CERT.LV reached out to international partners to form a joint cyber team with the Canadian Military Cyber Forces, the Communications Security Establishment’s Canadian Centre for Cyber Security (Cyber Centre), the Belgian Military Cyber Command, and the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) to conduct a threat hunting operation in Latvian critical infrastructure.
Video recordings are available from the cyber security conference "CyberChess 2022", which took place from October 4-5.
Registration has been opened for the cybersecurity conference CyberChess 2022, which, for the first time, on the 4th and 5th of October will happen in a ‘hybrid’ format – this means that participants will have the option of attending the conference either online or on-site in the H2O6 halls, Aisteres street 2.
Changes in our daily routines continued to affect us all in 2021, and before we get down to the next tasks in the rapidly changing cyberspace, we invite you to take a look back at the past year altogether.
CERT.LV, the Information Technology Security Incident Response Institution of Latvia, and Canadian cyber protection experts have successfully implemented a threat hunting operation to assess the integrity of national information and communication networks.
In the framework of the European Commission’s project Joint Threat Analysis Network (JTAN) CERT.LV has developed a tool to access multiple independent data sources from a common UI and show data relations as a graph. The Graphoscope has been published in GitHub on 9 December 2021.