InfoSec Article 5 - Collective Defence Agreement
In the same way that countries use NATO Collective defence - Article 5 to:
create a unique and enduring principle that binds its members together, committing them to protect each other and setting a spirit of solidarity within the Alliance (http://www.nato.int/cps/cn/natohq/topics_110496.htm)
companies should share information, knowledge, and resources so that malicious activities are easily detected and mitigated.
The framework created at the Working Session will promote collaboration between companies and create a shared mission to protect customer data and company assets.
This Working Session aims to discuss and agree a first draft of ‘AppSec Article 5’.
- Quickly review current similar efforts and learn from what worked and what didn’t work (i.e. no need to re-invent the wheel)
- Create a first definition of AppSec Article 5 (with rules of engagement)
- Create a first list of companies that will sign the first version
- Create one page document with the statement supported by FAQ
- Commitment to go to the boards for commitment
- Signed letter of intent (CISO’s and Heads of)
The target audience for this Working Session is:
Here are the current ‘work in progress’ materials for this session (please add as much information as possible before the sessions)
- The draft version of ‘InfoSec Article 5’, a framework document to promote collaboration between companies and to create a shared mission to protect customer data and company assets
List of companies that will sign the first version
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