, Michael Coates
<michael.coates at owasp.org> wrote:
> Welcome to the OWASP Framework Security Project,
> We have our project page setup here:
> an example of the matrix we can build for framework controls is listed here:
> I've added some of the high level information on the project and our goals.
> We need to do a few things first:
> 1. What type of people do we have on the list? Please do introduce yourself
> and also indicate if you are a Framework Developer, Security Professional, a
> Framework Leader or something else all together.
> 2. We need to decide on the frameworks and controls we want to focus on
> first. This will be partially impacted by our initial resources and
> 3. We need to build the list of available security controls and which
> frameworks support what (starting with the framework we picked in step 2).
> Then we'll move into coordination with the framework teams and go from
> With that, welcome! Please introduce yourself to the list.
> Michael Coates | OWASP | @_mwc
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