ICANN releases survey of DNS security for national computer security incident response teams


ICANN has released findings from its August 2010 survey of national computer security incident response teams or CSIRTs.  Surveys were distributed to 55 CSIRTs with national responsibility, via one of four channels: the Computer Emergency Response Team Coordination Center at Carnegie Mellon University (CERT/CC) (distributed worldwide), the European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA, covering the European region), APCERT (covering the Asia-Pacific region) and the Organization of Islamic Conference-CERT secretariat (OIC-CERT, covering Islamic countries) to 55 CSIRTs with national responsibility.  The full report notes that “the survey results are not comprehensive enough data to draw any broad conclusions.”

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