Tunisia Online News
January 8, 2009
According to the online business news website, African Manager, the
Tunisian National Computer Security Agency (ANSI) has recently signed an
assistance contract with its South African counterpart, COMSEC, to help
set up a treatment centre of computer vulnerability and incidents, in
view of the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa.
The contract of a value of 80,000 Euros (140,000 dinars) was signed
during a visit by COMSEC executives to Tunisia.
The platform which was developed on the basis of open source software,
is the work of Tunisian technicians working for ANSI.
The assistance involves the purchase of technical solutions, the setting
up of monitoring work procedures as well as of the establishment of a
CERT (Computer Emergency Response Team) and the Label "First", prior to
the World Cup that South Africa will host in 2010.
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