[unisog] Joining REN-ISAC hurdle
Stephen John Smoogen
smooge at unm.edu
Wed Feb 13 16:18:17 GMT 2008
John Kristoff wrote:
> On Tue, 12 Feb 2008 14:01:39 -0800
> "David Lundy" <dlundy at pacific.edu> wrote:
>> I am in fact the person that gets occasional rem-isac notices of
>> security issues from our campus and those are appreciated. Emails that
>> encourage membership are frustrating to me.
> David, and others in a similiar position,
> I'm a memmber of the REN-ISAC technical advisory group (TAG) and while
> I cannot speak on their behalf rest assured TAG and all of REN-ISAC
> recognize your frustation and this problem in general. There are some
> changes under discussion and proposed to remedy the situation. It is
> more than just a consideration a this stage.
> I'll make sure this topic remains at the top of REN-ISAC's "to fix" list
> and that REN-ISAC works hard to get this done sooner than later.
> Since you're not too far from San Jose, if you can get out there for
> even part of the day for this event:
> Shoot me an email off-list. I believe at least a couple of REN-ISAC
> members are attending and I'll help arrange a time for you to have a
> lunch with them or something. I think it would help you a great deal.
> Shoot me an email offlist if you are interested.
Is it possible that REN-ISAC could look at doing background checks (with
the applicant paying for it) instead of the 2 vouching members. I know
my organization has 1 REN-ISAC person and but I think the next one is
over 6 hours driving away which does not really build up a relationship
that I would count as 'strong' relationship. This doesn't relate much to
me as I am not 100% security aligned so wouldn't qualify anyway...
however, the actual security organization is growing and the other
people will need to be able to join so that our 1 guy can take a vacation.
Stephen Smoogen -- ITS/Linux Administrator
MSC02 1520 1 University of New Mexico Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001
Phone: (505) 277-8219 Email: smooge at unm.edu
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