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Project Spotlight: OWASP Top 10

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We are back again with yet another OWASP Spotlight series and this time we have a project which needs no introduction and I got the chance to interact with Andrew van der Stock, OWASP Foundation Executive Director and the project leader for OWASP Top 10.

The OWASP Top 10 is a book/referential document outlining the 10 most critical security concerns for web application security. The report is put together by a team of security experts from all over the world and the data comes from a number of organisations and is then analysed.

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OWASP 2022 Global AppSec APAC Virtual Event

OWASP 2022 Global AppSec APAC Virtual Event

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Join us virtually August 29 - September 1, for leading application security technologies, speakers, prospects, and community, in a unique event that will build on everything you already know to expect from an OWASP Global Conference.

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Introducing new "Production" project maturity level

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Björn Kimminich, October 3, 2022

In order to distinguish projects more clearly over their lifecycle, OWASP has introduced a new Production maturity level. It offers a natural and final step for all projects of sufficient maturity and activity after Lab status, and allows to treat Flagship finally as the strategic bonus level it was always meant to be. Along with the new level, a clear guidance on progression requirements and the promotion process have been documented by the Project Committee.

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