[svlug] Intrusion Detection and recovery SIG - me 2
alvin at planet.fef.com
Fri Sep 8 00:54:01 PDT 2000
count me in...
> Bobby S. Wen wrote:
> I am trying to start a special interest group (SIG) for people interested
> in helping non-profit group with intrusion detection and recovery.
> To recap the initial idea for the group:
> Linux has become a popular choice among non-profit community organization
> because it is a cost efficient way of providing internet services. However
> because most non-profit groups depend on volunteers, they may not have
> people who have the time or expertise to respond to security and intrusion
> problems quickly. To aid these organizations and others who are
> considering using Linux as their community server OS, We would like to
> create a Special Interest Group (SIG) dedicated to Intrusion detection and
> recovery. A volunteer service aimed at non-profit Linux based community
> servers, in the event they do have an intrusion.
> The group can be anything the members want it to be, and go as far as the
> members are willing to work to take it.
> For people who are interested, please visit
> and talk to anyone who you think may be interested in joining our group.
> The plan from here is in the next month, to the next SVLUG meeting create
> as much interest in the group as possible. I will try to get SVLUG to let
> us start a mailing
> list. Once the mailing list is established we can start talking about the
> group, and its formation. I would like to target a SIG meeting as early as
> 2 weeks, at the next installfest, with another after the Oct. SVLUG meeting.
> Bobby S. Wen
> bobby at wen.org
> "In Search of the Truth"
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