• The Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) is a nonprofit foundation that works to improve the security of software. Through community-led open source software projects, hundreds of local chapters worldwide, tens of thousands of members, and leading educational and training conferences, the OWASP Foundation is the source for developers and technologists to secure the web.

  • Providing technical leadership for telecommunications industry and serving its members through excellence in professional development, standards, certification, and information.
  • The San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce is the hub for connections and collaboration for the business community, and fights for its members and all the region’s businesses by supporting pro-business policies and candidates.

  • The Streaming Video Alliance is a group of companies spanning the streaming video value chain. These companies are dedicated to solving the critical challenges facing online video to improve consumer adoption. Like other industry forums, the Alliance has established Working Groups targeting key problems. Whether it’s Open Caching or Quality of Experience (QoE), the Alliance’s member companies come together in quarterly face-to-face meetings and regular phone calls to produce documentation.
  • Founded in 1994, Tech San Diego is the unifying voice for the region’s diverse and dynamic technology community. We connect professionals across the technology landscape in industry, education, and government, to join together in making San Diego a world-class center of innovation, technology, and quality of life.

  • The Ultra HD Forum is an open forum composed of a broad range of participants from the movie and television ecosystem, including content creators, content distributors, consumer electronics manufacturers, professional equipment manufacturers and technology companies. By virtue of its diverse membership, the Ultra HD Forum will advocate an industry consensus around common technical standards.