[AfrICANN-discuss] call for presentation - AfricaCERT Cybersecurity Day V: Our Role in the African Internet Ecosystem

Jean Robert Hountomey - AfricaCERT hrobert at africacert.org
Mon Aug 19 10:20:38 SAST 2013

The African Computer Emergency Response Team Coordination Center; AfricaCERT invites you to submit a presentation/paper for AfricaCERT V
to be held in Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire on November 27, 2013.

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 V Day follows Three days of Intensive training in collaboration with FIRST and JPCERT.

AfricaCERT V theme is “Our Role in the African Internet Ecosystem ”.

Speakers, are invited to present papers around the theme and related to:

- The draft African convention on cyber security
- The Role of CERT Teams in the Internet Ecosystem
- The situation in their country
- Incident response
- Technical challenges
- Tools and solutions

Presentation Guidelines:
Each speaker will have 30 minute session including Q&A
The Deadline for submission is October 18. Speakers will be informed by October 31.
Please send your presentations, questions to:project at africacert.org

About AfNOG
AfNOG (Seehttp://www.afnog.org) is a forum for cooperation and the exchange
of technical information between operators of Internet-connected networks in

About AfriNIC
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

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.

About FIRST - Improving Security Together.http://www.first.org
FIRST is the Forum of Incident Response and Security Teams.
FIRST brings together a wide variety of security and incident response teams including especially
product security teams from the government, commercial, and academic sectors.

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