Online Incident Reporting

CSIRT Development


Forming an Incident Response Team (IRT)

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CSIRT Training

The following organizations provide a variety of training targeted specifically to CSIRTs including development, design, implementation and operations

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CSIRT Contact Information

Security incidents may arise at any time. Attacks are often launched during non-business hours in an attempt to maximize the potential damage.

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Incident Response Services 24x7

CSIRT provides 24x7 Computer Security Incident Response Services to any user, company, government agency or organization. CSIRT provides a reliable and trusted single point of contact for reporting computer security incidents worldwide.

Definition of an Incident

An event which changes the security posture of an organization or circumvents security polices developed to prevent financial loss and/or the destruction, theft, or compromise of proprietary information. Also, an event investigated by an organization due to unusual activity, that cannot be explained as a consequence of normal operations.

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Incident Reporting

To report an incident to CSIRT please click on the following link

Report an Incident to CSIRT


If you would like further information on services offered by CSIRT, send inquires to Included a brief description of your company and areas served, and we will promptly respond.

CSIRT, can also help you implement and manage a Incident Response Team within your own organization, this is accomplished through standard practices, services and tools.




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