“ A public agency
contributing to the overall
security of the digital society.
because it's always
a matter of security ”

Our identity
acting as a trusted partner

INCERT is a center of expertise providing products and services based on knowledge and experience acquired in cryptography, PKI, eTravel documents, cyber security and artificial intelligence. INCERT is representing Luxembourg at international standardisation committees within information security domains.

INCERT is a public agency mainly responsible for critical IT infrastructures. As a consequence, INCERT has developed operational and quality processes to manage these infrastructures that are PKI driven and requiring long-term lifecycles.

Our highly skilled team of security professionals and our management organization allow us to deliver the higher level of quality of services to all of our collaborations, with public and private sectors.

INCERT has also the capability to design IT infrastructures combining innovative technologies with proven ones. INCERT’s role is also to advise on the best practices to make possible a secure use of emerging technologies used within the era of Internet of Everything (IoT, Connected cars, Biometry for examples).

news and activities

L’AUTHENTIFICATION UTILISATEUR, BIOMÉTRIE OU NON ?

Un rapport publié en janvier par le Forum Économique Mondial (FEM), en collaboration avec FIDO (Fast IDentity Online) Alliance, explique que des solutions alternatives aux traditionnels mots de passe existent et offrent une authentification utilisateur plus sûre et efficace aux organisations.

VÉHICULES CONNECTÉS: SÉCURITÉ OU OCCASION MANQUÉE

La voiture autonome fait l’objet de nombreuses projections vers un déploiement de masse, avec des véhicules toujours plus intelligents. Une étape majeure concerne les échanges d’informations en temps réel entre véhicules et équipements routiers. La cybersécurité est au cœur des enjeux.

INCERT LAUNCHED ID ISSUER SYSTEMS FOR LUXEMBOURG AND BELGIUM RELATED TO THE TRACEABILITY OF TOBACCO PRODUCTS

In the context of the new European Union Regulation which is in place since May 2019 and aim to track all tobacco products in circulation (CIR 2018/574), a unique identifier shall be assigned to any tobacco product which is provided by a national ID issuer.