Definitions for "CERT"
omputer mergency esponse eam: or CIRT (* Incident *) a team of full-time CO level computer operatives, part of who's job is to investigate and report on intrusive or obstructive behaviour by an IT resource. From a mis-configured machine broadcasting to the world, to a machine being probed or scanned, or a machine probing others, etc. CAV-CERT is the Cavendish Laboratory version of the UCS CERT and JANET CERT.
Computer Emergency Response Team. The CERT Coordination Center is the organization that grew from the computer emergency response team formed by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) in November 1988 in response to the needs identified during the Internet worm incident. The CERT charter is to work with the Internet community to facilitate its response to computer security events involving Internet hosts, to take proactive steps to raise the community's awareness of computer security issues, and to conduct research targeted at improving the security of existing systems.
Computer Emergency Response Team WWWebfx Home Page
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Certainty as in horse racing. Normally preceeds a discarded limp docket and a cry of "'kenweehurye" as a cultural cleansing chant.
Centre d'Etudes et de Recherches de Toulouse.
Centre of Excellence for Applied research and Training, part of the Higher Colleges of Technology
(Certificate of Authentication) States if an edition comes with a certificate or not. Typically limited editions (numbered art) comes with a certificate (YES). Open editions (art without numbering, posters) do not have a certificate (n/a).
Keywords:  absolute, dead, it
an absolute certainty; "it's a dead cert"
Keywords:  door, opener
a door opener
Keywords:  authority
Keywords:  ssl, another, name
Another name for an SSL certificate.