New Proposed RG Mailing List: SMART

Mirja Kühlewind <> Fri, 12 October 2018 13:22 UTC

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Subject: New Proposed RG Mailing List: SMART
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Hi area,

there is a new mailing list for a starting RG that could be of interested for you:

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To subscribe:

SMART – Stopping Malware and Researching Threats
This email list will be used to discuss and stimulate research into how cyber attacks can be defended against in a world of encrypted data. It will be a place to present research on the effects, both positive and negative, of existing, proposed and newly-published Internet protocols and standards on methods use to defend against cyber attacks. Attacks and threats include, but are not limited to, malware, malicious domains, botnets, DDoS and phishing. The proposed research group will gather evidence from information security practitioners on methods used to defend against attacks and make this available to protocol designers. It will research and promote ways to deal with attacks efficiently and make the most of resources to do this. It will publish case studies into historic attacks, so the community can learn from previous attacks.

Charter discussion has just started there. So right point of time to join the mailing list now!