The objective is to create a community gathering all the major actors and their expertise under a unique label and platform: cert.lu. It is not only important for the local market but also when representing Luxembourg abroad.
This Code of Conduct is based on ENISA's Good Practice Guide for Incident Management, Annex II - CSIRT Code of Practice
By joining, you can gain from an additional national visibility, share and exchange with your CERT colleagues and benefit from the cyber threat exchange platforms.
CERT members of the cert.lu initiative:
European Union anti-Phishing Initiative is an european project to detect and block phishing websites. cert.lu members participate in the project.
Passive DNS is a database storing historical DNS records from various resources including malware analysis or partners. The DNS historical data is indexed, which makes it searchable for incident handlers, security analysts or researchers.
MISP is a cyber threat sharing platform. Members from public and private sectors can exchange indicators of compromise in order to detect, prevent or response to security incident.