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Frédéric Fautrier, Deputy Director of the Monegasque Digital Security Agency (AMSN), and Bruno Valentin, Head of Mission in the team, have just attended the 30th annual meeting of the Forum of Incident Response Team Security (FIRST), held in Kuala Lumpur from June 24 to 29.
Founded in 1990, FIRST, of which AMSN has just been admitted as a member, is an association that brings together digital security emergency response teams from over 425 government agencies, universities, businesses and other institutions in 86 countries.
It promotes cooperation between response teams in the event of a serious digital security incident.
The FIRST meeting was followed on June 29-30 by the 13th Annual Technical Meeting of Digital Security Incident Response Teams with National Responsibility.
Organised by the Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute, the meeting addressed current issues, tools, methods and regulations applicable to computer security incident response teams.
A delegation from Monaco has visited the African nation of Mali where health, education and civil protection topped the agenda.
The 9th edition of the Pink Ribbon Monaco Walk has been a huge success, with close to 200 participants dressing in pink and supporting a very important cause.
The National Assembly has welcomed the latest graduates to the Principality’s Police Force.
An incredible 12-month time lapse video showing the creation of Monaco’s mammoth land extension project has just been released.
The Department of International Cooperation (DCI), which coordinates the efforts of Monaco Collectif Humanitaire (MCH), on Tuesday brought together project volunteers to thank them for their exemplary commitment that has enabled life-saving operations for 300 children in the Principality.The evening was attended by the Monaco Red Cross, the NGO Rencontres Africaines, the Cardio-Thoracic Centre and the Princess Grace Hospital. The DCI wanted to meet and bring together host families, doctors, and those responsible for administrative formalities. These volunteers are the links that enable MCH to exist. The goal of the MCH is to operate in Monaco on children from developing countries whose illnesses, mainly cardiac and sometimes orthopaedic, are not treatable in their countries of origin.