Bangladesh Government’s e-Government Computer Incident Response Team (BGD e-GOV CIRT), currently serving as the National CIRT of Bangladesh (N-CERT) with responsibilities including but not limited to receiving, reviewing, and responding to computer security incidents and activities in territory of Bangladesh as well as keeping close collaboration with international partners to secure the cyberspace of Bangladesh. BGD e-GOV CIRT reviews and takes necessary measures to resolve the issues with broad cybersecurity ramifications, conducts research & development and provides guidance on security threats & vulnerabilities. BGD e-GOV CIRT also work with various Government Agencies, Critical Information Infrastructures (CII), Financial Organizations, Law Enforcement Agencies (LEA), Academia & Civil Societies to help improving the cybersecurity landscape of Bangladesh. BGD e-GOV CIRT has a very strong tie with international organizations and cybersecurity communities and working as a focal point for Bangladesh for trans-border cyber issues.
BGD e-GOV CIRT has a service catalog of its own which lists all the services provided by the team on payment basis. Click to view Service Catalogue.
Honourable Prime Minister
Sajeeb Wazed Joy
Adviser to Hon’ble PM for ICT Affairs
Zunaid Ahmed Palak
Hon’ble State Minister
N M Zeaul Alam
Tarique M Barkatullah
DESCRIPTION Multiple vulnerabilities have been discovered in Microsoft Edge, the most severe of which could allow for arbitrary code execution. Microsoft Edge is a web browser used to access the Internet. Successful exploitation of the most severe of these vulnerabilities could allow an attacker to execute arbitrary code in the...
DESCRIPTION Multiple vulnerabilities have been discovered in iCloud for Windows and macOS. The most severe of these vulnerabilities could allow for arbitrary code execution. macOS is a desktop operating system for Macintosh computers. iCloud is a cloud storage service that can be used on Windows computers. Successful exploitation of the...
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Introduction Fileless malware attack is on the rise, and it’s one of the foremost important digital infiltration threats to companies, according to Symantec’s 2019 Internet Security Threat Report. The magnitude of this threat is usually seen within the Report’s finding that malicious PowerShell scripts — one of the key components...
The OIC-CERT Drill An annual event for the OIC-CERT member teams with the objectives to: Test the communication capabilities of the members’ point of contacts. Check the processes and procedures in managing contingencies. Test the technical competencies of participating teams. Simulate cross border cooperation in mitigating information security incidents. The...
The proliferation of technology has paved way for us to consume various services from ordering food online, to communicating with our loved once via social media. As all of the services we access via the internet are usually separate entities, we need to provide password for every website. Although many...
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