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Data and Digital Services

Government ICT Mission Assurance Library

  • Last Updated 04 Jul, 2022
  • Service Type : E-Service
  • Service Mode : Online
  • Service Provider : Ministry of Communications and Information Technology
  • Service Classification : G2B, G2G
  • Topic : Business and Finance, Communications and IT, Employment and Workplace
Intended Audience
Citizen: Business Owner, Employee
Resident: Employee

Service Description

Qatar Computer Emergency Response Team (Q-CERT) at the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT) provides this service to government entities to increase information security knowledge within these entities.

Q-CERT maintains a library of documents related to information security best practices and standards, including GIA Policies and related tools, as well as resiliency and references related to risk assessment. These will be available as a single point of reference for government entities and other interested entities.

Online Instructions

  • Fill out the online form by providing all required information and request's details. 
  • Click on "Submit."

Additional Information

  • You can also view more information on this service on Q-CERT website. 
  • Gov-IREC Membership is required.
  • Upon requesting the service, the following documents are provided:
    • GIA policies and related tools and documents.
    • International policies and standards documents.
    • Documents related to risk assessment and resiliency, including security assessment and penetration testing references.
  • Q-CERT will make every effort to ensure that the documents are current and up to date.

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