Thursday, April 17, 2014

Open Source Showcase: Demo your Project at AppSec EU 2014!

OWASP is the foremost web application security non-profit organization in the world, with thousands of members globally, including some of the biggest names in the industry. The mission of OWASP is to make software security visible, so that individuals and organizations worldwide can make informed decisions about true software security risks. All OWASP materials are free and open under an open source software license.

The UK Cambridge chapter invites you to join top security architects, developers, technology thought leaders, and executives from Fortune 500 firms to the OWASP AppSec Europe global conference taking place in Cambridge, UK from June 23-26, 2014. This conference is an opportunity to hear about the latest research on a myriad of topics related to web security, as well as establish connections between developers, security experts, and business leaders who are all stakeholders in ensuring applications are as secure as possible.

As part of AppSec EU, the conference organizers are looking for projects to participate in the Open Source Showcase. The Open Source Showcase is a unique event module that allows project leaders and/or project contributors to showcase their work in a demo setting and gain exposure for their projects without the need to conduct a full talk session. The showcase allows a more personal view of the project between attendees.

The guidelines for submitting to the Open Source Showcase are simple: the Open Source Showcase is open to ANY project - not just OWASP projects. The only requirement for submission is that the project must be licensed under an approved Open Source License.
All open source projects are encouraged to apply to take part in the Open Source Showcase at AppSec EU 2014 in Cambridge, UK. The application form can be found here: Submission Form.

If you have additional questions, please contact the AppSec EU 2014 Planning Team (


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