CERT.GOV.GE operates under Data Exchange Agency of the Ministry of Justice of Georgia and is responsible of handling critical incidents that occur within Georgian Governmental Networks and critical infrastructure. CERT.GOV.GE started its operations in January, 2011. Since the National CERT does not operate in Georgia at this moment, CERT.GOV.GE handles all critical computer incidents, which occur in the country.
CERT.GOV.GE specializes in identifying, registering and analyzing critical computer incidents, issues recommendations and conducts prompt responses to such occurrences.
CERT.GOV.GE’s activities are important for minimizing critical computer incidents throughout the country.
CERT.GOV.GE plays a significant role in rising the awareness of information security issues within the country.
· Alerts and warnings;
· Incident handling;
· Security audits and assessments;
· Educational trainings and workshops;
· Intrusion detection services.