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National Computer Security Incident Response Teams (CSIRTs)

A computer emergency response team (CSIRT) with National Responsibility (or "National CSIRT") is a CSIRT that is designated by a country or economy to have specific responsibilities in cyber protection for the country or economy. A National CSIRT can be inside or outside of government, but must be specifically recognized by the government as having responsibility in the country or economy.

List of National CSIRTs

Abbreviation Name Country
DZ-CERT Algerian Computer Emergency Response Team Algeria
aeCERT Arab Emirates Computer Emergency Response Team United Arab Emirates
GovCERT.AT Austrian Government Computer Emergency Response Team Austria
CERT.GOV.AZ Azerbaijan Government CERT Azerbaijan
bdCERT Bangladesh Computer Emergency Response Team Bangladesh
BGD e-GOV CIRT Bangladesh e-Government Computer Incident Response Team Bangladesh
BruCERT Brunei Computer Emergency Response Team Brunei Darussalam
CERT Bulgaria Bulgarian Computer Security Incidents Response Team Bulgaria
CCIRC Canadian Cyber Incident Response Center Canada
CARICERT Caribbean CERT Curacao
CTIR Gov Center for the Treatment of Security Incidents on Computer Networks Brazil
KrCERT/CC CERT Coordination Center of Korea Korea South
GOVCERT.LU CERT Gouvernemental Luxembourg
CERT-KG CERT-Kyrgyzstan