New report as result of closer ENISA/Europol cooperation from the joint annual workshop for Computer Emergency Response Teams in Europe
Today, ENISA publishes its brief report on the annual ENISA workshop for Computer Emergency Response Teams in Europe “CERTs in Europe”. This workshop has been organised every year since 2005.
Published on November 18, 2013
The first part of this year's workshop focused on hands-on technical training for non- governmental CERTs in Europe. In doing so, ENISA strengthens CERTs capabilities in the EU Member States by sharing good operational practice and by facilitating suitable training and exercises.
Part II of the workshop, the ENISA/EC3 workshop, is a follow up event to last years's workshop with Europol. It has the same focus on cooperation between n/g CERTs in Europe and their national law enforcement counterparts. This year's topic was automated information sharing.
The public part of this meeting was summarised in the 8th ENISA Workshop ‘CERTs in Europe’ report
In 2011, ENISA started to collaborate with Europol and the first joint workshop was held in Prague the same year. The next years the annual ENISA workshop was split in two parts, one part aimed only at n/g CERTs that had a more technical focus and one part aimed at both n/g CERTs and law enforcement representatives, organised together with Europol. The topic of the latter meetings was the cooperation in the fight against cybercrime.
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