The Executive Director advised Member States and the private sector to work closely together to implement these cyber security strategies. This should be done through sharing of information, deployment of good practices (e.g. on incident reporting and handling) and national exercises. He also urged all Member States to establish and operate governmental CERTs (Computer Emergency Response Teams) the 'digital fire brigades'. Bringing national CERTs together to co-operate and share information is necessary to respond to national, pan European or even global incidents and threats.
ENISA will continue underpinning Member States and private sector efforts to enhance the resilience and security of their networks. This year ENISA will plan and execute the first pan European exercise. Additionally, the Agency develops a number of good practices and works with Member States to deploy them.
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