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== Definition ==
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== Overview ==
   
 
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.

Revision as of 05:48, 23 December 2010

Overview

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

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