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Incident Handling Automation
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10th CSIRTs Network meeting
The objective of the 10th CSIRTs Network meeting is to continue developing operational-cooperation capability in the EU as defined by the Network and Information Security Directive.
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Testing cooperation of EU CSIRTs Network during large-scale cyber-attacks
On 15 May 2019, the EU Agency for Cybersecurity ENISA organised and participated in CyberSOPEx2019, the second dedicated cooperation exercise of the EU CSIRTs Network (CNW).
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Incident handling training workshop by ENISA
On the 18th – 20th October 2016, ENISA organised together with the Computer Security Incident Response Team Slovakia (CSIRT.sk) and the Slovak Armed Forces a workshop on incident handling.
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Regional Cybersecurity Forum for Europe
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File PDF document Orchestration of CSIRT Tools Tools Admin
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File chemical/x-molconn-Z Stock taking of information security training needs in critical sectors - Annex B
List of trainings – based on questionnaires and desktop research
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Report/Study Reference Incident Classification Taxonomy
This taxonomy resulted from collaboration initiatives such as the annual ENISA/EC3 Workshop which involved CSIRTs, LEAs, ENISA, and EC3. Other examples include the eCSIRT.net taxonomy2 which was developed in 2003, and the eCSIRT.net mkVI taxonomy3 which is an adaptation of the original eCSIRT.net taxonomy.
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Report/Study Maturity Reference for CSIRTs – Executive Summary
The target audience for this study is primarily the middle management layer in the CSIRTs, responsible for increasing the team’s maturity. The study will help them to more easily and quickly implement real maturity improvement, following self-assessment and peer review process.
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