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Cyber Europe 2016
Located in Topics / Cyber Exercises / Cyber Europe
ENISA trains Incident Handlers in Brussels
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Press Release ENISA welcomes the agreement of EU Institutions on the first EU wide cybersecurity Directive and Agency’s extended role
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Are you ready for the next cyber crisis?
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Press Release Troff document Stronger together: ENISA releases Cyber Europe 2014 After Action Report
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ENISA workshop for cyber experts: Developing EU-SOPs and Planning Cyber Europe 2016
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Report/Study Report on Cyber Crisis Cooperation and Management
This is a comparative study on the cyber crisis management and the general crisis management. The purpose of the study is twofold: to compare the concepts from general crisis management systems with the corresponding systems related to cyber crisis management, and to conduct a conceptual analysis of the language and terminology within these two fields, covering for their structures, scope and actions. The study concludes with six recommendations that would help to evolve this emerging area.
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Press Release Octet Stream Standard Operational Procedures to manage multinational cyber-crises finalised by EU, EFTA Member States and ENISA
Today, with the development of the EU-Standard Operational Procedures (EU-SOPs), a milestone has been reached for the management of multinational cyber crises. These procedures were developed by the EU and European Free Trade Association (EFTA) Member States in collaboration with the EU Agency ENISA.
Located in News / ENISA News
File ECMAScript program La UE, los Estados miembros de la AELC y ENISA finalizan los procedimientos normalizados de trabajo para la gestión de cibercrisis multinacionales
Con la conclusión de los procedimientos normalizados de trabajo de la UE (EU-SOP, por sus siglas en inglés), el día de hoy marcará un hito en la gestión de las cibercrisis multinacionales. Estos procedimientos fueron desarrollados por los Estados miembros de la UE y de la Asociación Europea de Libre Comercio (AELC) en colaboración con la agencia europea ENISA.
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