Site Security Handbook (ssh) Concluded WG

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WG Name Site Security Handbook
Acronym ssh
Area User Services Area (usv)
State Concluded
Charter charter-ietf-ssh-01 Approved
Dependencies Document dependency graph (SVG)
Personnel Chair Barbara Fraser
Area Director April Marine
Mailing list Address ssh@cert.org
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Archive ftp://info.cert.org/pub/ietf/ssh

Charter for Working Group

The Site Security Handbook Working Group is chartered to create two
documents: (1) a revised handbook that will help system and network
administrators develop their own site-specific policies and procedures
to deal with computer security problems and their prevention and (2) a
new handbook for users. The text of these documents will be developed
from the existing RFC 1244, plus needed revisions and additions.

Milestones

Date Milestone
Dec 1996 Submit Internet-Draft of second document to IESG for publication as an Informational RFC.
Oct 1996 Submit final version of document to Internet-Drafts.
Jul 1996 Syvmit second draft of document to Internet-Drafts.
Jun 1996 Meet at IETF to review and edit draft.
May 1996 Submit draft of second document to Internet-Drafts.
Apr 1996 Submit Internet-Draft of first document to IESG for publication as Informational RFC.
Mar 1996 Meet at IETF and do a final review of the Internet-Draft of the first document. Develop outline for second document.
Feb 1996 Submit a revised Internet-Draft of the first document, with review happening on the SSH list.
Dec 1995 Submit the second draft of the first document as an Internet-Draft.
Dec 1995 Meet at IETF and review the second Internet-Draft of the first document.
Jul 1995 Submit first document as an Internet-Draft.
Done Meet at the Stockholm IETF meeting and create an outline for the second document.
May 1995 Submit the first document as an Internet-Draft, with comment and review happening on the SSH mailing list.
Done Meet at the Danvers IETF and create a rough draft of the first document.
Done Prepare a final outline of the first document.
Done Meet at the San Jose IETF and (1) make a decision about which document to produce first, (2) create an SSH editorial board and (3) create a draft outline of the first document.