What Is a Computer Emergency Response Team?

The computer emergency response team CERT is usually called a computer emergency response team internationally. In fact, its full name is CSIRT (Computer Security Incident Response Team), which is a computer security incident emergency response team. CSIRT is defined as a team that processes, coordinates, or provides support for security incidents within a fixed range of customer groups. Generally composed of experienced security technicians. [1]

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The computer emergency response team CERT is usually called a computer emergency response team internationally. In fact, its full name is CSIRT (Computer Security Incident Response Team), which is a computer security incident emergency response team. CSIRT is defined as a team that processes, coordinates, or provides support for security incidents within a fixed range of customer groups. Generally composed of experienced security technicians. [1]
In November 1988, a worm released on the Internet severely paralyzed network services. Subsequently, the United States Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) established a Computer Emergency Response Team (cert), and the CERT established at Carnegie Mellon University was the "supervisor" of Internet security. Its role is to investigate security issues, issue security warnings and launch public awareness campaigns on the Internet. The CERT Coordination Center's website is http://www.cert.org, with announcements of its activities.

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