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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 European Virtual Event

OWASP 2022 Global AppSec European Virtual Event

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Join us virtually June 6-10, 2022, 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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Roadmap to version 5.0 of the OWASP ASVS project

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Josh Grossman, May 15, 2022

On behalf of the OWASP ASVS leadership team, we are excited to publicise the objectives and roadmap for the upcoming version 5.0 of the flagship OWASP Application Security Project. We are hoping to be able to release a final version by the end of the year but there is a lot to do and we need your help!

Our first milestone is the end of May by when we would like to have as much feedback as possible on the current standard so as to start planning how the next version will look.

You may wish to read through the full objectives and roadmap document (or keep reading this post), review the current “bleeding edge” version of the ASVS document, and check out our guide to contributing which also includes guidance of the process to go through to provide feedback.

Whilst following that guidance, you are then welcome to respond to existing issues or open a new issue if your topic has not previously been raised.

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