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*'''Primary goals''':
 
*'''Primary goals''':
#Aware people about EA security vulnerabilities by making an annual (later quarterly) statistics of enterprise application security vulnerabilities,
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#Aware people about EA security vulnerabilities by releasing annual (later, quarterly) statistics of enterprise application security vulnerabilities,
#Help companies to begin assessment EA by creating a guideline for security assessing EA,  
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#Help companies to begin EA assessment by creating a guideline for assessing EA security,  
#Create a top 10 vulnerabilities or similar report for EA,
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#Create a report of top 10 vulnerabilities or a similar report for EA,
#Publish a free tools for EA assessment,
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#Publish a free tools for EA assessment.
  
 
*'''Project Roadmap''' (as mentioned above):
 
*'''Project Roadmap''' (as mentioned above):
#Creation of a starting page with high level overview,
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#Create a dashboard with high level overview,
#Creation of a starting page about security assessment,
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#Create a dashboard about security assessment,
#Creation links to other guidelines,
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#Create links to other guidelines,
#Publish a annual statistic’s report for 2009,
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#Publish statistical reports annually,
#Creation OWASP EAS Top 10 vulnerabilities page,  
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#Create OWASP EAS Top 10 vulnerabilities page,  
#Finishing our first tool for security assessment.
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#Finish our first security assessment tool.

Latest revision as of 11:37, 26 December 2012

  • Primary goals:
  1. Aware people about EA security vulnerabilities by releasing annual (later, quarterly) statistics of enterprise application security vulnerabilities,
  2. Help companies to begin EA assessment by creating a guideline for assessing EA security,
  3. Create a report of top 10 vulnerabilities or a similar report for EA,
  4. Publish a free tools for EA assessment.
  • Project Roadmap (as mentioned above):
  1. Create a dashboard with high level overview,
  2. Create a dashboard about security assessment,
  3. Create links to other guidelines,
  4. Publish statistical reports annually,
  5. Create OWASP EAS Top 10 vulnerabilities page,
  6. Finish our first security assessment tool.