The Technical Advisory Group (TAG) advises REN-ISAC leadership and staff on the best methods for supporting our trust community. TAG has an important role in the creation, evaluation, and enhancement of services, information products, information sharing, technical and communication methods, and organizational relationships.
Get to know REN-ISAC's Technical Advisory Group
TAG performs a large variety of tasks for the continued edification and betterment of REN-ISAC members, including
- Providing reports to REN-ISAC based on survey data, member input, and TAG member experiences that critically evaluate existing REN-ISAC products and services.
- Developing recommendations for new or improved products and services, including technical methods, tools, relationships, and analytic techniques.
- Identifying and prioritizing issues, questions, and opportunities that affect the REN-ISAC community.
- Producing and disseminating Technical Advisories covering topics that may have a broad community impact.
TAG Organizational Structure
- TAG is composed of approximately ten members.
- TAG includes one or more liaisons appointed by REN-ISAC management. These liasons do not count towards the total number of TAG members.
- TAG is primarily composed of REN-ISAC member representatives but may contain individuals not eligible for REN-ISAC membership. Individuals drawn from outside the REN-ISAC membership will be given appropriate member privileges during their TAG appointment.
- An individual interested in being involved in TAG must be a member of the XSEC community, be recommended by an existing TAG member, and go through an informal nomination process.
- The REN-ISAC Technical Director has a standing TAG membership if they are part of the XSEC community and interested in serving.
- The role of TAG chair is typically a year long volunteer position and reserved for individuals currently employed full-time at a higher education or research institution.
Current TAG Members
|RuthAnne Bevier||California Institute of Technology|
|Jesse Bowling, Chair||Duke University|
|Andre DiMino||The George Washington University|
|Martin Manjak||University at Albany (retired)|
|Joe St Sauver||Farsight Security, Inc.|