[unisog] Joining REN-ISAC
dlundy at pacific.edu
Tue Feb 20 21:37:58 GMT 2007
I've been trying to join REN-ISAC. Doug Pearson floated my name
before Christmas for vouching, but just as I feared I am unknown (except
among the Sacramento ISSA folk).
I do meet the criteria for having institution wide responsibility
(three campuses) for IT security.
I've seen several unisog posts saying that it would be good to
join. My experience is that the vouching criteria so far has been an
insurmountable barrier. Suggestions?
Acting IT Security Officer
University of the Pacific
Stockton, CA 95211
Email: dlundy at pacific.edu
>>> Dave Monnier <dmonnier at ren-isac.net> 02/20/07 1:20 PM >>>
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Valdis.Kletnieks at vt.edu wrote:
> Quite likely they can get it out to *some* of the correct people.
> problem is that the sort of network that goes to the trouble of
> somebody REN-ISAN membership is probably the sort of network that
> usually make it onto J. Oquendo's radar.
> (Yes - it's possible to find screaming SSH scanners on the nets of
> members. I'm sure we have the occasional one ourselves. But if
> a note to security at vt.edu doesn't make something happen, it means
> we screwed up...)
Our contact system is comprised of member and (mostly) non-member
institutions. We're spent a great deal of time building up a contact
that can handle bulk submissions and get notifications out to the R&E
sector. Our most recent count put member institutions at less than 10%
| Dave Monnier - dmonnier at ren-isac.net |
| http://nicholas.ren-isac.net/dmonnier/ |
| Principal Security Engineer, REN-ISAC http://www.ren-isac.net/ |
| 24x7 Watch Desk: +1(317)278-6630, ren-isac at ren-isac.net |
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