Current FIRST SIGs

ACAN BoF: Academic and NREN

Academic and NREN (National Research and Education Network)

Botnet Mitigation and Remediation

To share experiences about botnet mitigation and remediation and to identify different approaches and best practices that can be implemented to address this problem.

CVSS SIG: Common Vulnerability Scoring System

For a global approach towards scoring metrics for vulnerabilities.

Malware Analysis

This SIG will advocate and promote the sharing of malware analysis tools and techniques to enable CSIRTs to combat and analyze malicious code.

Metrics SIG: CSIRT Metrics SIG

To improve CSIRT incident management practices within the FIRST community.

NM SIG: Network Monitoring

To advocate and develop collection and analysis of network sensor.

Vendors SIG: Internet Infrastructure Vendors

The goal of this SIG is to provide forum for Internet Infrastructure vendors.

VRDX SIG: Vulnerability Reporting and Data eXchange

Primarily chartered to research and recommend ways to identify and exchange vulnerability information across disparate vulnerability databases.

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FIRST is the global Forum for Incident Response and Security Teams

FIRST is the premier organization and recognized global leader in incident response. Membership in FIRST enables incident response teams to more effectively respond to security incidents reactive as well as proactive.

FIRST brings together a variety of computer security incident response teams from government, commercial, and educational organizations. FIRST aims to foster cooperation and coordination in incident prevention, to stimulate rapid reaction to incidents, and to promote information sharing among members and the community at large.

Apart from the trust network that FIRST forms in the global incident response community, FIRST also provides value added services. Some of these are:

Currently FIRST has more than 300 members, spread over Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe and Oceania.

What's new

  • Tue, 18 Aug 2015
  • Futuro conectado pode comprometer segurança na rede (20:02 +0100)

    Com a proliferação de objetos conectados à nuvem, de lâmpadas a automóveis, esperada para os próximos anos, especialistas de cibersegurança alertam para o aumento significativo de riscos à privacidade e segurança dos consumidores

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