What is sgCERT?
Sabah Government Computer Emergency Response Team (sgCERT) was formed with the objectives below:
To minimize the adverse effect of security incidents.
To educate users of ICT assets on security measures.
To provide a mechanism for reporting of security incidents so that remedial action can be taken quickly.
To ensure that ICT security measures / guidelines are adhered to by users.
One of the desired features of an electronic government is to guarantee that:
confidential data held in the system is fully protected.
network protected from unauthorized access, malicious attack and loss of data integrity.
Therefore, security policies need to be defined.
to protect the vast ICT assets of the government.
to provide better and faster responses to security incidents.
To provide incident, vulnerability and artifact handling services to the state public sector.
To disseminate security alerts and warnings towards strengthening the ICT security of the state public sector.
To advise the State Government on the development of human resources to ensure successful implementation of ICT security measures.
To co-ordinate and monitor the implementation of ICT security measures among State public agencies.
To audit the State's ICT assets so that security measures/guidelines are adhered to.
To carry out R&D on ICT security technologies.
Report an Incident
Please forward your case to one of the contacts below:
Tel: 088-272249 / 272257(office hours)
State Computer Service Department
Locked Beg 2057, Wisma Kewangan
88999 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia.
In the write-up, please include your name, contact, required assistance and details of the incident.