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Data and Digital Services

Critical Information Infrastructure Protection Interdependency Database

  • Last Updated 17 Feb, 2021
  • Service Type : E-Service
  • Service Mode : Online
  • Service Provider : Ministry of Transport and Communications
  • Service Classification : G2C, G2B, G2G
  • Topic : Communications and IT
Intended Audience
Visitor:Business Owner
Citizen:Parent, Business Owner, Employee
Resident:Parent, Employee

Service Description

Qatar's Computer Emergency Response Team (Q-CERT) at the Ministry of Transport and Communications (MoTC) provides to the academia and government entities a Critical Information Infrastructure Database as a central repository of all existing critical sector organizations in Qatar, including key processes and their criticality levels.

The CIIP Database will map inter dependencies and interrelations between various critical information assets in the country, across all critical sectors.

Online Instructions

  • Enter your full name, email and contact number.
  • Clarify your request, enter the code in the image, then click on “Submit”.

Additional Information

  • It is important to understand the relations between the identified entities, map information assets and systems and define dependencies.
  • Critical Sector Organizations (CSOs) shall complete a survey with the help of CIIP team, then data is analyzed and added to the Data Base.
  • Q-CERT undertakes the following:
  • Understanding interdependencies between mapped entities, information assets and systems. CSOs can complete a survey with the help of the CIIP team to generate a report that focuses on their criticality to the national information infrastructure and related interdependencies.

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