In 2016, ENISA organises the fourth pan-European cyber exercise, Cyber Europe 2016.
The scenario of Cyber Europe 2016 evolves around the IT, telecommunication and cybersecurity industries. The exercise includes technical incidents for the participants to analyse, ranging from forensic and malwanalysis, mobile infection, malvertisement campaigns, open source intelligence, drones, etc. The technical incidents are used to build up the situation into a crisis at different levels: local, organization, national, European. Business continuity plans are expected to be put into test.
The exercise will have two phases. In the first phase technical incidents will be released each month, via the Cyber Exercise Platform, as from April 2016. The second phase of the exercise is organised in Autumn 2016.
The exercise is organised for IT security, business continuity and crisis management teams coming from EU and EFTA Member States only.
For more information check the , watch the and check out www.cyber-europe.eu. For any other enquiry, contact c3 [at] enisa.europa.eu.