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The '''International Watch and Warning Network''' ('''IWWN''') was established in 2004 to foster international collaboration on addressing [[cyber threat]]s, [[attack]]s, and [[vulnerabilities]]. It provides a mechanism for participating countries to [[information sharing|share information]] to build global [[cyber]] [[situational awareness]] and [[incident response]] capabilities.
 
The '''International Watch and Warning Network''' ('''IWWN''') was established in 2004 to foster international collaboration on addressing [[cyber threat]]s, [[attack]]s, and [[vulnerabilities]]. It provides a mechanism for participating countries to [[information sharing|share information]] to build global [[cyber]] [[situational awareness]] and [[incident response]] capabilities.
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== Participants ==
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Participating entities include:
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'''Australia'''
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* The Attorney-General's Department
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'''Canada'''
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* [[Canadian Cyber Incident Response Centre]] ([[CCIRC]])
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* The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP)
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'''Finland'''
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* [[CERT-FI]]
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'''France'''
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* The Secretariat-General for National Defence (SGDN)
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'''Germany'''
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* The Federal Ministry of the Interior (BMI)
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* The [[Federal Office for Information Security]] ([[BSI]])
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* [[DFN-CERT]]
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* BKA
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'''Hungary'''
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* [[CERT-Hungary]]
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* Hungarian Prime Minister's Office
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'''Italy'''
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* Ministry of Interior — Postal and Communication Police Service
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'''Japan'''
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* [[National Information Security Center]] ([[NISC]])
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* [[Cyber Police]] ([[@police]])
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* National Police Agency (NPA)
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'''The Netherlands'''
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* [[GOVCERT.NL]]
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* The Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations (BZK)
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* National Crime Squad (KLPD)
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'''New Zealand'''
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* [[Centre for Critical Infrastructure Protection]] ([[CCIP]])
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'''Norway'''
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* [[NorCERT]]
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'''Sweden'''
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* Swedish Emergency Management Agency (SEMA)
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* [[Swedish IT Incident Centre]] ([[SITIC]])
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* Post & Telestyrelsen (PTS)
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'''Switzerland'''
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* [[Reporting and Analysis Centre for Information Assurance]] ([[MELANI]])
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'''United Kingdom'''
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* [[CESG]]
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* [[Serious Organised Crime Agency]] ([[SOCA]])
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* [[Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure]] ([[CPNI]])
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'''United States'''
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* [[National Cyber Security Division]] ([[NCSD]])
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* [[United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team]] ([[US-CERT]])
 
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[[Category:International]]
 
[[Category:Security]]
 
[[Category:Security]]

Revision as of 18:20, 22 November 2010

Definition

The International Watch and Warning Network (IWWN) was established in 2004 to foster international collaboration on addressing cyber threats, attacks, and vulnerabilities. It provides a mechanism for participating countries to share information to build global cyber situational awareness and incident response capabilities.

Participants

Participating entities include:

Australia

  • The Attorney-General's Department

Canada

Finland

France

  • The Secretariat-General for National Defence (SGDN)

Germany

Hungary

Italy

  • Ministry of Interior — Postal and Communication Police Service

Japan

The Netherlands

  • GOVCERT.NL
  • The Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations (BZK)
  • National Crime Squad (KLPD)

New Zealand

Norway

Sweden

Switzerland

United Kingdom

United States

   * National Cyber Security Division (NCSD)
   * United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT)
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