The latest version of the Clean IT draft document is open for comments. Please send any comments you might have to firstname.lastname@example.org. Comments will be incorporated into a new version of the document and will be discussed during the next meeting in Utrecht on September 12 and 23, 2012.
Around 50 participants attended the Berlin conference, again it was a good mixture of government and private sector representatives. On he eve of the meeting the Clean IT project manager was interviewed by Brett Winterford which resulted in two articles in the ITnews magazine (article one and article two).
A new draft document and a new progress report is published on our documents page.
The Minister of Security and Justice from the Netherlands, mr. Ivo Opstelten, wrote a letter to his European colleagues and asked them to support the Clean IT project.
Eleven countries replied to the questionnaire about best practices to limit the terrorist use of the Internet. Results will be presented in the next workshop.
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We invited around 30 people for the Brussels workshop on 21/22 March. In this workshop we will focus on the best practices that can be added to the general principles described in the current version of the draft. In the first workshop (Amsterdam) we had a brainstorm about possible best practices, now we will discuss them.
The second workshop took place in Madrid. Please find a short news release here.
A list of public papers, reports and articles about the use of the Internet by terrorists is published on our documents page. The second workshop in Madrid on 18-19 january is fully booked. We expect a new version of the draft document mid february.
A draft document with the results of the first workshop is published on our website. We are happy to receive almost at a daily base emails from private sector asking to be on our mailing list for updates about the project.