Baseline Capabilities of National/Governmental CERTs
Part 2 is now published– Policy Recommendations
Published on January 27, 2011
Since 2009 ENISA has worked on defining a minimum set of capabilities that a Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) in charge of protecting critical information infrastructures in the European Union Member States (EU MS) should possess in order to take part in and contribute to sustainable cross-border information sharing and cooperation.
In addition to the recommendations on baseline capabilities created in 2009 (Part 1 – Operational Aspects), this year ENISA made further improvements and presents a set of policy recommendations on baseline capabilities of national/governmental CERTs. This document aims at supporting policy- and decision-makers in the EU MS in the establishment of a suitable framework that will enable their national / governmental CERTs to operate properly.
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