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== Overview ==
 
== Overview ==
   
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The '''Air Force Computer Emergency Response Team''' ('''AFCERT''') primary responsibility is the coordination of [[Air Force Information Warfare Center]] technical resources to [[assess]], analyze and assist in the handling of [[computer security]] [[incident]]s and [[vulnerabilities]]. The AFCERT has [[computer scientist]]s, computer analysts, engineers, [[programmer]]s, [[intelligence]] operators, [[database]] experts, [[display]]s experts and a representative from the Air Force Office of Special Investigations.
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The '''Air Force Computer Emergency Response Team''' ('''AFCERT''') primary responsibility is the coordination of [[Air Force Information Warfare Center]] technical resources to assess, analyze and assist in the handling of [[computer security]] [[incident]]s and [[vulnerabilities]]. The AFCERT has computer scientists, computer analysts, engineers, [[programmer]]s, [[intelligence]] operators, [[database]] experts, displays experts and a representative from the Air Force Office of Special Investigations.
   
 
AFCERT is now known as the [[33rd Network Warfare Squadron]].
 
AFCERT is now known as the [[33rd Network Warfare Squadron]].

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