RE: FINAL version of CyberCrime Treaty statement - ready for sign atures
On a brighter note, I have mail this morning from Howard Schmidt where he is
waiting approval from our legal dept so that he can sign as representing
Microsoft. I'd urge Kevin and Andy to keep trying to get whatever blessings
needed in order to let them sign.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Kevin J. Ziese [mailto:ziese@CISCO.COM]
> Sent: Thursday, May 18, 2000 11:00 AM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: RE: FINAL version of CyberCrime Treaty statement - ready for
> All the recent signings have really highlighted just how important our
> affiliations are to our letter. Signing the letter without
> our affiliations
> wouldn't strengthen the letter; in fact we think it would
> detract from it.
> We're in something of a Catch-22 because we can't sign the
> letter with our
> positions and/or affiliations without a priori coporate OK.
> We remain in
> complete and total agreement with the thoughts and views
> expressed in the
> Treaty Condemnation Letter, we just can't sign it.
> Kevin J. Ziese, Computer Scientist Andy
> Balinsky, Network Security
> Critical Infrastructures Assurance Group Security Technologies
> Assessment Team
> Cisco Systems, Inc. Cisco
> Systems, Inc.