• Public Private Partnerships (PPP) - Cooperative models

    With this report, ENISA aims to analyse the current status of PPPs in the EU. The study identifies the main models of collaboration, the current challenges that both private and public sector face in the process of setting up and developing PPPs and...

    Published on February 14, 2018
  • EP3R 2009-2013 Future of NIS Public Private Cooperation.

    The EP3R (European Public-Private Partnership for Resilience) was established in 2009 and was the very first attempt at Pan-European level to use a Public-Private Partnership (PPP) to address cross-border Security and Resilience concerns in the...

    Published on April 15, 2015
  • Position Paper of the EP3R Task Forces on Incident Management and Mutual Aid Strategies (TF-MASIM)

    This document summarises the discussions that happened between April and September 2013 in the EP3R Task Force on Incident Management and Mutual Aid Strategies. The task assigned to this Task Force was to reflect on the potential issues found when a...

    Published on December 20, 2013
  • EP3R 2013 – Task Forces on Terminology Definitions and Categorisation of Assets (TF-TDCA)

    This Position Paper intends to establish the foundations of a commonly accepted and adopted methodology to define proper Terminology within EP3R, and later allow a concise Key Assets Categorisation.

    Published on December 20, 2013
  • Desktop Reserach on Public Private Partnerships

    In many Member States public and private organizations co-operate through Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) in order to address CIIP. There is no common definition of what constitutes a PPP. Diversity is valuable yet there also exists a need for...

    Published on October 01, 2011
  • Good Practice Guide on Cooperative Models for Effective PPPs

    This Good Practice Guide on Cooperative Models for Effective Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) classifies PPPs for security and resilience and reveals the main five components addressing Why, Who, How, What and When questions associated with...

    Published on October 01, 2011
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