US-CERT


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US-CERTUnited States Computer Emergency Readiness Team
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Click here for US-CERT recommendations for ICS protection.
With valid credentials, the threat actors are able to masquerade as authorized users in environments that use single-factor authentication," the US-CERT alert states.
Refer to the US-CERT Tip Using Caution with Email Attachments for more information on safely handling email attachments.
NCC works with both US-CERT and ICS-CERT to monitor and resolve issues impacting cyber and communications during an emergency.
The US-CERT group has released an alert saying that Java 7 Update 10 and the previous versions of the software come with the zero day vulnerability that allows attackers to remotely run arbitrary code.
Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) to ensure the fast, accurate exchange of information about security incidents affecting the Department's foreign affairs networks and those of other federal agencies.
Since the early 1990s, from the Defense Advanced Research Project Agency's (DARPAs) push for CERT/CC to the establishment of US-CERT by DHS, the federal government has initiated multiple efforts for cyber security and CSIR (Ellis, Fisher, Longstaff, Pesante, & Pethia, 1997; White House, 2009; Wilshusen, 2011).
The United States and India signed on July 19, 2011, a Memorandum of Understanding between our Computer Emergency Response Teams (CERT-IN and US-CERT) to exchange information on cyber attacks and mutual response to cyber security incidents, to cooperate on cyber security technology, and to exchange information on cybersecurity policy and best practices and capacity building and exchange of experts.
The United States and India signed on 19 July 2011 a Memorandum of Understanding between our Computer Emergency Response Teams (CERT-IN and US-CERT) to exchange information on cyber attacks and mutual response to cybersecurity incidents, to cooperate on cybersecurity technology, and to exchange information on cybersecurity policy and best practices and capacity building and exchange of experts.
Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) (www.us-cert.gov/nav/rcport_phishing.html) is collecting phishing e-mail messages and website locations to help people avoid becoming victims of phishing scams.
Computer Emergency Response Team (US-CERT) within one hour; (4) concurrently, send an e-mail to PII.Reporting@us.army.mil to inform Army leadership; (5) and report to the Army FOIA/Privacy Office within twenty-four hours.