ICASI does not seek to respond to every product security issue that emerges, but rather the consortium is designed to respond to and ideally reduce the potential customer impact of global, multi-vendor cyber threats.
Agility and effectiveness - ICASI is committed to improving the efficiency and effectiveness of multi-vendor threat resolution and security response practices.
Collaboration and trust - ICASI creates a unique environment where information, necessary to quickly solve security-related threats, can be shared, as appropriate.
Through its CVRF Project, ICASI undertook to remedy this lack of standardization.
ICASI will continue supporting CVRF to ensure that it will remain both stable and free for use by all.
Through its CVRF Project, ICASI undertook to remedy this lack of standardization, using the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) draft Incident Object Description Exchange Format (IODEF) as a starting point.
ICASI plans to continue supporting CVRF to ensure that it will remain both stable and free for use by all.
Nokia joins current ICASI Founding Members Cisco, International Business Machines (IBM), Intel, Juniper Networks and Microsoft.
Nokia brings a wealth of essential mobile telecommunications and global security expertise to ICASI as we work together to drive excellence and innovation in security response practices.
ICASI is a trusted forum through which global IT vendors work together to address complex security risks.
ICASI is uniquely positioned to leverage the collective expertise of its membership to identify and address such challenges, as it draws its membership from the world's IT leaders and its USIRP harmonizes their response activities.
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