FIRST would like to gratefully acknowledge the following organizations and individuals for their support!
The Latin American and Caribbean Internet Addresses Registry is an international, non-governmental organization established in Uruguay in 2002. It is responsible for assigning and managing Internet number resources (IPv4, IPv6), Autonomous System Numbers, and Reverse Resolution for the region.
LACNIC contributes to regional Internet development through an active cooperation policy. It promotes and defends the interests of the regional community and helps create conditions for the Internet to function as an effective instrument for social inclusion and economic development in Latin American and the Caribbean.
LACNOG participates in many events and forums in the region, concentrating a large number of working groups made up of people dedicated to different topics that arise thanks to proposals from the operator community.
The organization gathers an important number of operators once a year in a large international event, in order to strengthen links between companies and make updates on issues of standards, technologies and good practices of network operation.
CERT.br is the Brazilian National Computer Emergency Response Team, maintained by NIC.br -- the executive branch of the Brazilian Internet Steering Committee.
CERT.br is responsible for handling computer security incident reports and activity related to networks connected to the Brazilian Internet.
Since 2005, our mission has been to save and improve human lives by working with public and private sector analyst teams, enabling them to track and take down threat actors, criminals, terrorists and human traffickers around the globe. We deliver comprehensive visibility into global cyber threat activity and are a key source of intelligence for many cyber security and threat intelligence vendors. Our Community Services division provides no-cost threat detection and intelligence to network operators, hosting providers and more than 130 CSIRT teams across 86+ countries.