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The US Government-run Computer Emergency Readiness Team, US-CERT, has cautioned not to open any malicious links or attachments.
To help small businesses tackle this problem, US-CERT and the MultiState Information Sharing and Analysis Center have joined forces to present a series of free national Webcasts.
The task forces were formed in December at the National Cyber Security Summit, organized by US-CERT, a partnership of the DHS and the private sector inspired by the White House's February 2003 National Strategy to Secure Cyberspace.
If a crisis arises, the solution supports real-time situational awareness by connecting to external sources such as FEMA and US-CERT, and tracking social media platforms to provide emergency alerts and crisis updates in real time.
US-CERT (United States-Computer Emergency Readiness Team), the working arm of Department of Homeland Security, issued an advisory that the flawed Java software made PCs vulnerable to attacks from cyber-criminals.
This comes at a time when cyber attacks on government computer networks spiked 40 percent last year, according to US-CERT, the United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team.
Funded both by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and stakeholders, EWAN would look to create a "network of early-warning networks" by involving a wide variety of players, from critical infrastructure information sharing and analysis centers (ISACs) and the FBI's InfraGard program to the DHS's US-CERT.
An operational arm of US Department of Homeland Security, US-CERT (United States- Computer Emergency Readiness Team) (http://www.