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# Generate OWASP assessment items (can use the testing guide and other sources) / Q2 2009
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# Develop an assessment portal to deliver taking of assessments with robust reporting by knowledge area / Q3 2009
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# Develop an assessment portal to deliver taking of assessments with robust reporting by knowledge area / Q4 2009
 
# Develop a training portal to allow training providers to publish and promote their training offerings / Q4 2009
 
# Develop a training portal to allow training providers to publish and promote their training offerings / Q4 2009
 
This can be developed as a summer of code project but is not a requirement.  
 
This can be developed as a summer of code project but is not a requirement.  
  
 
Benefits:
 
Benefits:
Assessments that can be offered in OWASP events and other conferences to users will increase OWASP
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Assessments that can be offered in OWASP events and other conferences to users will increase OWASP awareness. The portal can become the link between trainers and trainees and will eventually help in increasing the awareness and knowledge of application security in the industry.
  
 
== OWASP Boot Camp Project ==
 
== OWASP Boot Camp Project ==

Revision as of 15:43, 28 January 2009


About the Global Education Committee

The Global Education Committee was created during the OWASP EU Summit in Portugal 2008. The primary purpose of the Global Education Committee is: to work with the OWASP Education Project to provide educational materials for both internal and external users, develop liaisons with educational institutions worldwide.

Mission

Provide awareness, training and educational services to corporate, government and educational institutions on application security.

Vision

Make OWASP educational material globally available as a well known resource in easily consumable form mapped to a framework tied specifically to user roles and responsibilities

Committee Members

Education Committee (Board Member Rep: Seba)

Martin Knobloch (Netherlands)

Mano Paul (U.S.)

Eduardo Neves (Brazil)

Kuai Hinjosa (U.S.)

Cecil Su (Singapore)

Fabio Cerullo (Ireland)

Andrzej Targosz (Poland)

How to join this committee

Join our mailing list

Scheduled Meetings

The Global Education Committee Meetings take place via Skype, see below for the local time: 
         3:30 p.m. @ Austin, Texas 
         4:30 p.m. @ New York 
         7:30 p.m. @ Brasil 
        22:30 a.m. @ Netherlands
         5:30 a.m. @ Singapore (following day)

Next meeting(s) scheduled for:

  • February 29th 2009

Agenda / Timeline (DRAFT)

Tasks

60 days to make a proposal

  • December 20th - first draft of the proposal
  • January 16th - submit


Targets (DRAFT)

Below you can find the timeline, what has to be achieved by when. All tasks must be SMART!

Task Deadline Type Status Description Who
Categorize (Organization) of educational materials TBD Message Status Categorize / Organization of the educational materials for audiance by roles and responsibilities/technologies and use the summit workshop notes. Martin
Train the trainers (Teach the teachers) TBD Delivery Status Create a training toolkit with pre-built presentation and training materials, assessments etc. Mano
Create an online training and assessment portal TBD Delivery Status Description Mano
OWASP Boot Camp Project Proposal: February 2009 Final: Oktober 2009 at OWASP AppSec US 2009 Delivery started OWASP Boot Camp about the OWASP projects, to deliver a Boot Camp presentation should be one of the criteria to get an alpha status as project Martin
OWASP CTF event OWASP AppSec Denver 2009 Delivery Status Description Martin
Speakers Bureau Project TBD Delivery started List of speakers, Name, Bio, Topics, History

Speakers in conferences (OOTM ask for funds on this)/summit

Martin
Marketing efforts TBD (discussion with other members) Awareness Services Status Flyers or Brochures of OWASP Top 10, Testing Guide. Eduardo
Internationalization of the training materials TBD (discussion with Juan) Awareness Services Status Liaise with Juan Calderon for translation services for highly spoken languages Eduardo
Education material TBD Training & Educational Services Status All projects should be summoned to create educational material (training service)

1) Each Projects --> Documents (help), Tool, Training; Live CD (Portable)

Martin
Educational Services TBD Training & Educational Services

3 Universities already in contact with and planning OWASP events to participate in.

Incorporate OWASP into the following top 5 Universities, within the next 12 months by introducing OWASP training and education resources at University's events.

1) New York University 2) Cornell University 3) Princeton University 4) University of Minnesota 5) Columbia University

As a result of these initiative we would hope to see:

1) Confirming participation at arranged events 2) Asking Universities to recognize they are using our resources by allowing us to place their names in wiki pages such as http://www.owasp.org/index.php/OWASP_Top_Ten_Project 3) University faculty, staff and students participate in local and international events/meetings 4) University faculty, staff and students contribute to OWASP projects

Kuai Hinojosa

Proposal (DRAFT)

Categorize (Organization) of educational materials

Categorize / Organization of the educational materials for audiance by roles and responsibilities/technologies and use the summit workshop notes.

Train the trainers (Teach the teachers)

Objective: Develop a train the trainer program that will train trainers to deliver training on OWASP related material.

Activities/Deadline:

  1. Develop a criteria to identify and approve trainers / Q1 2009
  2. Identify pertinent OWASP related material that will be included in the training kit / Q2 2009. This is dependent on the education project organizing material.
  3. Create a training toolkit with pre-built presentation and training materials, assessments etc. / Q3 2009
  4. Conduct train the trainer sessions (remote or in-person) / Q4 2009

Benefits: The training kit and trained trainers will be available resources promoting OWASP in local events worldwide.

Create an online assessment and training portal

Objective: Develop an OWASP assessment and training portal that end users can use to gauge their knowledge on OWASP concepts and training providers can use to promote their training offerings.

Activities/Deadline:

  1. Generate OWASP assessment items (can use the testing guide and other sources) / Q2-Q3 2009
  2. Develop an assessment portal to deliver taking of assessments with robust reporting by knowledge area / Q4 2009
  3. Develop a training portal to allow training providers to publish and promote their training offerings / Q4 2009

This can be developed as a summer of code project but is not a requirement.

Benefits: Assessments that can be offered in OWASP events and other conferences to users will increase OWASP awareness. The portal can become the link between trainers and trainees and will eventually help in increasing the awareness and knowledge of application security in the industry.

OWASP Boot Camp Project

OWASP Boot Camp about the OWASP projects, to deliver a Boot Camp presentation should be one of the criteria to get an alpha status as project

OWASP CTF event

Speakers Bureau Project

List of speakers, Name, Bio, Topics, History Speakers in conferences (OOTM ask for funds on this)/summit

Marketing efforts

Internationalization of the training materials

Education material

yers or Brochures of OWASP Top 10, Testing Guide.

Educational Services

Contact university - build a university list Incorporate OWASP into the following top 5 Universities, within the next 12 months by introducing OWASP training and education resources at University's events. 1) New York University 2) Cornell University 3) Princeton University 4) University of Minnesota 5) Columbia University

As a result of these initiative we would hope to see:

1) Confirming participation at arranged events 2) Asking Universities to recognize they are using our resources by allowing us to place their names in wiki pages such as http://www.owasp.org/index.php/OWASP_Top_Ten_Project 3) University faculty, staff and students participate in local and international events/meetings 4) University faculty, staff and students contribute to OWASP projects