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This draft is a work item of the G and R for Security Incident Processing Working Group of the IETF.
Title : Security Expectations for
Internet Service Providers
Author(s) : T. Killalea
Filename : draft-ietf-grip-isp-00.txt
Pages : 3
Date : 21-Oct-97
The purpose of this document is to express the general Internet
community's expectations of Internet Service Providers (ISPs) with
respect to security.
It is not the intent of this document to define a set of
requirements that would be appropriate for all ISPs, but rather to
raise awareness among ISPs of the community's expectations, and to
provide the community with a framework for discussion of security
expectations with current and prospective service providers.
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