Good Practice Guide on Cooperatve Models for Effective PPPs

This Good Practice Guide on Cooperative Models for Effective Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) classifies PPPs for security and resilience and reveals the main five components addressing Why, Who, How, What and When questions associated with creating and maintaining PPPs. The Guide collects data from both public and private sector stakeholders across 20 countries and follows the results from 30 questionnaires and 15 interviews carried out to consolidate and validate a PPP taxonomy, presented in a Desktop Research Report also published in this website. The clarity of purpose and approached followed by the Guide will help stakeholders to easily choose those aspects that will add value to their endeavours in setting up and running PPPs. To this end, 36 recommendations are included in the Guide on how to build successfully Public Private Partnerships for resilient IT security.

Published
October 01, 2011
Authors
ENISA
Language
English

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