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Dear ENISA Friends,
ENISA ‘s Resilience Program (https://www.enisa.europa.eu/act/res) would like to invite you on 29th of October in Paris to participate in a workshop on good security and resilience practices currently deployed by providers.
The workshop aims at bringing together relevant stakeholders to discuss, debate and validate ENISA’s findings, proposals for good practices, and draft guidelines.
ENISA’s findings are suggestions, recommendations and proposals from a number of key experts from European providers/operators. At the same time ENISA runs a desktop research on identifying possible good practices and guidelines that could be deployed by providers.
The targeted audience is obviously security and resilience experts from small and big providers as well as their associations.
During the workshop, several key stakeholders will present their views on the topic, namely:
- ANSSI (https://www.ssi.gouv.fr/) will present its position and views regarding Critical infrastructures and their network resilience
- ETIS (https://www.etis.org/index.asp), the Global IT association for Telecommunications, will present their approach to security and resilience measures
- EuroISPA (https://www.euroispa.org/) , pan European association of ISPs, will also present how ISPs in Europe enhance the resilience of their networks
- ETNO (https://www.etno.be/), European Telecommunications Network Operators, will present the efforts of their members to make their networks secure and resilient.
The workshop is hosted by France Telecom at their R&D premises at Issy les Moulineaux near Paris. Participation to event is free of charge but, unfortunately, space is limited (approx. 35 participants). ENISA will make sure that all requests for participation are treated in FIFO order.
More information about the workshop including updates on the agenda at: