Belgian Cybersecurity Centre to take over CERT.be from 2017

Monday 19 September 2016 | 11:13 CET | News
The Belgian government has approved the transfer of the CERT.be team from Belnet to the Cybersecurity Centre from 01 January 2017. The research network operator Belnet has handled the cyber emergency response team since 2009, and the Cybersecurity Centre was created in late 2014 to develop a more coordinated response to cybersecurity threats in Belgium. Belnet said it will work with the CyberSecurity Centre on the transition in the coming months. Belnet said its customers will still benefit from the CERT.be services and develop its own security services further, based on feedback from

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