Standard definitions taken from the IETF approach [RFC2119]
This word, or the terms "REQUIRED" or "SHALL", mean that the definition is an absolute requirement of the specification.
This word, or the adjective "RECOMMENDED", mean that there may exist valid reasons in particular circumstances to ignore a particular item, but the full implications must be understood and carefully weighed before choosing a different course.
The basic set of information consists of three parts, one mandatory and one optional part are related to the liaison himself, the other mandatory part is related to the task of FIRST.
1. Liaison Name
2. Contact Information
Regular telephone number (country code, telephone number, timezone relative to GMT):
Emergency telephone number (country code, telephone number, timezone relative to GMT):
Facsimile number (country code, telefax number):
Other telecommunication facilities:
Invoice address (mandatory):
Email address to be included in the FIRST mailing lists:
- Email Address:
Track record of working relationships with other teams:
Reason for applying for FIRST liaison membership:
4. Information handling policy
What process will be put in place to protect confidential information obtained from FIRST
Policy on use of cryptography to shield exclusivity&integrity in archives and/or in datacommunication, especially e-mail.
PGP must be used to encrypt E-mail where content need to be protected. Please provide:
PGP key of liaison member:
6. Business Hours
Description of business hours:
7. Technical Expertise
8. Information Server
Actual classification ("applying" / "confirmed" / "pending" / "terminated"):
Date of first classification:
Date of last classification change:
Previous classification ("applying" / "confirmed" / "pending"):
2. Status Updates
Date of last verification:
Method of last verification:
3. Open Issues