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RE: [CVEPRI] Next Phase for CyberCrime Treaty Statement



This sounds like a good planning.  Let's trying to make the June 9 date.  We
do not want to let this drag on too long.

Craig Ozancin
AXENT technologies, Inc.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Steven M. Christey [mailto:coley@LINUS.MITRE.ORG]
> Sent: Friday, May 19, 2000 11:48 AM
> To: cve-editorial-board-list@lists.mitre.org
> Cc: gjg@MITRE.ORG
> Subject: [CVEPRI] Next Phase for CyberCrime Treaty Statement
>
>
> All,
>
> Gene Spafford, Gary Gagnon, Margie Zuk, and I had a discussion this
> morning about the next steps to take for the CyberCrime treaty
> statement.  Gary and Spaf will be the primary focal points for this
> next phase.
>
> Here is an outline of the approach we will take over the next month or
> so.
>
> We will be identifying 2 sets of people.  The first includes people
> that we invite to sign the statement (industry leaders).  The second
> is a list of people we want to make aware of the issue
> (e.g. government policy makers, consortium leaders).
>
> If you have suggestions for who could sign the statement and/or who
> should be made aware of it, please send them to me, Gary Gagnon
> (gjg@mitre.org), and Spaf (spaf@cerias.purdue.edu).
>
> As soon as possible, a web site will be made available to potential
> signers.  It will include things like links to the treaty, the current
> statement, etc.  This web site will not be publicized in this phase.
>
> Contact names and signatures will be collected over the next few
> weeks, with a projected "deadline" of June 9th (but that date may
> change).
>
> After the deadline, we will send the signed statement to the Council
> of Europe, press, and the "awareness list" of people who should know
> about it.  The next step is undefined but will likely involve
> increasing awareness at the consortium level.
>
> Care will need to be taken to ensure that this action is not
> attributed to "the Editorial Board" as an entity itself.  Hopefully
> this will address some of the concerns that Board members have, such
> as Kevin Ziese.  Also note that there is a Board organization that has
> a dissenting opinion with respect to the statement.  That opinion will
> be posted to the list once I've worked with that organization on how
> to present it; the idea is to make it a "public record" that there is
> not unanimous agreement within the Board.  A dissenting opinion does
> not prevent other Board members from contributing, of course, but it
> is an additional reason for us to be careful about how we present this
> activity to the outside community.
>
> Below is the current list of signers.  If you are speaking for your
> organization, please ensure that you are under the "corporate" section
> of this list.
>
> - Steve
>
>
>
> Scott Blake
> Security Program Manager
> BindView Corporation
>
> Adam Shostack
> Director of Technology
> Representing Zero-Knowledge Systems, Inc.
>
>
> -- CORPORATE --
>
> Stuart Staniford, PhD
> President
> Representing Silicon Defense
>
> Robert A. Clyde
> Vice President Security Management
> Representing AXENT Technologies, Inc.
>
> Craig Ozancin
> Senior Security Analyst
> Representing AXENT Technologies, Inc.
>
> Elias Levy
> Chief Technical Officer
> Representing SecurityFocus.com
>
>
> -- INDIVIDUAL --
>
> Scott A. Lawler, CISSP
> Chief, Vulnerability Analysis
> U.S. Department of Defense Computer Emergency Response Team
>
> Mike Prosser
> Research Manager
> Enterprise Solutions Division
> Symantec Corporation
>
> Pascal Meunier, M.Sc., Ph.D.
> Research Scientist
> CERIAS
>
> Thomas Stracener
> Technology Research
> Hiverworld, Inc.
>
> Paul E. Proctor
> Director of Technology
> Cybersafe Corporation
>
> David LeBlanc, Ph.D.
> Sr. Technologist
> Information Security
> Microsoft Corporation
>
> Eugene H. Spafford, Ph.D, FACM, FAAAS
> Professor and Director
> Purdue University CERIAS
>
> Kelly J. Cooper
> Internet Security Officer
> Genuity
>
> Ken Armstrong
> Senior Network Security Engineer
> EWA-Canada / CanCERT
>
> David M. Balenson, Director of Technical Outreach
> NAI Labs, The Security Research Division
> Network Associates, Inc.
>
> Steven R. Snapp
> Senior Security Engineer
> CyberSafe Corporation
>
> David Mann, Ph.D.
> Senior Security Analyst
> BindView Corporation
>
> Matt Bishop
> Associate Professor
> Computer Security Laboratory
> Department of Computer Science
> University of California at Davis
>
> Bill Wall
> Senior Computer Security Engineer
> STAT Operations, Harris Corporation
>
> William Fithen
> Senior Member of the Technical Staff
> CERT Coordination Center
> Software Engineering Institute
> Carnegie Mellon University
>
> Eric Cole
> SANS Institute
>
> Jim Magdych
> Security Research Manager
> Network Associates, Inc.
>
> William Hill
> Principal INFOSEC Engineer
> The MITRE Corporation
>
> Casper Dik
> Security Architect,
> Solaris OS Engineering
> Sun Microsystems, Inc.
>
> Steve Schall
> Sr. Product Manager
> Intrusion.com
>
> David W. Baker, MFS
> Senior INFOSEC Engineer
> The MITRE Corporation
>
> Ronson Nguyen, CISSP
> Information Security Services
> Ernst & Young LLP
>

 
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