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The European Union Military Staff visits ENISA

A delegation from the European Union Military Staff (EUMS) visited the EU Agency for Cybersecurity today for an initial discussion on how ENISA and EUMS are approaching the areas of cybersecurity exercises, support for policy development and trainings.

Published on October 08, 2019

The discussion was an open exchange of information and ideas with the intention of avoiding unnecessary redundancy and exploiting synergies of approach. Discussions touched upon many of the topics covered by the MoU between ENISA, CERT EU, EDA and EC3 and also allowed the two organisations to share lessons learned in the areas of cybersecurity exercises and training. Approaches to threat/risk analysis and evaluation of future technology challenges were also discussed.

The EUMS is the source of the military expertise within the European External Action Service (EEAS). The role of the EUMS is to provide early warning, situation assessment, strategic planning, communications and information systems, concept development, training & education, and support of partnerships.


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