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Report/Study Troff document Cyber Europe 2012 - Key Findings Report
Cyber Europe was the biggest pan-European cyber security exercise to date. This report gives the key findings from ENISA.
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Report/Study Troff document (with manpage macros) Common practices of EU-level crisis management and applicability to the cyber crises
Despite a number of initiatives within the European Network and Information Security community to establish frameworks and standard operating procedures, the EU-level response to cyber incidents, and in particular these which lead to crisis situations, lacks consistency. Today, should a crisis arise from a large-scale cyber incident, Member States would lack a harmonised framework to effectively respond to the challenges posed by this incident. Based on detailed analysis of five different EU-level crisis management frameworks, this report highlights those lessons learnt from years of crisis management in five different sectors which would be applicable to the cyber domain, and provides a series of key recommendations regarding EU-level priorities to alter the outcome of the next cyber crisis.
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File PDF document EN_INTEGR_POLITICAL_CRISIS_2013web.pdf
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ENISA strategies for efficient incident response and coordination towards cyber threats
ENISA has produced a document as part of its support to Working Group 2 of the NIS platform in the field of information exchange and incident coordination, including incident reporting and risks metrics for information exchange.
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Press Release Cyber Europe 2016: the pan-European exercise to protect EU Infrastructures against coordinated cyber-attack
Safeguarding Europe’s Digital Market through cyber security
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Press Release Troff document “Experience is a good school. But the fees are high”. ENISA urges decision makers to take action before a major cyber crisis occurs in Europe
ENISA analysed the EU-level crisis management frameworks in five different sectors to make recommendations on more efficient cyber crisis cooperation and management.
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