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ENISA meets cyber-experts to plan Cyber Europe 2018

ENISA, the EU cybersecurity agency has hosted the main planning conference for Cyber Europe 2018, the most important cybersecurity exercise in the European Union.

Published on October 18, 2017

Some 40 experts from national cybersecurity authorities met on 17 and 18 October at ENISA’s premises in Athens to discuss about and agree upon the core plan and scenario of next year’s Cyber Europe exercise.

The fruitful discussions held are key in the process of developing another successful exercise plan within the Cyber Europe series.

Since 2010, the EU cybersecurity agency ENISA has been responsible for organising the pan-European exercise called Cyber Europe every two years.

Cyber Europe is a series of cyber-incident and crisis management exercises destined to both public and private sectors within the European Union and EFTA Member States.

These exercises are simulations of large-scale cybersecurity incidents that escalate into cyber crises. The exercises offer the participants opportunities to analyse advanced technical cybersecurity incidents, crisis management and strategic communication between member states.


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