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CSRIC Working Group 7 . Mike O’Reirdan. Mission Statement. Working Group 7 – Botnet Remediation Chair – Michael O’Reirdan, Chairman, Messaging Anti-Abuse Working Group

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csric working group 7

CSRIC Working Group 7

Mike O’Reirdan

mission statement
Mission Statement

Working Group 7 – Botnet Remediation

Chair – Michael O’Reirdan, Chairman, Messaging Anti-Abuse Working Group

Description: This Working Group will review the efforts undertaken within the international community, such as the Australian Internet Industry Code of Practice, and among domestic stakeholder groups, such as IETF and the Messaging Anti-Abuse Working Group, for applicability to U.S. ISPs.  Building on the work of CSRIC II Working Group 8 ISP Network Protection Practices, the Botnet Remediation Working Group shall propose a set of agreed-upon voluntary practices that would constitute the framework for an opt-in implementation model for ISPs. The Working Group will propose a method for ISPs to express their intent to op-into the framework proposed by the Working Group.

The Working Group will also identify potential ISP implementation obstacles to the newly drafted Botnet Remediation business practices and identify steps the FCC can take that may help overcome these obstacles.

Finally, the Working Group shall identify performance metrics to evaluate the effectiveness of the ISP Botnet Remediation Business Practices at curbing the spread of botnet infections.

what is going on elsewhere
What is going on elsewhere
  • IETF bot remediation draft in last call
    • http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-oreirdan-mody-bot-remediation-16
  • MAAWG recommendations
    • http://www.maawg.org/system/files/.../MAAWG_Bot_Mitigation_BP_2009-07.pdf
  • CSRIC 2 recommendations
  • iCode in Australia
  • botfrei.de bot remediation centre in Germany
  • Japanese Cyberclean centre
  • Dutch ISP treaty
  • Finnish bot information service
  • Bot Metric work in place at MAAWG
draft work plan
Draft work plan

Phase 1:Based on CSRIC II output, MAAWG recommendations and IETF draft, produce initial code of conduct

January 2012 / March 2012

Phase 2: Develop implementation plan

June / August 2012

Phase 3: Develop bot metrics

Date TBD

members of working group
Members of Working group

Craig Spiezle OTA

Matt Carothers Cox

Alfred Huger Sourcefire

Kevin Sullivan Microsoft

Joseph St SauveurU.Oregon

Gunter Ollman Damballa

Chris RoosenraadTWC

Neil Schwartzman CAUCE

Bill Smith PayPal

Johannes Ulrich SANS

Max Weinstein Stop Badware

Rod Rasmussen Internet Identity

Eric Osterweil Verisign

Jay Opperman Comcast

Alex Bobotek ATT

Brian Done DHS

John St Clair Verizon

Barry Greene, ISC

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