Wednesday, January 4, 2012

IT Security Reference links

Government Organization Web Site

The Worldwide National Computer Emergency Response Team

The Worldwide Computer Emergency Response Team

Vulnerability Information Website

Internet Security Status Monitoring

Information Security Blog

Information Security Guideline

Other related to Information Security Website

Information Security News

Technology Crime and Related Ordinances

Spam and Electronic Messages

List of Fake Bank

Application of Information Technology and Security Statisitcs

Malicious Website Blocklist

CERT Organisations :
  • AusCERT - Australian Computer Emergency Response Team
  • CERT/CC - US Computer Emergency Response Team Coordination Center
  • CNCERT/CC - China Computer Emergency Response Team Coordination Center
  • FIRST - The Forum of Incident Response and Security Teams
  • HKCERT - Hong Kong Computer Emergency Response Team Coordination Centre
  • MyCERT - Malaysian Computer Emergency Response Team
  • SingCERT - Singapore Computer Emergency Response Team
Anti-virus Ogranizations

Virus Databases
  • Computer Associates Virus Encyclopaedia
  • F-Secure Security Information Center
  • McAfee Virus Information Library
  • Symantec Virus Encyclopaedia
  • Trend Micro Virus Encyclopaedia
Useful References :
  • The SafetyNet Guide (English version), AOEMA
  • The SafetyMail Guide (English version), AOEMA
  • SANS/FBI Top 20 Most Critical Internet Security Vulnerabilities List
    The list includes 20 vulnerabilities organized into 3 categories: vulnerabilities that affect all systems, those that affect Windows systems, and those that affect Unix systems.
  • Establishing a Computer Security Incident Response Capability, NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) Special Publication 800-3, Nov 1991.
  • Sample Incident Handling Procedures, from SANS (System Administration, Networking, and Security Institute), April 1998.
  • RFC 2196 Site Security Handbook, from IETF (The Internet Engineering Task Force)
  • RFC 2350 Expectations for Computer Security Incident Response, from IETF (The Internet Engineering Task Force)
  • Responding to Computer Security Incidents: Guidelines for Incident Handling, University of California Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, July 1990.

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