Bhutan Computer Incident Response Team (BtCIRT) is a part of Department of Information Technology and Telecom, Ministry of Information and Communication. BtCIRT mission is to enhance cyber security in Bhutan by enabling cyber security information coordination and by establishing computer security incident handling capabilities within the country. The BtCIRT’s mandate has been approved by the Lhengye Zhungtshog/Cabinet vide Government order number C-2/104/310 dated 20th May 2016.The team has commenced its operation from April 2016. For detailed mandate and roles of the team, click here.

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  • Chrome Security Updates

    Chrome version 62.0.3202.62  has been released to address multiple vulnerabilities in earlier version of  Windows, Mac, and Linux.  If left unpatched, attackers could exploit them and gain complete control of the website. Therefore, BtCIRT recommends users and administrators to review Chrome Releases for more details and apply necessary updates immediately. Patch and be Protected.read more »
  • Security Update from Cisco

    Cisco has released updates to address vulnerabilities affecting earlier version of multiple products. If left unpatched, attackers could exploit them and gain complete control of the website. Therefore, BtCIRT recommends users and administrators to review Cisco security Updates for more details and apply necessary updates immediately. Patch and be Protected.read more »
  • Oracle Critical Patch Update

    Oracle Critical Patch Update Advisory – October 2017 has been released   to address 252 vulnerabilities across multiple products. . If left unpatched, attackers could exploit them and gain complete control of the website. Therefore, BtCIRT recommends users and administrators to review Critical Patch Update  for more details and apply necessary updates immediately. Patch and be Protected.read more »
  • KRACK Attack

    A new type of attack known as KRACK(Key Reinstallation AttaCKs)  was discovered by Mathy Vanhoef of imec-DistriNet which, essentially is  a vulnerability in the WPA2 protocol, which till date was considered as a secure protocol for  Wi-Fi connection. Thus, it affects all products that support WiFi. BtCIRT  recommends users and administrators  to keep  your devices updated with the patch the vendors provide as soon as they are released and make sure to use HTTPS while transmitting sensitive information. More details about the attack are available at: ABC News …read more »
  • Microsoft Security updates

    Microsoft has released security updates dated 16/10/17. If left unpatched, attackers could exploit them and gain complete control of the website. Therefore, BtCIRT recommends users and administrators to review  Security updates summary   for more details and apply necessary updates immediately. Patch and be Protected.  read more »