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Q-CERT Initiatives

Awareness الكتيبات التوعوية

Q-CERT has publised a set of information security awareness brochures in arabic to raise awarenss of corporate and home endusers on the usage of the internet. 


.أصدر الفريق القطري للاستجابة لطوارئ الحاسب الآلي (كيوسيرت) مجموعة من الكتيبات التوعوية التي تهدف إلى تثقيف مستخدمي أجهزة الكمبيوتر والأجهزة الذكية حول الاستخدام الآمن لشبكة الإنترنت

Meridian Library

In 2010, Qatar successfully hosted the Meridian conference for the first time in Middle East- Africa region. As part of its commitment to the Meridian initiative, Qatar endeavored to develop a CIIP Centre of Excellence with the intent of providing CIIP related information to personnel and practitioners in the domain. The CIIP CoE contains copies of CIIP related legislations from across the world, Strategies published by various countries and global institutions, Best practices and guidelines. The documents are available in English and also in the original regional languages

Q-CERT Malware Lab

The Objective of Q-CERT Malware Lab (Q-LAB) is to build the capability to measure, analysis, and protect from malware threat on National Level. This service is available for Government and Semi-Government IT professional to submit any suspicious files for analysis purpose and the user will receive a comprehensive report for the submitted file.

Q-CERT Public Incident

Q-CERT as National CERT in Qatar expended their core service to public by introducing a new service called "Q-CERT Public Incident Handling [PIH]". The aim for this service was to expand incident response service from Corporate only to Public and to provide enough support related to Cyber Threats.

Q-CERT IREC Extranet

Cyber Security Division has initiated 2 Industry/Sector Related Expert Committees (IRECs), which are essentially groups focused on governance of critical information infrastructure protection (CIIP) per sector. The Energy-IREC and Finance-IREC.

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