The TAG is composed of approximately ten members selected by the TAG, and one or more liaisons appointed by REN-ISAC management. The TAG is primarily composed of REN-ISAC members, but may contain individuals not eligible for REN-ISAC membership. Individuals drawn from outside the REN-ISAC membership will be given the privileges of membership during their TAG appointment.
Among its activities, the TAG:
- performs an annual survey of the REN-ISAC membership to evaluate existing information product and services and to develop recommendations for new or improved products and services
- holds an annual birds-of-a-feather meeting in calendar opposition to the survey and in conjunction with a major conference that has strong attendance of research and education security personnel
- provides to REN-ISAC written recommendations developed from the survey and BoF inputs, other input gathering, and the combined experience of the TAG members. The reports will critically evaluate existing REN-ISAC products and services; identify and prioritize issues, questions, and opportunities; recommend new or improved services and products; and recommend technical methods, tools, relationships, and analytic techniques to support or improve products and services.
Members of the Technical Advisory Group:
|RuthAnne Bevier||California Institute of Technology|
|Jesse Bowling, Chair||Duke University|
|Andre DiMino||The George Washington University|
|John Kristoff||Depaul University|
|Martin Manjak||University at Albany|
|Joe St Sauver||Farsight Security, Inc.|