CERT-Hungary is the governmental CSIRT of Hungary. It operates within the Theodore Puskas Foundation. CERT-Hungary started its operation on January 2005. With effect of January 2010, CERT-Hungary is the National Cybersecurity Center of Hungary, designated by a Government Decree. CERT-Hungary coordinates preventative work and responses against IT security breaches aimed at critical infrastructure in Hungary. The work of CERT-Hungary is supervised by the Prime Minister's Office.
CERT-Hungary’s tasks include:
In order to be effective in response against cyber threats, CERT-Hungary builds active cooperation with national and international counterparts, takes part in the efforts of international CSIRT and CIIP organizations.
Some of the most important Hungarian partners include:
Memberships, accreditations to international CSIRT and CIIP forums include: