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Network Abuse Bof Report, by Frank Salanitri [APNIC 38 / AMM]


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A presentation given at APNIC 38 during the AMM session.

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Network Abuse Bof Report, by Frank Salanitri [APNIC 38 / AMM]

  1. 1. Network Abuse Bof Tuesday 15th September 5:30pm – 7:00pm Lincoln Room
  2. 2. APNIC38 Network Abuse Bof • Held Tuesday 15th September 5:30pm – 7:15pm in Lincoln Room • 34 people attended • Topics of discussion included: – Global collaboration efforts – Training for law enforcement agencies and legal sector – The role of CERTS - proactive and reactive efforts – CERT status updates – Malware eradication projects – The role of IRT whois objects 2
  3. 3. Speakers • Scott Brown (CERT Australia) - CERT Australia Update • Craig Ng (APNIC) - Global Collaboration • Frank Salanitri (APNIC) - ID-CERT Update • Aswami Fadhilah (CyberSecurity Malaysia) - Mal-ware Eradication Project Framework - Malaysia Perspective • Barry Brailey (NZITF) - The New Zealand Internet Task Force, a trust group of volunteers in a country with no National CERT • Aftab A. Siddiqui (Cybernet) - CERT Status in Pakistan 3
  4. 4. Next APNIC Conference • Run Bof on same day of security track • Schedule Bof at an earlier time • Possibly make it a main stream session • Ensure no other competing sessions • Continue discussion on IRT Object – Annual validation of IRT contacts – How to minimize spam directed to IRT contacts – Improving ways to share IRT contact information 4
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