As the Army's global eyes and ears in Cyberspace, the A-GNOSC, in coordination with Army computer emergency response teams, actively monitors and defends Army networks around the clock throughout the year.
What does ACERT stand for?
ACERT stands for Army Computer Emergency Response Team
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Military and Government
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We have 3 other meanings of ACERT in our Acronym Attic
- Australian Centre for Economic Research on Health (Australian National University; Canberra, Australia)
- Australian Close Encounter Resource Network
- Aberdeen Centre for Energy Regulation and Obesity (Aberdeen University; Aberdeen, Wales, UK)
- Accuracy and Coverage Evaluation Regional Office (US Census Bureau)
- Advanced Communications-Electronics Requirements Plan
- Alberta/Canada Energy Resources Research Fund
- AIDS Clinical and Epidemiology Research Review Branch (US NIH)
- American Ceramic Society
- Advanced Combustion Emissions Reduction Technology
- American Clean Energy Resources Trust (Kanab, UT)
- Army Contaminated Equipment Retrograde Team
- Association of Campus Emergency Response Teams (est. 1996; London, Ontario, Canada)
- Army Computer Emergency Response Team Coordination Center
- Archbishops’ Certificate in Church Music
- Access Certificates for Electronic Services
- Access Control and Environmental System
- Access Control Enrollment Station
- Access Control/Entry System
- Accounting Enrichment Society
- Accuracy Evaluation System
Samples in periodicals archive:
The combined resources of the ANOSC and the Army Computer Emergency Response Team, collocated at Fort Belvoir, Va.
At an appropriate time and after suitable analysis, this data may support efforts to protect our information and computer networks through Army Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) computer network defense efforts, additional CI or HUMINT operations, or form the basis for computer network operations target development.