Interoperable EU Risk Management Frameworks

Pre Information Notice

Apr 22, 2021

Negotiated procedure: maximum budget €50.000

ENISA is continuing its contribution to Risk Management by collecting, analysing and classifying information in the area of emerging and current risks and the evolving threat environment. The target group of this area is users (e.g. experts) interested in getting insight on Risk Management, finding out more on methods to mitigate risk and seeking to apply cutting edge Risk Management practices to their organisation.

In the light of this effort, ENISA is launching a dedicated project to foster interoperable European Risk Management (RM) practices.

The main aim of this project is to facilitate the uptake of coordinated and interoperable RM frameworks by proposing an EU wide Interoperable Risk Management Framework with consistent methodology and risk assessment practices among Member States.

Ideally, this effort will reduce barriers of coordination and enable cross-border, cross-sector cooperation to address shared cyber threats.

The report produced as an outcome of this project will help:

- The mapping of RM frameworks and the updating of the ENISA RM database.

- Identifying success stories of sector bound frameworks and converting them in open formats ready to be used.

- Identifying prominent existing RM frameworks that can easily become interoperable so that MS can extend and customize to their needs.

- Creating a basic toolbox that will help implement the interoperability of the European Risk Management Framework with consistent methodology and risk assessment practices among Member States.

If you are interested in being invited to take part in this upcoming tender procedure, then please click on the Title link above and select 'submit your interest' before the deadline

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