Apart from the Cyber Europe programme, ENISA supports the planning and organisation as well participates regularly to other exercises, with various stakeholders. Below is a list of some examples from this activity.
If you are looking for support in developping your own exercise, contact c3[at]enisa.europa.eu.
IPCR Crisis Response 2014
As part of an official request, ENISA supported the design and scenario development of an Integrated Political Crisis Response (IPCR) exercise organised by the Council of the European Union in 2014. During the execution of the exercise ENISA assisted the exercise evaluation as an active observer.
CYBER2013: EUROCONTROL Crisis exercise
As part of an official request from EUROCONTROL, ENISA supported the scenario development for a crisis management exercise organised by the later in 2013. The crisis involved cyber security incidents in the systems managed by Eurocontrol and the member coutnries. During the execution of the exercise ENISA assisted the exercise monitoring and evaluation activities.
ENISA supported the European Commission (EC) internal crisis management exercise with the cyber scenario developed for Cyber Europe 2012. ENISA also assisted the European Commission’s Secretariat General with the monitoring and evaluation of the exercise.
In 2012 ENISA organised two distributed table top regional exercises, called EuroSOPEx, in order to familiarize Member States with the EU Standard Operational Procedures (EU-SOPs), as part of the preparation for Cyber Europe 2012. The first EuroSOPEx exercise was organised on 30 May 2012 with Cyprus, Estonia, Greece, Iceland and Malta. The second EuroSOPEx exercise was organised on 6 June 2012 with Belgium, Denmark, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Romania and Spain.
Cyber Atlantic 2011
The EU-US Working Group on Cybersecurity and Cyber Crime (EU-US WG) was established in the context of the EU-US summit of 20 November 2010 held in Lisbon. In order to better determine in which areas the EU and the US could cooperate, it was decided to organise a table top exercise. CYBER ATLANTIC was organised on 3 November 2011. Over 60 senior experts from 16 EU member states and the US participated.