Country of Origin for Malicious Attacks
Jamie.Reid at mbs.gov.on.ca
Fri Jun 27 01:50:21 UTC 2003
I've found that country of origin is less relevant than route/subnet and ASN, as there
is a link between the address and the people in a position to actually respond to the problem.
I'd be interested in knowing how linking aggregated attack information to country of
origin is actually valuable relative to our ability to respond to it.
Jamie.Reid, CISSP, jamie.reid at mbs.gov.on.ca
Senior Security Specialist, Information Protection Centre
Corporate Security, MBS
416 327 2324
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