Talking to BSS, Dr Vilius Benetis, head of NRD Cyber Security (CS) - an international company dealing with the cyber security issues in many countries including Bangladesh, said setting up of BGD e-Gov CIRT, developing skills manpower and partnering in information sharing on attacks, new methods of defence and raise awareness of the users of digital Bangladesh are glaring example of such acts.
'Bangladesh not only identifies focus areas for resources and effort by deploying Cyber Security Capacity Maturity Model for Nations (CMM), but also takes concrete actions which indicate the commitment to increasing cyber security maturity," Vilius said, adding, "The establishment of BGD e-Gov CIRT is a glaring example of an action that has already made visible impact." He said Bangladesh like other countries has been successfully building and modernizing its digital infrastructures - government information systems, registers, electronic services for citizens, businesses and for international cooperation.
Most of the 26 investigations the state Department of Human Services has launched under Oregon's six-year-old Critical Incident Response Team, or CIRT, mandate have targeted cases where children died or were severely injured in the hands of their biological parents.
The CIRT process is designed to review agency actions related to child abuse cases and to propose policy changes that could avert future tragedies.
If a company plans to establish a computer incident response team (CIRT), getting management support is critical to ensuring that the team will have adequate funding and authority, says E.
The CIRT team is not there to establish the security baseline, as that should have already been established by staff network security specialists.
One of the first things CIRT members should do is establish a center where family members can gather during the crisis.
A CIRT member should work with families to develop a gatekeeper system.