Brazil has established a cyber-attack response network that aims to improve response times to cyber-attacks and vulnerabilities by coordinating efforts among federal government agencies.
The Federal Cyber Incident Management Network, which was established by a presidential decree signed on July 16, will include the president’s Institutional Security Office as well as all federal government agencies and businesses. On a voluntary basis, public firms, mixed capital companies, and their subsidiaries can join the network.
Through the government’s Center for Prevention, Treatment, and Response to Cybersecurity Incidents, the network will be coordinated by the Information Security Department of the president’s Office of Institutional Security.
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