[AfrICANN-discuss] call for paper AfricaCERT III
Jean Robert Hountomey
jrhountomey at gmail.com
Fri Sep 21 18:35:20 SAST 2012
The African Computer Emergency Response Team Coordination Center; AfricaCERT
invites you to submit a presentation/paper for AfricaCERT III Day to be held
in Khartoum (Sudan) on 26 November 2012.
AfricaCERT meetings provide a forum for collaboration and exchange for
Computer Emergency response Teams and interested parties to sharing common
practices, information, tools, techniques, and strategies that address
problems related to cyber-security.
AfricaCERT Day builds on the experience of previous AfricaCERT events held
in different African countries in collaboration with AfNOG and AfriNIC.
AfricaCERT III Day follows two days of extensive training in collaboration
with JPCERT and AAF:
24 November 2012 - CSIRT training for managers and policy makers:
creating and managing a CSIRT;
25 November 2012 - CSIRT training for technical staff: advanced network
AfricaCERT III’s theme is “Enhanced Collaboration”. Speakers, are invited to
present papers around the theme and related to:
- The draft African convention on cyber security
- Proposals on areas and ways of collaboration
- The situation in their country
- Incident response
- Technical challenges
- Tools and solutions
Each speaker will have 30 minute session including Q&A
The Deadline for submission is September 30. Speakers will be informed in
Please send your presentations, questions to:project at africacert.org
AfNOG (Seehttp://www.afnog.org) is a forum for cooperation and the exchange
of technical information between operators of Internet-connected networks in
AfriNIC (Seehttp://www.afrinic.net/) is the Regional Internet Registry
(RIR), responsible for Internet Number resources Management in the Africa
region. AfriNIC organizes two Public Policy meetings every year (see
AAF (seehttp://www.africaasia.net/) is the Africa-Asia Forum on Network
Research and Engineering.
JPCERT/CC (seehttp://www.jpcert.or.jp) is the first CSIRT (Computer
Security Incident Response Team) established in Japan. The organization
coordinates with network service providers, security vendors, government
agencies, as well as the industry associations.
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