1. About this site
The information on this site is provided by the Centre for Cybersecurity Belgium (CCB), which is a federal administration directly under the Authority of the Belgian Prime Minister.
In accordance with the Royal decree of 10 October 2014 establishing the Centre for Cybersecurity Belgium, the national Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT.be) is part of the CCB.
2. Use of this site
The CCB makes every effort to ensure that the content it publishes and updates on this site is as up-to-date, accessible, accurate and exhaustive as possible. However, incomplete and/or inaccurate information may appear on this site unintentionally.
The CCB may not be held liable for any harm caused by use of the information on this site.
This site may contain links to sites and/or pages published by third parties. The CCB may not be held liable for any harm resulting from use of the information featured on third-party sites and/or pages. Furthermore, no rights may be derived from information provided by third parties.
3. Intellectual rights
The name and logo “Safeonweb.be” and “Cert.be” are the property of the Centre for Cybersecurity Belgium (Belgian State represented by the Prime Minister).
The texts, layout and images used on this site are protected by copyright legislation. The site is subject to legislation on databases. You may not copy, modify, translate or adapt all or a substantial part of this site, in any form or manner whatsoever, except for the statutory exceptions or with the prior express authorization of the Centre for Cybersecurity Belgium.
Any unlawful use of all or part of this site may give rise to civil and/or criminal prosecution.
4. Privacy and treatment of personal data
The CCB places a great deal of importance on respect for privacy. Although most of the information on this site is available without having to provide personal data, you may be asked to provide personal information in certain cases.
You can find the information related to the protection of your personal data on our "privacy" page.
Belgian law applies to disputes about the conditions for using this site.
The courts of Brussels shall have sole jurisdiction.
6. Changes and updates to the conditions of use
The Centre for Cybersecurity Belgium reserves the right to modify at any time the present conditions of use, without notice or compensation whatsoever. The amended conditions of use will be communicated on the sites Safeonweb.be and Cert.be and will automatically take effect 30 days after their publication on this site.