Born out of 2010 meetings organized by the Anti-Phishing Working Group and the IEEE Standards Association, Stop-eCrime has already been working on ecrime event data exchange standards and protocols, as well as operational protocols for dealing with computers compromised by ecrime.
Now Stop-eCrime wants you to help tie these technical and operational levels together into an ecrime detection and response system coordinated among the public, business, academia, and government. There’s plenty of work to be done on technical standards and operational protocols (such as glossaries, metrics, and monetary effects), plus Stop-eCrime needs educational materials and marketing to explain incentives for everyone to participate in reducing ecrime.
Here are the details.
If you want to help, or if you have questions, contact:
Chair: Paul Laudanski <firstname.lastname@example.org>
See also http://securityskeptic.typepad.com/the-security-skeptic/2011/10/icsg-stop-ecrime-initiative-seeks-unified-response-.html