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Member States to establish pan-European Computer Emergency Response Teams

Indicator Status Evidence
Has a national or governmental CERT been established? Yes Ministry of Industry, Energy and Tourism, for citizens, SMEs and Industry, through National Institute of Telecommunications Technologies INTECO, INTECO-CERT: http://cert.inteco.es/About/RFC_2350_en/ Ministry of Presidency, for Public Administrations, through CCN-CERT: https://www.ccn-cert.cni.es/ Ministry of Industry, Energy and Tourism, for Academia, through IRIS-CERT: http://www.rediris.es/cert/index.html.en
Is the CERT fully operational? Yes http://cert.inteco.es/About/ http://cert.inteco.es/About/Services/
Does the CERT participate in international CERT communities/initiatives? Yes National Level: http://cert.inteco.es/About/Collaborating_Organizations/ European and international level: http://cert.inteco.es/About/Credentials/

Other initiatives:

• INTECO provides training services for different groups (SMEs, citizens and professionals), levels or security issues through: - INTECO on-line training platform: https://formacion-online.inteco.es/inscripcion/ - Seminars and workshops: https://www.osi.es/recursos/formacion/ - Master’s degree on Security Information Technologies in collaboration with University of León: http://masterseguridad.unileon.es/ - Additionally, INTECO has developed other more specific training for special agents such as Law Enforcement or prosecutors. • INTECO also take part into different cyberexercises like CyberAtlantics 2011, CyberEurope 2012, EuroSOPEX 2012, etc. These exercise are being coordinated by the Cabinet of Crisis of the Presidence of Government, with other agents like Ministry of Interior, Ministry of Defense, etc.

External contribution

External contributions are more than welcome. If you would like to share with us a country, regional or local-level initiative relevant for this DAE action, you can do it via the online form.