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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.
 
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.
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AFCERT is now part of the [[Air Force Network Operations and Security Center Network Security Division]] ([[AFNOSC/NSD]]).
 
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Revision as of 02:48, 14 June 2011

Overview

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 incidents and vulnerabilities. The AFCERT has computer scientists, computer analysts, engineers, programmers, intelligence operators, database experts, displays experts and a representative from the Air Force Office of Special Investigations.

AFCERT is now part of the Air Force Network Operations and Security Center Network Security Division (AFNOSC/NSD).