FIRST Members

Participants in FIRST are part of a network of computer security incident response and security teams that work together voluntarily to deal with computer security problems and their prevention.

There are two types of participants in FIRST:

  • Full Members represent organizations who assist an information technology community or other defined constituency in preventing and handling computer security-related incidents.
  • Liaison Members are individuals or representatives of organizations other than incident response or security teams that have a legitimate interest in and value to FIRST.

Becoming a Member

Read about the Membership Affiliation Process and start yours to become a FIRST Member.

» Becoming a Member


Membership Updates

Team Representatives and Liaisons may update their Team/Liaison information online through the Membership update forms.

» Membership Updates

Members Interaction

Know more about the ways FIRST Members may interact to each other. This content is available to FIRST Members only.

» Members Interaction

Member teams

View a complete list of FIRST Team Members with contact information.

Existing FIRST Members may preview the detailed contact and individual members at the Members view of the website.

» Member teams

Liaisons Members

View a complete list of FIRST Liaisons with contact information.

Existing FIRST Members may preview the detailed contact information at the Members view of the website.

» Liaisons Members


What's new in FIRST Members

  • Thu, 30 Jun 2016
  • 28th Annual FIRST Conference in Seoul (16:41 +0100)

    The Forum of Incident Response and Security Teams (FIRST), a recognized global leader in incident response has successfully finished its 28th Annual Conference, which takes place this June (12th – 18th) in Seoul, South Korea. Co-hosted by the MSIP (Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning), KISA (Korea Internet Security Agency) and KrCERT/CC, the conference was held at Conrad Seoul.