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CIAC

(Computer Incident Advisory Capability) A group within the U.S. Department of Energy (DoE) that serves as the department's computer emergency response team (CERT) and makes its bulletins and documents available to the public. See CERT.
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Apple Macintosh computers don't appear to be vulnerable to the program, said Bill Orvis, a member of the Energy Department's Computer Incident Advisory Capability team, headquartered at Lawrence Livermore Laboratories.
Hoaxbusters, part of the Department of Energy's Computer Incident Advisory Capability (CIAC), which helps the DOE handle computer security problems, explains how to recognize a hoax.

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