ENISA organises the first international conference on cyber crisis cooperation: cyber exercises, to be held on June 27, 2012 in Paris.
The international conference brings together a wide range of stakeholders and experts (from crisis managers, public authorities and academia) in the field of cyber crisis cooperation with special focus on the organization, planning and management of cyber exercises.
The objective of the conference is to exchange good practices in the field of international cyber crisis cooperation, specifically focusing on cyber exercises; bring together the stakeholders that organise and have experience in cyber exercises in order to explore cooperation between them and identify gaps and challenges in the field of international cyber crisis cooperation and in particularon cyber exercises.
The programme will be divided into plenary sessions with high level key note speakers and break-out sessions about specific conference themes (such as organization of cyber crisis cooperation, challenges in the field of large-scale cyber crisis cooperation, and organization of cyber exercises).
Experts are invited to submit an abstract for the call for presentations. More information about this call for presentations, the program and registration will be soon available here.
Please note that the number of participants will be strictly limited. Prior request for registration is obligatory and subject to confirmation. Only confirmed participants will be able to attend this workshop.
Questions can be addressed to: resilience [at] enisa.europa.eu