The Second ENISA International Conference on Cyber-Crisis Cooperation and Exercises was a unique, high-profile international event to directly support the new Cyber Security Strategy of the European Union. In addition it contributed to assist many stakeholders and constituents in their efforts to establish a more coherent cyber security policy. Finally, the conference was a success as a key knowledge sharing platform both for national and governmental level cyber security experts. It also facilitated debate and information exchange, and offered networking opportunities for both technical experts as well as executive level stakeholders. The conference took place in Athens, 23-24th September.
The objectives of the Conference were:
a) to exchange good practices in the field of international cyber-crisis cooperation and cyber exercises;
b) to bring together the stakeholders that organise and have experience in cyber-crisis cooperation and cyber exercises in order to enable/enhance cooperation between them; and
c) to identify gaps and challenges in the field of international cyber-crisis cooperation and in cyber exercises.
For the full report: 2nd International Conference on Cyber-crisis Cooperation & Exercises
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