Emergency Communications Stocktaking

The Emergency Communications Stocktaking project is an initiative of the European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA) to determine how emergency services communicate within their own organisations and with each other in times of emergency or crisis, in order to respond to a serious incident. The aim is to identify how processes and technology might be improved, and to provide guidance to policy makers in Member States and the European Union.


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