Warning, Advice and Reporting Point (WARP), is a cost-effective, trusted environment where members of a community can enhance their information security by sharing cyber threat and vulnerability information.
The WARP programme wascreated in 2002 by the National Infrastructure Security Coordination Centre (NISCC), now part of the Centre for Protection of National Infrastructure (CPNI), to allow WARP members to receive and share up to date cyber threat information and share best practice. WARPs are now provided by CERT-UK, becoming part of their wider strategy for supporting trusted information sharing. As of January 2015, all new WARP communities in the UK will be created via CiSP, CERT-UK’s Cyber-security Information Sharing Partnership.
Since CERT-UK took ownership for WARP you might have noticed a few changes to the way the site looks and works. The new website does result in some changes that users will need to be aware of.
Some content from the old site has not been moved across, but if you still require access to any of the information previously available you can view the archived site by clicking here.