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This is the page of the SIG-ISM Working Group 1, which is working on creating an Inventory for European NREN and other R&E community Security Officers.

The group is lead by Linda Cornwall <Linda.Cornwall@stfc.ac.uk> (STFC).

If you would like to join this working group or subscribe to the mailing list, please contact Sigita Jurkynaitė <sigita.jurkynaite@geant.org> (GÉANT).

This information is public, European NRENs and other Research communities should enter any information they wish to make public in their NREN table.

 

NameType of NREN or community and countryLink to public web informationSecurity Emergency contact Link to NREN description and table
ACOnet

NREN Austria

http://www.aco.net ACOnet Inventory Entry
BelnetNREN Belgiumhttps://www.belnet.be/encert (at) (dot) beBelnet
CSC - IT Center for Science Ltd.

NREN Finland - Funet

https://www.csc.fi/security at csc dot fiCSC Inventory Entry
DeiC

NREN Denmark

https://www.deic.dk/en DeiC Inventory Entry
DFNNREN Germanyhttps://www.dfn.de/en/cert (at) dfn-cert . deDFN
 EGI International Project/Computing Infrastructure https://www.egi.eu/

security  (at)  egi . eu

incident report: 

abuse (at) egi . eu

EGI Inventory Entry
EUDATThe EUDAT Collaborative Data Infrastructure (or CDI) consists of a network of nodes that provide a range of services for for upload and retrieval, identification and description, movement, replication and data integrity, plus some additional services that are needed to operate the infrastructure. The nodes are essentially data centres (or computer centres) that have a data repository and that provide software services to manage the stored data – for example, storing data, searching for data, or adding metadata to the data. In an EUDAT context, these centres are known as service providers. A data centre that (primarily) serves a specific research discipline (like DKRZ, the German Climate Computing Centre, which supports climate research) is known as a thematic service provider, while a centre that provides services for different research communities (such as the CSC-IT Center for Science in Finland, which supports research in a wide range of areas) is known as a generic service provider. <Many of the largest scientific data centres within Europe are service providers within the context of EUDAThttps://www.eudat.eu/security at eudat euEUDAT Inventory Entry
GÉANT



HEAnetHEAnet is Ireland’s National Education and Research Network, providing Internet connectivity and associated ICT services to education and research organisations throughout Ireland, including all primary and post-primary schools.https://www.heanet.ie
HEAnet Inventory Entry
IUCCNREN Israel https://www.iucc.ac.il IUCC inventory Entry
JiscJisc provides digital solutions for UK education and research. Jisc operates the UK's NREN Janet.https://www.jisc.ac.uk/ Jisc Inventory Entry
NORDUnetNORDUnet supports the nordic NREN's through infrastructure, peering, media services and hostingwww.nordu.netcert (at) nordu . netNORDUnet Inventory Entry
RESTENA

RESTENA Foundation provides network services for all public and private institutions and organisations involved in the field of education and research, and connects them to other pan-european academic and research networks, as well as to the Internet.

The Foundation also coordinates Internet resources nationally, managing LU domain names and actively participating in the operation of the neutral platform for the exchange of Internet traffic LU-CIX.

https://www.restena.lu/restena/en/EN-Index.html RESTENA Inventory Entry
 RHnet RHnet is a limited company, founded with the sole aim of enhancing the level of communication within the Icelandic university and research community, and serve as its gateway to international networks.
Its objective is to link together Icelandic universities and research institutions by means of an high capacity computer network, and supply services in the field of computer communications, both domestically and internationally.
  http://www.rhnet.is/english/  RHnet Inventory Entry
RNP - Brazilian NREN

RNP provides to its clients a modern and high-performance network service, allied with communication services and distance collaboration applications portfolio that supports its education and research activities. It is present in all the states, through 27 Points of Presence, which form the backbone of the national academic network, the Ipê network.

It is an optic network infrastructure, to which 1.237 campuses and units in the capital cities and in the states’ countryside are connected and through which they exchange a large volume of data and information in a worldwide level. Such organizations that make up RNP are the main higher education institutions and producers of knowledge and innovation in Brazil, encompassing mostly universities, institutes and research units, at a federal and state level, teaching hospitals and museums.

http://www.rnp.br

https://www.rnp.br/en (English)


 RNP Inventory Entry
SA NREN

The roles and responsibilities of the de facto South African NREN (SA NREN) are distributed between the South African National Research Network (SANReN) Competency Area (CA) at the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) and the Tertiary Education and Research Network of South Africa (TENET).

The SANReN CA is responsible for the design, acquisition and roll-out of national and international capacity for the SA NREN, as well as the development and incubation of advanced services. It forms part of a comprehensive South African government approach to cyberinfrastructure, geared at ensuring the successful participation of South African researchers in the global knowledge production endeavour.

TENET's main purpose is to secure, for the benefit of South African universities and associated research and support institutions, Internet and Information Technology services. TENET is a service organisation and is committed to service excellence and to services that are strongly aligned and consistent with the organisational requirements of the user community. TENET operates the SANReN Network under the terms of a Collaboration Agreement with the CSIR.

http://www.sanren.ac.za

http://www.tenet.ac.za

 SA NREN (SANReN/TENET) Inventory Entry
SURFnetSURF is the collaborative ICT organisation for Dutch education and research. SURF offers students, lecturers and scientists in the Netherlands access to the best possible internet and ICT facilities. SURFnet is a operating company form SURF, it operates the Dutch NREN and the federated identity management system.https://www.surf.nl cert (at) surfnet.nlSURFnet Inventory Entry
SWITCHSWITCH is operating the Swiss NREN and is providing identity and specific IT services to the education & research community in Switzerland. In addition we are operating the registry for .ch and .li and are providing security services to education & research, registry and a group of Swiss banks.


https://www.switch.ch


 

SWITCH Inventory Entry

UNINETT ASUNINETT AS is the parent company of the UNINETT Group, and  develops and operates the Norwegian national research and education network. This is a high-capacity computer network interconnecting about 200 Norwegian educational and research institutions and more than 300 000 users, as well as giving them access to international research networks. UNINETT is owned by the Norwegian Ministry of Education and Research. We are a neutral party, and the business is run non-profit.https://www.uninett.no/ UNINETT Inventory Entry

 Example

 This is a draft example/template Inventory table  

Example Inventory Entry


 

 


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4 Comments

  1. I entered some info, maybe it is to much Markering & communication speak?

  2. Will we put more contact information here? Like a general contact for security issues? It can take some time  to find that on a companies website.

  3. Should we not include constituency information here (e.g. AS numbers, domains/IPs)? - IMO that will be very useful for ISOs.

    e.g. SA NREN > AS2018, .ac.za

  4. Feel free to cut down the description of ACOnet, I basically copy&pasted our web site – no intention of spamming (smile)