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New Document available: ripe-149

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  • Date: Wed, 30 Oct 1996 07:29:57 +0100
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Ref:           ripe-149
Title:         Security Incident Coordination at the RIPE NCC ?!
Author:        D. Karrenberg
Date:          30 Oct 1996
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Short content description

This document argues that the RIPE NCC should provide
security incident coordination services currently widely
known as CERT-like services in 1997.
It describes a current initiative to set up a pilot service 
and calls on the European ISPs to support this project.
A time table for further actions is given.

The RIPE NCC contributors should take note !
Discussion is most welcome.

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