CERTs are a crucial pillar of cybersecurity in the Pacific, but they rely on support from teams inside other organizations.
The APNIC security team attended a variety of events last quarter, including the FIRST Cyber Threat Intelligence Summit and the AusCERT 2021 conference.
Tonga’s multi-level approach to cybersecurity sets a great example in the region.
APNIC’s Adli Wahid presented on CERT cooperation and engagement at the CNCERT International Partnership in Emergency Response Conference.
Adli Wahid presented on creating a cyber-resilient culture at OIC-CERT Conference 2020, held online from 23 to 24 November 2020.
Adli Wahid gave a presentation at Sri Lanka CERT Cybersecurity Week, held online from 19 to 22 October 2020.
COVID-19 is not just a serious health threat, it’s a cyber threat as well.
APNIC staff participated in several virtual security-related events, sharing information on topics including RPKI, security attack mitigation and CERT capacity building.
APNIC recently submitted a response to a public consultation issued by the Australian government, about responsible State behaviour in cyberspace, in the context of international security at the United Nations.
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