5 August 2013 at 11:24am
The EU has finally adopted a new Directive on attacks against information systems, first proposed in 2010. The Directive will require Member States, within two years, to ensure they meet its requirements on
8 November 2012 at 2:59pm
There was an excellent line-up of speakers at Janet CSIRT’s conference this week.
12 October 2012 at 9:32am
I’ve submitted a Janet response to a European consultation on a future EU Network and Information Security legislative initiative.
17 September 2012 at 9:34am
I participated in an interesting discussion last week at ENISA’s Expert Group on Barriers to Cooperation between CERTs and Law Enforcement. Such cooperation seems most likely to occur with national/governmental CERTs but I’ve been keen to avoid recommendations that they be given special treatment, not least because of the risk that such treatment might actually create barriers between them and other CERTs.
Being the victim of a computer security incident is an unpleasant and stressful experience. In the spirit of first aid, these guidelines aim to provide assistance until expert help arrives.
This response is structured around the questions in Nominet's consultation paper: 1. Should Nominet have an abuse policy and would creation of one be in line with its vision of making the internet a trusted space? [section1, and section 2(a)]  
This is JANET(UK)’s submission to the inquiry into the EU Internal Security Strategy by the Home Affairs Sub-Committee of the House of Lords Select Committee on the European Union.
This is JANET(UK)’s response to the Home Office consultation on Amendments to the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000. JANET(UK) is the operator of the JANET network, which connects universities, colleges, research organisations and schools networks to each other, to education networks elsewhere in the world, and to the public Internet.
This is JANET(UK)’s response to the Home Office/Scottish Executive consultation on posession of extreme pornographic material.
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