XVI STIC CCN-CERT Conference / IV Cyberdefense Conference: ESPDEF-CERT. Organizers
The CCN-CERT (www.ccn-cert.cni.es) is the Information Security Incident Response Capability of the National Cryptologic Centre, CCN (www.ccn.cni.es). This service was created in 2006 as the Spanish Governmental/National CERT and its functions are set out in Law 11/2002 regulating the National Intelligence Centre, RD 421/2004 regulating the CCN and RD 3/2010, of 8 January, regulating the National Security Scheme (ENS), modified by RD 951/2015, of 23 October.
According to all of them, the CCN-CERT is responsible for managing cyber incidents that affect public sector systems, companies and organisations of strategic interest to the country and any classified system. Its mission, therefore, is to contribute to the improvement of Spanish cybersecurity, being the national alert and response centre that cooperates and helps to respond quickly and efficiently to cyberattacks and to actively face cyber-threats.
More information: https://www.ccn-cert.cni.es
Mando Conjunto del Ciberespacio (MCCE)
The MCCE is the body responsible for planning, directing, coordinating, controlling and executing actions to ensure the freedom of action of the Armed Forces in the cyberspace field. To fulfill its mission, it will plan, direct, coordinate, control and execute military operations in cyberspace, in accordance with the operational plans in force. Within the scope of these operations, it will carry out the necessary actions to guarantee the survival of the critical physical, logical and virtual elements for Defense and the Armed Forces. Likewise, it will provide CIS support to the EMAD structure and will be responsible for the encryption teams and the assigned crypto keys.
More information: https://emad.defensa.gob.es/unidades/mcce/