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  • Thu, 17 Dec 2009
  • CFP Reminder! (19:16 +0100)

    We are fast approaching the submission deadline for FIRST2010, "Past the Faded Perimeter: Threat & Incident Response." The deadline for submissions is Friday, January 15th. To submit your presentation for review, please go to https://reg.first.org/papers/Presenter.

  • Please join us in welcoming new teams and thanking their sponsors (19:16 +0100)

    Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce - Computer Incident Response Team (CIBC CIRT), Canada sponsored by RBC FG CSIRT and BMO ISIRT; Sistema Nacional de Gestión de Incidentes Telemáticos (Computer Incident Management National System - VenCERT), Venezuela sponsored by ArCERT and CCN-CERT ; and Lithuanian National Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-LT), Lithuania sponsored by LITNET CERT and CERT-FI.

  • Fri, 20 Nov 2009
  • Please join us in welcoming the new team from Raiffeisen Informatik CERT (R-IT CERT), Austria! (19:17 +0100)

    Please join us in welcoming the new team from Raiffeisen Informatik CERT (R-IT CERT), Austria! Special thanks to their sponsors SWITCH-CERT and CERT.at. If you’d like to help sponsor a team for membership, please contact the FIRST Secretariat for details at first-sec@first.org!

  • Thu, 19 Nov 2009
  • December TC Program Updated (19:08 +0100)

    The program for the FIRST TC in Kuala Lumpur on December 1 & 2 has been updated! Please see details at http://www.first.org/events/colloquia/dec2009/program/ Register today!

  • Mon, 02 Nov 2009
  • Call for Speakers Open! (18:41 +0100)

    Program Chair Andrew Cushman has announced the Call for Speakers for the 2010 FIRST Conference in Miami is now open. For more details and important dates please see http://conference.first.org/

  • Mon, 19 Oct 2009
  • Hitachi Joins 2010 Sponsorship Team! (14:41 +0100)

    FIRST would like to thank Hitachi for supporting the annual conference. Hitachi has been a sponsor since 2005.

  • Mon, 28 Sep 2009
  • New Member Update! Please join us in welcoming the following new members to FIRST (17:26 +0100)

    Effective October 1st: · KIT-CERT (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology Computer Emergency Response Team), Germany · ECS-CSIRT (Electronic Communications Security, National Intelligence Agency, Government of South Africa) . HR-CERT (Croatian National CERT) · IT-ISAC (Information Technology Information Sharing and Analysis Center), USA FIRST thanks the sponsors for their efforts and look forward to the active participation of the new members!

  • Tue, 25 Aug 2009
  • VeriSign signs on as a Gold sponsor for the 2010 conference! (21:28 +0100)

    FIRST would like to thank VeriSign for supporting the 2010 Conference! VeriSign joins the sponsorship team at the Gold level. There are still sponsorship opportunities available, please visit the conference website for more information.

  • Thu, 30 Jul 2009
  • 21st Annual FIRST Conference: Presentation papers & slides available for FIRST Members' Download (20:27 +0100)

    FIRST Members might now access what was shown at Kyoto conference, under the theme "Aftermath: Crafts and Lessons of Incident Recovery".

  • Fri, 03 Jul 2009
  • Chinese Security Company Shares Huge Malware Database (20:54 +0100)

    A Chinese company that has created a massive database of malware found on Chinese Web sites opened up the information to other security organizations on Thursday.

  • Global IT Failure Could Cost More than Kobe Quake, FIRST Experts Warned (20:30 +0100)

    Sabotage or failure on just one computer system could bring down the world information network in a disaster inflicting more damage than the Kobe earthquake, security experts learned today at their annual conference. They also heard how vulnerable the IT infrastructure is - and how thwarted attacks on the Beijing Olympics showed the determination of cyber criminals.

  • Tue, 30 Jun 2009
  • INTERPOL and FIRST join Hands to Fight Cyber Crime (20:19 +0100)

    A law enforcement loophole through which cyber criminals have been escaping started to close today as international police and the world's leading forum of online security experts forged a new alliance.

  • Executive games could help stem cybercrime, FIRST experts told (01:27 +0100)

    Update from FIRST Annual Conference Kyoto - Dr Suguru Yamaguchi, member and adviser on information security at the Japanese Cabinet Office National Information Security Centre, gave the opening keynote address. For complete press release see http://www.first.org/newsroom/releases/20090630.html.

  • Mon, 29 Jun 2009
  • 2009 Best Practices Contest Winners Announced! (23:56 +0100)

    Congratulations to Thomas Grenman, CERT-FI and Michael Scheck, Cisco CSIRT. For winning submissions please see http://www.first.org/global/practices/

  • Mon, 08 Jun 2009
  • Episode 6 with Slawomir "Slawek" Ligier of VeriSign! (20:07 +0100)

    Slawomir "Slawek" Ligier is VP of Identity and Authentication Services Engineering at VeriSign. Slawek oversees an effort to develop multiple layers of internet security, including Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) Certificates, Second Factor Authentication, and Fraud Detection Service. Slawek is presenting "On-Line Fraud Prevention and Detection-Multiple Layers of Security" on Monday, June 29th at 16:00.

  • Fri, 05 Jun 2009
  • FIRST Delivers New Stepping Stones for Continuing Professional Education (14:40 +0100)

    Delegates attending conferences of FIRST, the Forum of Internet Response and Security Teams, will now earn hours to help them qualify for major certificates in their Continuing Professional Education programs.

  • Tue, 26 May 2009
  • Hurry and Book Your Hotel Reservations for Kyoto! (11:45 +0100)

    If you haven't already, please be sure to book your hotel reservations. Discounted rates expire June 1st! Visit: http://conference.first.org/about/hotel.aspx.

  • Episode 5 with IBM's Jeff Crume is Now Available! (11:30 +0100)

    Jeff Crume is an Executive IT Security Architect for IBM Tivoli Compliance Solutions with over 25 years experience in the IT industry. He is also the author of "Inside Internet Security: What Hackers Don't Want You To Know" and will be presenting "What Hackers Don't Want You To Know" at the 2009 conference.

  • Mon, 18 May 2009
  • Podcast Episode 4 is Now Available for Download! (15:25 +0100)

    Episode 4 is a short interview with your FIRST conference coordinator Traci Wei. Traci talks briefly about how attendees can earn their CPEs by attending the conference.

  • Mon, 04 May 2009
  • Episode 3 is Now Available for Download Now! (12:45 +0100)

    Featuring Gib Sorebo - Chief Security Engineer and Assistant VP for Technology for SAIC. Gib assists government and private sector organizations in complying with legal and regulatory requirements related to information security and privacy. He will present "The Next Generation of Incident Response" on the program in Kyoto http://conference.first.org/program/program.aspx.

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