The final report of the 2015 Best Practices Forum on CSIRT has been published
The final report of the 2015 Best Practices Forum on CSIRT, organized within the Internet Governance Forum, has been published
The final report of the 2015 Best Practices Forum on CSIRT, organized within the Internet Governance Forum, has been published:
FIRST encourages its members and readers to share this report, and in particular its recommendations on page 26-27 with other CSIRT, your constituency, government and civil society stakeholders when you believe it may be helpful in discussing your work with them.
For next year, the BPF organizers will be working with the IGF to determine whether this effort should be continued, and if so, whether as a continued BPF, or as a Dynamic Coalition (both are described in the section with recommendations for next year).
Significant thanks go out to all from the FIRST community who participated in this process, in particular to the following: Andrew Cormack, Serge Droz, Belisario Contreras, Robin Ruefle and Damir Rajnovic, and those who contributed to the threads or meetings whom may not be listed.
A big thanks in particular go to Serge Droz and Eunju Pak for providing interesting case studies for the document, and to Cristine Hoepers, Adli Wahid, Maarten Van Horenbeeck, Jean-Robert Hountomey and Yurie Ito, who were the lead experts on the project.
On the sidelines of the Seoul conference, FIRST will provide its members with an update on the work and its outcomes. In the meanwhile, the BPF organizers can be contacted via firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or comments."
Mon, 21 Dec 2015 15:34:00 +0000