CERT.RO is the Romanian National Cyber Security and Incident Response Team, coordinated by the Ministry of Communications and Informational Society.
International Telecommunication Union
The International Telecommunication Union (ITU), is a specialized agency of the United Nations that is responsible for issues that concern information and communication technologies.
The Shadowserver Foundation is an all volunteer, non-profit, vendor-neutral organization that gathers, tracks, and reports on malicious software, botnet activity, and electronic fraud. It is the mission of the Shadowserver Foundation to improve the security of the Internet by raising awareness of the presence of compromised servers, malicious attackers, and the spread of malicious software.
The European Union Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA) is a centre of expertise for cyber security in Europe. ENISA is actively contributing to a high level of network and information security (NIS) within the Union, since it was set up in 2004, to the development of a culture of NIS in society and in order to raise awareness of NIS, thus contributing to proper functioning of the internal market.
FIRST is the global Forum of Incident Response and Security Teams. FIRST is the premier organization and recognized global leader in incident response. Membership in FIRST enables incident response teams to more effectively respond to security incidents reactive as well as proactive.
Deloitte’s Cyber Risk Team
Deloitte is one of the leading consulting and advisory firms. Deloitte’s Cyber Risk Team based in Belgium, works closely and collaborates with key cyber security actors including the European Commission, the European Union Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA) and several national and governmental CSIRTs.
CERT-EU it's a permanent Computer Emergency Response Team for the EU institutions, agencies and bodies from September 11th 2012. The team is made up of IT security experts from the main EU Institutions (European Commission, General Secretariat of the Council, European Parliament, Committee of the Regions, Economic and Social Committee).
The Office of the Commissioner of Electronic Communications and Postal Regulation (OCECPR) is an independent regulatory authority of the Republic of Cyprus in matters of electronic communications and postal services, with additional responsibilities in the areas of terminal equipment, network and information security and protection of critical information infrastructures.
The Cyprus Police is the only National Police Service of the Republic of Cyprus and is under the Ministry of Justice and Public Order. The duties and responsibilities of the Cyprus Police are set out in the amended Police Law and include the maintenance of Law and Order, the prevention and detection of crime as well as arresting and bringing offenders to justice.
The CERT.PT is a service integrated in the Portuguese National Cybersecurity Centre that coordinates the response to incidents involving State entities, operators of Critical infrastructures, operators of essential services, digital service providers and, in general, the national cyberspace, including any device belonging to a network or address block attributed to an operator of electronic communications, institution, collective or singular person based, or physically located, in Portuguese territory.
The Trusted Introducer (TI) Service forms the trusted backbone of infrastructure services and serves as clearinghouse for all security and incident response teams. It lists well known teams and accredits as well as certify teams according to their demonstrated and checked level of maturity.
The CSIRTs Network provides a forum where members can cooperate, exchange information and build trust. Members will be able to improve the handling of cross-border incidents and even discuss how to respond in a coordinated manner to specific incidents.